St. Joe County Woman Wins $1 Million on Scratch Off Ticket
If you run into anyone in St. Joseph Country with a permanent grin on their face, it just might be the woman who won $1 Million Dollars on a Michigan Lottery scratch off ticket.
What Now? Legionnaires’ Disease Makes A Comeback in Michigan
As if there weren't enough things to worry about, a new Michigan Department of Health and Human Services warning says Legionnaires' Disease has been diagnosed in Southeastern Michigan.
State Issues New PFAS Warnings For Several West Michigan Rivers
The state's Department of Health and Human Services has issued a PFAS advisory for two rivers in West Michigan, urging locals to avoid foam in the water, as it potentially contains dangerous levels of PFAS.
WMU Team Wins Small Business Award; Tech For Safer Helmets
Safer football helmets and less brain injuries could be the result of a start-up company started by a WMU professor and students that has been honored as a 2019 SmartZone Best Small Business.
What'cha Gonna Do? Kalamazoo Cancels Deal With TV Show 'Cops'.
Kalamazoo City Manager Jim Ritsema issued a statement late Thursday afternoon, saying the City of Kalamazoo was cancelling an agreement to let the TV show "Cops" film in the city later this year, bowing to public pressure.
Marshall's Adam Gase Wins Power Struggle; Interim GM of NY Jets
Marshall, Michigan is worlds apart from New York City, or even East Rutherford, New Jersey. But the small town boy from little 'ol Marshall, Adam Gase, for the moment is in charge of an National Football League franchise in the the largest market in the country.
You Only Have One More Day To Help Pick Movie For 'The Big House'
It may not be the greatest place to do this, given the lack of comfort, but it sure is a fun exercise just the same. The folks at the U of M are going to be a showing a movie at the Big House. They want your help in selecting that movie.
U of M's Beilein Takes The Money And Heads To NBA, Cleveland Cavs
It probably came as a shocker to most Michigan fans this morning, but University of Michigan basketball coach John Beilein is leaving the program to coach the NBA's Cleveland Cavaliers.
Kalamazoo Promise Expands Into Skilled Trades
The Kalamazoo Promise has taken another step in making it "the gift that keeps on giving". The Kalamazoo Promise organization says it has "signed an agreement with the state’s largest skilled trades union - the Michigan Regional Council of Carpenters and Millwrights (MRCC) …
Not Just 'Swiggin' A Beer, New Bell's Series Inspired By Whitman
One thing the craft beer revolution has done, for better or worse in some people's opinion, is that it's raised beer drinking to a classier, or some might say, pretentious level. Now, while Bud Light commercials can make fun of that, you can't deny craft beer has changed the beer indu…
Kalamazoo School Superintendent Rice To Be Named To State Post
MLive is reporting that Dr. Michael Rice, the current superintendent of schools in Kalamazoo, will be named to the state position, after a contract is negotiated.
Best Musical Mt. Rushmore? New Jersey? No, It's Gotta Be Michigan
New Jersey? New Jersey? No. Another heated battle is taking place on social media. It's a variation of the GOAT battles. For those of you playing catch up, GOAT stands for Greatest of All Time. The arguments have no morphed into Mt. Rushmores. (Four GOATS) And here's the one going at the m…
WMU Alum Lucas-Perry Wins Off Broadway Acting Award
Lucas-Perry won The Lucille Lortel Award for Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play. for her performance in Ain't No Mo'
Kalamazoo's Jordan Klepper's New TV Show Debuts Thursday
Kalamazoo Central's and Western Michigan University's Jordan Klepper gets another shot at TV immortality, when his new TV show debuts Thursday evening at 10:30pm on Comedy Central.
These Borgess Run Signs of Encouragement Will Make You Laugh
Right near the Nazareth campus are these sign of encouragement for runners participating in the Borgess Run on Sunday...they made me laugh. Hopefully they will make you and the runners laugh, too.