Water Discoloration Could Be Coming Due To Maintenance
Battle Creek residents throughout town might need to flush their pipes before using them over the next few days. Click through for a complete list of streets.
Demolition Begins On Battle Creek Michigan State Police Post
The City of Battle Creek has now begun to destroy the old Michigan State Police Post on Columbia Ave. and LaVista Blvd. Click through to see photos.
Marshall Teacher Accused Of Sexually Assaulting Student Tuesday
The 33-year-old Battle Creek man was interviewed by authorities, and subsequently arrested; charges are being sought for criminal sexual conduct.
Bank Robbery Suspects Escape In Kalamazoo Tuesday
Investigation shows that two men entered the bank, handed the teller a note demanding money, and then left with an unknown amount of cash.
Trade Deficit Explained
The US trade deficit continues to skyrocket since 1990 and NAFTA.
Miles for Memories Moment: Struggles with time and place
One of the struggles of those dealing with memory loss and Alzheimer's is the loss of a sense of time. The message for caregivers and family is to try and not get frustrated. It's not uncommon for someone afflicted to constantly ask what time it is...
Wiggly Tail Wednesday: Zoey
Zoey is a wire haired chihuahua mix, and one of the sweetest little radio guests we've had on Wiggly Tail Wednesday. She's had a couple of issues with a leg fracture and Achilles injury but she's on the mend and doing just fine. Zoey, a few months old, transferred into Bat…
Stolen Gun Recovered In Kalamazoo Traffic Stop
A joint operation between the Michigan Department of Corrections and the Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety turned up a stolen handgun and led to an arrest.
State Says Battle Creek, Marshall Are Underfunding Retirements
The Michigan Department of Treasury says that out of 490 local government units, 110 in the state are underfunding their retiree pensions or healthcare plans.
Battle Creek School District Teachers Can Get Help Buying Homes
The program will allow district teachers and administrators to receive up to $10,000 in financial assistance towards buying a new home in the district.
Civil Asset Forfeiture To Be Overhauled Under Michigan Bills
A package of bills designed to reform Michigan’s Civil Asset Forfeiture procedure has now been introduced in the Michigan House of Representatives.
Albion City Manager Sheryl Mitchell Resigns, Again
Albion City Manager Sheryl Mitchell released her resignation letter over the weekend; she did not give a reason for leaving.
Nico's Movie Review: 'A Wrinkle In Time' Is A Great Kid's Movie
In my opinion, children need movies like this, because they do have valuable lessons to teach about things like self-confidence and hope.
Kalamazoo Teens Arrested After Stolen Car Crashes Into Tree
The Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety says they were called to the corner of Washington and Race around 1am March 9, after a car had crashed into a tree.
Calhoun County Jury Finds Man Guilty In Chase That Ended In Crash
Police say Rayjahn Heltzel had been shoplifting from the Meijer store on Beckley Rd. with another man in November 2016; then fled in a minivan from police.
FireHub Expands into Horrock's
The Fire Hub is now selling various bakery products at Horrock's, including artisan breads, cakes, and cookies.
Wiggly Tail Wednesday: Meet Bruce
Bruce is about 4 months old and a mix of Black Labrador and possibly shepherd or chow. Bruce and his siblings, 12 in all, were born at the Humane Society. His mom, Sidney, was in pretty rough shape. They all suffered from a fungal infection, but all are well now...
Battle Creek Teen Sues Dick's Sporting Goods Over Gun Policy
18-year-old Battle Creek High Schooler Tristin Fulton attempted to buy a gun this week from a Dick’s store in Troy, but he was refused due to a new policy.
Battle Creek Holds More Public Hearings On Transit Improvements
The City says that the meetings will allow those who currently use the Battle Creek Transit, as well as those who don’t, to take a look at potential changes.
Dispute Over Child Leads to Three Arrests In Battle Creek
Police were first contacted early Wednesday morning, after a woman said the father of her child had come to Georgia, taken the child, and returned to Michigan.