Amir Abbas, WZZM 13 On Your Side

Amir Abbas

WZZM 13 On Your Side

Grand Rapids, MI, United States

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Past articles by Amir:

Coffee shop that employs youth with special needs planning to expand

Brody's Be Cafe is planning a sister location in the Hudsonville location. → Read More

Snow and ice are raising concerns about possible roof damage

Another round of snow is expected this week. → Read More

Local couple finds love through volleyball

Jordan was coaching at Lowell and Betsy at Hudsonville, the two connected and started dating. → Read More

Employers offering incentives for workers who receive the vaccine

Grocery store chains, fast food restaurants and department stores are offering incentives to get the shot. → Read More

Online gambling off to a big start in Michigan

Casinos are seeing new customers now that online betting is legal in Michigan. → Read More

Hispanic community says trust is being created with new administration

The new Biden Administration is already making a number of changes related to immigration policy. → Read More

Flint families say they are thankful that charges have been filed

News Flint families say they are thankful that charges have been filed Want those in charge to be held responsible FLINT, Mich. — Nikki Parent and her family lived in Flint for years. "We weren't able to shower in our son was 5 or 6 years old and he would swell up in these big huge hives," says Parent. The water situation was so bad that the family left Flint but they are still… → Read More

Local bakery suffers damage after apparent hit and run

The damage is estimated to be in the thousands and the person responsible did not come forward or even leave a note. → Read More

Local teachers begin receiving the COVID-19 vaccine

News Local teachers begin receiving the COVID-19 vaccine The process is expected to take months GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — It's been the most difficult year ever for 6th grade teacher Ali McDuffy. "Everyone has their own challenges and this year has brought along a million new challenges that no one in their life would of imagined," says McDuffy. But now there is hope because McDuffy, who teaches in… → Read More

Local coach prepares for high school football in January

South Christian has a playoff game in Edwardsburg this Saturday where the temperature is expected to be 32 degrees. → Read More

Local supporters make trip to Washington

The Muskegon County GOP organized a group of more than 100 people that also made the trip. → Read More

Local group heading to rally in Washington D.C.

More than 100 people departed from Muskegon Tuesday night, including Chuck Ritchard who is making the trip to voice his concerns about election fraud. → Read More

Grand Rapids mother mourns death of 23-year-old son

No arrests have been made yet. → Read More

Mothers group wants justice after deadly shootings in Grand Rapids

Moms on a Mission is trying to help the affected families. → Read More

No reopen date has hair salon owners frustrated

Adding to the frustration is the fact that restaurants are set to reopen. → Read More

Local leaders react to George Floyd death

"No human should be treated that way," says Owens who is now Director of the Boys & Girls Club of Grand Rapids. → Read More

Local athlete competes in ABC's Holey Moley

White says the show reached out after seeing her golf accomplishments online. → Read More

Mom delivers weed for son's cannabis business

These days cannabis is legal in Michigan and Casey is the founder of Pharmhouse Wellness the first "locally owned" medical marijuana business in Grand Rapids. → Read More

Michigan leaders are discussing vote by mail model for upcoming elections

Michigan leaders are figuring out how to hold elections safely. → Read More

Zeeland teen uses prom money to start food pantry

ZEELAND, Mich. — Zeeland East Senior Autumn Fitchett hasn't been able to see her friends for weeks. "It hurts not being able to see my friends or talk to them, it's kind of difficult," says Fitchett. Instead of being upset about life during the pandemic she wants to help those in need. "I know there's a lot of people hurting and struggling right now with the pandemic so I figured that I would… → Read More