Emma Nicolas, WZZM 13 On Your Side

Emma Nicolas

WZZM 13 On Your Side

Grand Rapids, MI, United States

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Past articles by Emma:

'Gives me hope' Jenison neighbors wrap around family after loss of a loved one

Thomas Huizenga died on May 11 after contracting COVID-19 in early April. → Read More

Black Wall Street Grand Rapids celebrates new business, plans for future

The grand opening of Burton Village BBQ was held on June 1, 2021 — 100 years since the Tulsa Race Massacre. → Read More

Over 21% of Kent County 12-to-15-year-olds have received first COVID-19 shot

Just under 7,500 people in the age group have gotten the first of two doses. → Read More

MSU professor chronicles stories of Japanese and Korean American atomic bomb survivors

"American Survivors: Trans-Pacific Memories of Hiroshima and Nagasaki" will be released in June. → Read More

Some West Michigan school districts upping summer school offerings

"We're thinking of a different than traditional summer school." → Read More

Mural project aims to reclaim southside Grand Rapids neighborhoods

"These artists are going to turn these walls into canvases that hold this liberated art that is hopefully designed to reclaim our neighborhoods." → Read More

Primary care doctors, pediatricians to play a role in vaccinating kids

"The most important thing we can do right now is to make vaccines available for whenever someone is ready." → Read More

Health departments, schools prep for vaccinating younger age group

Schools, doctors' offices and pharmacies will play a role in vaccinating 12- to 15-year-olds. → Read More

Health department helps Kent County high schools navigate graduation plans

"We've been going over their plans and giving them any kind of tips or advice or guidance that we can to help make the graduations as safe as possible." → Read More

GRPD used force to arrest wrong person, county commissioner says

Commissioner Robert S. Womack is calling for the charge against the man arrested to be dropped. → Read More

Organizers call on city to reject proposed budget, reduce GRPD funding

The city is set to vote on the budget on May 20. → Read More

COVID-19 vaccination efforts moving away from large scale clinics

"We're definitely going to be shifting our focus," said Marcia Mansaray, the deputy health director for Ottawa County. → Read More

City of Grand Rapids releases proposed 'continuation' budget

The budget relies on federal aid to supplement losses of income tax revenue during the pandemic, and GRPD will receive 35.8 percent of the General Fund. → Read More

Grand Rapids family searching for missing 16-year-old girl

Anyone who has any information or has seen Jareyah Caston-Mays is asked to contact GRPD. → Read More

Rockford police sued for unlawfully arresting, jailing resident after traffic stop

All the charges against 55-year-old Thurman King were later dismissed by a prosecuting attorney in the "interest of justice." → Read More

Fruit farmers 'concerned, but hopeful' ahead of freeze warning

After a difficult year of sales due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the outcome of this freeze could be "catastrophic." → Read More

GVSU hosts first on campus COVID-19 vaccine clinic

The clinic had 1,700 doses of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine available to students and staff. → Read More

Colleges, universities prepare for COVID-19 vaccination clinics

School officials in West Michigan say so far they are not planning to require the vaccine. → Read More

'Pretty serious situation': West Michigan hospitals see rapid rise in COVID patients

"It's an important message for people to recognize that this is a pretty serious situation that we're dealing with, and we all still need to be vigilant." → Read More

Study to look into allergic reactions to Pfizer, Moderna COVID-19 vaccines

Michigan Medicine researchers are helping lead the study. → Read More