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Kellogg Community College hosts first regional police academy amid officer shortage

The shortage of law enorcement officers nationwide has departments in west michigan trying to find solutions and new ways to recuit talent. → Read More

Kalamazoo company provides onsite child care for employees amid daycare shortage

andrew lee –kalsec, inc. Employee and farmhouse parent (clip 536_4797) 10:16:16 it was very difficult to find quality daycare at a reasonable price. → Read More

Lyme disease cases on the rise in the U.S, healthcare professionals say

Lyme disease is the most common tickborne disease in the United States and cases were rising not only across the nation, but here in west michigan too. → Read More

Large fire shuts down Miller Road in Kalamazoo

Miller Road is closed between Emerald Drive and Millcork Street due to a large fire, according to the Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety. → Read More

Great Lakes Burn Camp for Kids returns with parade escort

A special summer camp returned to west michigan for the first time since the covid-19 pandemic. → Read More

Primary Election: The candidates battling to face Governor Whitmer in November

The primary election took place Tuesday, August 2, 2022. Polls opened at 7 a. m. Voters could cast their vote in person at their local polling place until 8 p. → Read More

Three people in custody after shots fired in Albion

Three people were in custody after a shooting in calhoun county. The albion department of public safety says it happened on miller drive last night. → Read More

What's on the ballot: Calhoun County 911 Millage

The primary election was just a week away and we’re bringing you all the information you need to know before you head to the polls. → Read More

Clean up effort underway after storms sweep through West Michigan

The clean up effort is underway Sunday after severe storms ripped through west michigan overnight knocking out power and leaving behind damage. → Read More

Voter deadlines approach with primary election nearly two weeks away

Michigan's primary election is August 2, 2022 and Monday was the last day to register to vote online. → Read More

Community pays final respects at Wall That Heals closing ceremony

the community pays their final respects during the “wall that heals” closing ceremony in battle creek sunday. → Read More

Allegan county teen missing for 50 years, loved ones still seeking answers

Tuesday marked 50 years since a 15-year-old girl disappeared in allegan county without a trace. → Read More

Teen car thieves target KIA and Hyundai models

A dangerous nationwide trend made its way to West Michigan. → Read More

Parents of woman killed in hit and run speak out

A woman was arrested in connection to a deadly hit and run of a woman in Barry Township last month. Police said 31-year-old Alexandra Palmer hit and killed 21-year-old Mica LeBeau with her car. LeBeau was walking home around 1 a. m. on May 8, 2022 when she was struck by a car on Delton road near Grove street in Barry Township, according to investigators. She was pronounced dead at the scene. → Read More

People in West Michigan endure second day in extreme heat without power

For the second day in a row, people in West Michigan woke up without power and without air conditioning. Severe storms swept through the area Monday night knocking down trees and power lines. The storm came in just before temperatures peaked dangerously high Tuesday and Wednesday. Van Buren county was one of the hardest hit areas. Severe storms:Van Buren County residents brave heat to clean up… → Read More

Battle Creek Police search for vandals, school property tagged with vulgar graffiti

Battle Creek police are looking for vandals who targeted a school district’s building and sports field. The Lakeview Youth Association (LYA) in Battle Creek is a non-profit that provides sports leagues for area kids. The organization was gearing up for a baseball game Saturday morning when they discovered inappropriate graffiti on their little league baseball fields. Battle Creek:World's Longest… → Read More

World's Longest Breakfast Table returns to Battle Creek

The World's Largest Breakfast table was set to return to the Cereal City on June 11, 2022 after a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The National Cereal Festival is held in downtown Battle Creek on McCamly street from 8 a. m. to 12 p. m. The event happens every year to celebrate Battle Creek's history as the birthplace of cereal, a tradition has been going on for over 50 years. The… → Read More

Pfizer Kalamazoo facility to produce oral COVID-19 treatment, create hundreds of jobs

Pfizer will make history as the first U. S based manufacturing facility to support the production of the oral COVID-19 treatment, Paxlovid. On Monday, the company will hold a news conference to announce a multi-million dollar investment to expand the Kalamazoo County location to increase their capability to manufacture Paxlovid. Several Michigan elected officials are expected to attend the… → Read More

Kalamazoo's annual Do-Dah parade returns with a new route

The annual Do-Dah Parade returns to downtown Kalamazoo Saturday, June 4, 2022. News Channel 3 is a proud sponsor of the Do-Dah parade. Weekend events:Kalamazoo Institute of Arts Fair is back at Bronson Park celebrating 71 yearsThe parade will kick off at 11 a. m. on Jasper and Portage streets and floats will follow a new route through downtown. The map shows the route for the 2022 Do-Dah Parade… → Read More

WATCH LIVE: Protests in Grand Rapids continue for Patrick Lyoya

Protestors marched through downtown Grand Rapids again Saturday to protest the deadly shooting of 26-year-old Patrick Lyoya. Lyoya was shot and killed by a Grand Rapids police officer on April 4. Mobile users click here to watch the stream. Title: Patrick Lyoya Protest. Start time: 04/16/2022 05:10:29 PM. End time: 04/19/2022 05:10:29 PM. The protest Saturday began at 5 p. m. at the corner of… → Read More