Meghan Bunchman, WZZM 13 On Your Side

Meghan Bunchman

WZZM 13 On Your Side

Grand Rapids, MI, United States

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Past articles by Meghan Anne:

Grandville police warn of email scam

The scam was reported by a person who claimed to have received an email earlier this month with the subject heading of "your fine for speeding." → Read More

Teen gets up to 100 years prison in road-rage killing

The 64-year-old retiree that he beat died nearly five weeks later. → Read More

Family Fitness issues aren't new: Dozens share struggles with gym

Following Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette's warning Wednesday to Family Fitness, dozens of people have posted to WZZM 13's Facebook page sharing their own struggle with the popular West Michigan gym. → Read More

M-6 Detours: How to get around

WZZM 13 tested out alternative driving routes ahead of Saturday's closure of eastbound Michigan 6 between Interstate 196 and Wilson Avenue. → Read More

Newaygo County under flood warning through the weekend

Muskegon River is expected to hit flood stage in Newaygo County by the end of Friday, causing the National Weather Service to issue a flood warning for the weekend. → Read More

Comstock community says goodbye to Chief Ed Switalski

Hundreds of first responders attended the funeral Wednesday of Comstock Fire Chief Ed Switalski after the 38-year veteran was struck by a vehicle and killed while responding to a call one week ago . → Read More

Officials warn of water dangers as summer heats up

As many families return to the water this summer, officials warn swimmers to be prepared. → Read More

Body of Grand Rapids soldier returns home

The body of Army Sgt. Terrence Hinton returned Tuesday to Grand Rapids, following a training accident on May 14 in Hawaii. → Read More

Vietnam War memorial unveiled in Belding

Vietnam War memorial unveiled in Belding. → Read More

Two Grand Rapids Public School teachers accused of misconduct

With just weeks left in the academic school year, Grand Rapids Public School District is facing multiple allegations from parents with special needs children. → Read More

Grand Rapids city officials reject resolution on 'heads up' prior to protests

In a unanimous vote, the city commission rejected a resolution Tuesday, May 23, which would have required protest groups of 50 or more people to inform the city of their event prior to its start date. → Read More

Ford Airport emergency crews practice fiery crash response

Every three years airports must conduct an emergency drill that simulates a fiery plan crash to test first responders during a time crisis. → Read More

Health department temporarily halts Muskegon blood drive over permit issue

Every year during National Police Week, retired detective Brian Harris holds a blood drive for local first responders. → Read More

Locals identify dozens of unmarked graves in Muskegon

The Muskegon County Genealogical Society identified dozens of unmarked graves Friday at Shady Rest Cemetery located off Quarterline Road. → Read More

Charred barn still stands as deputies continue to investigate horse fire

It's been nearly three weeks since a barn filled with 13 horses burned down and yet the charred structure still stands as Kent County deputies continue to investigate who is responsible for this tragedy. → Read More

13-point response to Grand Rapids traffic stop study rejected by commission

Grand Rapids City Manager Greg Sundstrom proposed a 13-point action plan Tuesday, April 25, in response to a study that found racial disparities in traffic stops . → Read More

Study: Meijer Gardens generates $75.2M economic impact

A new study by Grand Valley State University found Frederik Meijer Gardens and Sculpture Park has a $75.2 million economic impact annually for Kent County. → Read More

1 Kelloggsville student hurt, 1 suspended after 'verbal altercation'

Wyoming police and Kelloggsville officials are investigating an altercation that happened between two students Monday, April 17. → Read More

1 Kelloggsville student hurt, 1 suspended after 'verbal altercation'

Wyoming police and Kelloggsville officials are investigating an altercation that happened between two students Monday, April 17. → Read More

Judge: Some of Jason Dalton's interviews allowed in court

Some statements made by accused killer Jason Dalton following a February 2016 shooting in Kalamazoo that killed six, injured two will be allowed in court. → Read More