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Trisha McCauley


Cheyenne, WY, United States

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Past articles by Trisha:

Family wants answers to fatal shooting that killed loved one outside Kalamazoo market


Most seclusion rooms are no longer in use, Allegan Public Schools says

A social media post that shows seclusion rooms at a middle school in Allegan went viral.Allegan Public Schools parent Chelsea Zoll toured L.E. White Middle Scho → Read More

Battle Creek police train using virtual reality goggles

Battle Creek police officers have a new way of training through virtual reality goggles.The technology can take officers through a mental health crisis or armed → Read More

Man with stolen gun leads deputy on chase, crashes in Van Buren County

WWMT-TV Newschannel 3 provides local news, weather forecasts, notices of events and entertainment programming for Kalamazoo, Grand Rapids, Battle Creek, South Haven, Paw Paw, Portage, Otsego, Texas Township, Oshtemo, Plainwell, Allegan, Holland, Saugatuck, Holland, Wayland, Kentwood, Middleville, Hastings, Marshall, Three Rivers, Sturgis, Constantine, Coldwater, Albion, Wyoming, Hudsonville,… → Read More

Wrong man arrested in Van Buren County fatal motorcycle crash

The wrong man was arrested in a fatal crash that killed a 27-year-old motorcyclist, state police said. → Read More

Ongoing issue: Waste services delayed in Kalamazoo neighborhoods

Yard waste services were delayed for Kalamazoo residents Wednesday, an ongoing issue neighbors said has happened multiple times throughout the summer. → Read More

Man accused of reckless driving with baby in car, girlfriend on hood faces charge

A Kalamazoo man who police said drove around Portage with his girlfriend clinging to the hood of his car faced a judge Monday. Donald Gaddie Jr. → Read More

Holland fiber internet proposal brings customers options, competition for cable companies

Holland voters will decide if they want to bring fiber broadband internet to the city in the Primary Election Aug. 2. → Read More

Silent Observer offers higher cash reward for tips, due to uptick in West Michigan crime

Silent Observer is offering more cash for tips to solve murders and other violent crimes in West Michigan. → Read More

Gov. Whitmer directs federal resources to combat gun violence

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer signed an executive directive Tuesday to reduce crime and gun violence. → Read More

Grand Rapids wedding venue under investigation for refusing to serve LGBTQ+ community

Grand Rapids is investigating The Broadway Avenue, a wedding and event venue, after reports of the venue not serving the LGBTQ+ community. → Read More

Kalamazoo summer camp aims to teach kids about gun violence

A Kalamazoo non-profit is working to educate kids in the community about gun violence through summer camps. → Read More

Psychiatric hospitals under construction in West Michigan to help with bed shortage

Southwest Michigan is making moves to tackle mental health and provide more treatment options. → Read More

Fire started by candles kills teen in Barry County house fire

A Barry County home goes up in flames, killing a 16-year-old girl on Tuesday. → Read More

Family, driver killed in head-on crash in Branch County

Car fragments, glass and skid marks is what's left of a deadly Branch County crash. Previous Coverage: Four dead in head on crash in Branch County. → Read More

Intense West Michigan heat could cause problems for your car

Intense heat across West Michigan can be too hot to handle for people, pets and even your cars. Weather Alert Days: People in West Michigan endure second day in extreme heat without power. Jake Simonds with Spike's Service in Mattawan said his team has been responding to calls for dead batteries and malfunctioning air conditioning in vehicles. “First heat wave of the year we find air of those… → Read More

Kalamazoo Central students walk out of class to demonstrate for women's rights

Kalamazoo Central High School students walked out of their classes on Tuesday afternoon to demonstrate for women's rights. Hundreds of students poured out of the school around 1:40 p. m. , dressed in pink and holding signs the support women's reproductive rights. “I’m surprised by how many people are coming," Kalamazoo Central FreshmanAnnie Alkema said. "Some of them probably don’t know what’s… → Read More

West Michigan schools re-evaluate school safety following deadly Texas school shooting

In the wake of the deadly school shooting at Robb Elementary in Uvalde, TX, West Michigan school leaders are taking a second look at school safety within their own walls. School Shooting: 21 killed in mass shooting in Texas, Michigan lawmakers reactMattawan Consolidated Schools had an increased law enforcement presence Wednesday. “On days like this you want to be out and about, have a presence,"… → Read More

Ascension Borgess to cut half of midwifery staff, nurses worry how it could impact care

Nurses at Ascension Borgess said changes are coming to the hospital's midwifery services, including staffing cuts, adjusting working hours and capping deliverers. Ascension Borgess Hospital has seven midwives on staff, that could soon be cut down to three. Borgess Nurses:Moms, nurses, and new babies: Special Mother's Day for Kzoo family on the frontlines. Midwives on staff said the hospital told… → Read More

Son shoots father in Kalamazoo and flees the scene, suspect still on the loose

The Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety said they are searching for a juvenile who shot his father Sunday evening. The son is still on the loose as of April 11, police said. Police: Kalamazoo man shot multiple times, in critical condition. The shooting was not an accident, according to police. The son and father got into an argument, then multiple shots were fired. A neighbor's surveillance… → Read More