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  • Jumping for joy and raising money for a good cause

    GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — On Sunday, families made their way to Airtime Trampoline & Game Park to celebrate their one year anniversary in the city and to raise money for a good cause. Fun times were celebrated, but it also helped raise funds affected by Autism. “I’m glad to see they’re a local company,” said Michael Smith, of Grand Rapids. “Maybe not a locally run, but a local company — that’s able to help and contribute.” According to the Michigan […]

  • Man guilty in deadly crash asks judge if he can join Marines instead of going to prison

    CLAREMORE, Okla. – One of two brothers convicted in a deadly hit-and-run crash asked a judge if he could join the Marines Corps instead of serving jail time. Gage Shriver, now 21, Dakota Shriver, now 23, were convicted in September for the deadly crash. In 2015, Noelle New and Maranda Talley were struck by a vehicle while walking to QuikTrip, according to the Tulsa World. New died from her injuries and Talley was critically injured, but did survive. Gage Shriver […]

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  • Trial starts for man accused of killing Gaines Twp boy

    GAINES TOWNSHIP, Mich. — Jury selection began for the man charged in the death of his girlfriend’s son. Elis Ortiz is accused of killing 4-year-old Giovanni in Gaines Township back in June of this year. The boy was reportedly found unresponsive at home. He later died of bleeding and trauma to his stomach. The medical examiner ruled his death a homicide, saying Giovanni had other injuries as well. Oritz says he was just trying to relieve the child’s bloating. His […]

  • Single dad adopts 3 sons: ‘Fatherhood has brought me lots of joy’

    RICHMOND, Va. — Sometimes your future does not turn out to be exactly what you planned. “I look in the mirror all the time, and if you would have told me 10 years ago that this would happen, I wouldn’t believe you,” Barry Farmer said. “I wished to be a father, but it wasn’t going to be this soon.” Barry Farmer is a single dad, a very busy single dad. How this Richmond Schools employee came to be a father […]

  • Allegan County K9 Lajki to receive bullet and stab protective vest

    ALLEGAN, Mich. — A local police dog will now have some added protection thanks to a non-profit organization along the East Coast. Allegan County Sheriff’s Office K9 Lajki will receive a bullet and stab protective vest in the next few weeks. According to the sheriff’s office Facebook page,  Deputy Mike Martin, Lajki’s handler says “this vest will help keep Lajki safe on the job and is the first for our office; the Allegan County Sheriff’s Office is thankful for being […]

  • Contestant from South Africa wins Miss Universe

    (AP) — The woman representing South Africa has won has won the Miss Universe crown. Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters, who recently earned a business management degree, was crowned Sunday during the event that took place at The AXIS theater at Planet Hollywood casino-resort on the Las Vegas Strip. The runner-up was Miss Colombia Laura Gonzalez. The second runner-up was Miss JamaLeighica Davina Bennett. Relive our new #MissUniverse's answer to the Final Word. pic.twitter.com/czO8vgSiuU — Miss Universe (@MissUniverse) November 27, 2017 Ninety-two women […]

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  • Ice Rink

    Rosa Parks Circle Ice Rink opens Friday

    GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — Ice skating is set to return this week at Rosa Parks Circle downtown. Opening night is Friday night, November 24 at 5:00 p.m.  The rink will be open until 9:45 p.m. Admission is $1 for youth and $3 for adults.  Skate rental is free with admission. City officials say the rink will be open throughout the winter season, weather permitting. For more information click here.