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  • Man sought for morning robbery at PNC Bank in Kalamazoo County

    KALAMAZOO COUNTY, Mich. — Police are investigating a Saturday morning bank robbery at a PNC Bank. The robbery occurred at the PNC Bank at 5299 W. Main St. in Oshtemo Township. The location is known as the PNC West Side Branch, is located just west of the city of Kalamazoo and has been in operation since 1970. The Kalamazoo County Sheriff’s Department and the FBI said that at about 10 a.m. Saturday an unknown black male walked into the bank […]

  • Ford aircraft carrier sailors visiting vets at Mary Free Bed today

    GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — U.S. Navy sailors from the USS Gerald R. Ford aircraft carrier are paying a special visit to the Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital on Saturday afternoon. On Sunday, the aircraft carrier’s crew members will be part of a private ceremony honoring the 106th birthday of President Gerald Ford of Grand Rapids. They came to town early as part of a very important mission, however. Beginning at 2 p.m. Saturday, the crew will meet with military veterans […]

  • Indiana rallies past 6th-ranked Michigan State 63-62

    BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — The Indiana Hoosiers came back from trailing by 12 points in the second half to knock off No. 6-rated Michigan State 63-62 at Assembly Hall on Saturday afternoon. The Spartans had two tries at game-winning shots as time elapsed but were unable to get the job done. Michigan State came in with records of 23-5 overall and perched atop the Big Ten Conference with a 14-3 mark, while Indiana was 14-14 overall and 5-12 in league play. […]

  • Armed robberies at 2 Grand Rapids restaurants

    GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — Restaurants were the scene of two armed robberies Friday night. According to the Grand Rapids Police Department, no suspects are in custody and nobody was injured at either location. The first occurred shortly after 10 p.m. at the Olive Garden at 3883 28th St. SE. A suspect pulled a handgun in the manager’s office, got some money and fled out a back door. At about the same time, the second robbery took place at the Popeye’s […]

  • Police: Missing Berrien County woman found safe

    BUCHANAN, Mich. — The Berrien County Sheriff’s Office says a 55-year-old woman from Buchanan who was reported missing Friday has been found safe. The Sheriff’s Office says in a Facebook post Elizabeth Drew was located in Buchanan, and then taken to a hospital for unspecified treatment. Drew had last been seen Friday in the 100 block of Detroit Street in Buchanan.      

  • Skateboarder hit by minivan on Division underneath M-6

    KENT COUNTY, Mich. — A minivan struck a man riding a skateboard on South Division Avenue underneath M-6 on Saturday afternoon. According to the Cutlerville Fire Department, the victim was an adult male in his mid-20s. The Kent County Sheriff 911 Dispatch Center called the crash “serious.” Three lanes of Division were closed down afterward while the Kent County Sheriff’s Department investigated the scene. Both northbound and southbound Division were affected. Motorists were asked to avoid the area. According to […]

  • Traffic signal damaged, 4-way stop at East Kentwood HS

    KENTWOOD, Mich. — A traffic signal was damaged and a temporary four-way stop has been put into place at the entrance to East Kentwood High School on Kalamazoo Avenue. The Kent County Road Commission made that announcement Sunday morning. The signal is located on Kalamazoo Avenue at the intersection with Eastport Drive and Auditorium Drive, which is the entrance to the school. Deputies directing traffic tell FOX 17 that a car ran into a pole and took out a guy […]

  • FOX 17 back on after having transmitter difficulties

    GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — Shortly after 1 p.m. Saturday FOX 17 began experiencing difficulties with its transmitter. The station went off the air for a short time. Engineers began working on the problem, had it fixed soon and FOX 17’s on-air signal was restored.

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    Battle Creek cancels another Boil Water Advisory

    BATTLE CREEK, Mich. — The city of Battle Creek has canceled its latest Boil Water Advisory. The alert was issued Thursday morning and was rescinded at 10:49 a.m. Sunday. It involved the following three areas: Walter Avenue between Washington Avenue and Hanover Street Buckeye Street between Emmett Street and Walter Avenue Hanover Street between Emmett Street and Walter Avenue According to the city of Battle Creek, it has determined it is no longer necessary to use bottled water or boil […]

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