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"Their blood cells can be given to anyone." LeeAnn Weitekamp is the Medical Director for MI Blood
Tim woke up in the hospital. He couldn't move. His family told him they'd asked the doctors to bring him out of a drug-induced coma. They had terrible news - and a horrific question to ask.
Calvin College freshman Carissa Verkaik broke a 14-year old MIAA single game scoring record Wednesday night.
A Wyoming Park High School student faces up to 15 years in prison after crashing a car - killing two of his fellow classmates.
Police say two officers were assigned one of the department's new Ford Explorer patrol vehicles because of poor road conditions on side streets.
"It's worked out very, very well. There hasn't been a gun shop in Holland City proper for 20 years."
You may not think that West Michigan is a hot spot for sex trafficking. But a national organization finds Michigan's women, girls and young boys are at risk.
Fred Trost, longtime host of the popular hunting and fishing show, "Michigan Outdoors," died Wednesday.
Justin Stephens, 21, was sentenced Tuesday for the death of Bernita "Billie" Cunningham. A jury found Stephens guilty of first-degree murder during a trial in May.
At the time, it was considered America's worst commercial aviation disaster. Today, it remains one of our country's most mysterious plan crashes.
Underneath West Michigan's conservative exterior, a subculture is redefining commitment for themselves.
You still have two days left to take advantage of the "Pink Days" promotion at Michigan's Adventure.
There are no prerequisites for this job; all you need is a marker, some cardboard, and an idea for a slogan to really sell your story.
Lauren Stanton joined WZZM 13 in the Spring of 2000.
Late June means many things: Long days, summer fun, and dive bombing red winged blackbirds.
The drumbeat of calls for Republican National Committee member Dave Agema to resign over controversial comments and postings made on Facebook got louder today, with the RNC set to meet in the nation's capital on Wednesday.
While thousands of people packed downtown to say farewell to former First Lady Betty Ford this week, many of them were met with a most unexpected surprise.
Ready to splish, splash and swim?
Grand Rapids is opening three city pools starting Monday.