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"Their blood cells can be given to anyone." LeeAnn Weitekamp is the Medical Director for MI Blood
It was in business for more than three decades, but now a Douglas restaurant has been shut down because of numerous health code violations.
USA Today has picked the nominees for High School Football Play of the Week and West Michigan is represented again.
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.
Two people are dead, one person is hurt, and one person is missing after a chain of crashes on I-196 overnight.
Lauren Stanton joined WZZM 13 in the Spring of 2000.
For nearly 150 years, an urban legend has been shared in a West Michigan community.
Thanks to the generosity of two WZZM 13 viewers, Tony Bailey will be able to attend his daughter's funeral on Friday.
Joel Leija, Jr., 20, was arrested on Tuesday, March 22, with the assistance of Wyoming Police on Burton Street SW near Clyde Park.
Underneath West Michigan's conservative exterior, a subculture is redefining commitment for themselves.
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.
Only 85 minutes after reports Saturday evening of an empty vehicle on the Blue Water Bridge, the U.S. Coast Guard found a 64-year-old Troy man floating in the St. Clair River.
Jenn Gibbons rowed in to Chicago Tuesday to complete her journey. She says she was raped six weeks ago, while sleeping on her boat near Manistique in the Upper Peninsula.
Between 1967 and 1987, the Weatherball was perched on top of the Michigan National Bank building in downtown Grand Rapids.
Two drivers are dead after a road rage incident escalated into a shootout. The incident happened around 7 p.m. Wednesday on M-66 near Steele Street.
Tahj Mowry talks about his famous sisters and his new show on ABC Family.
The Kent County Prosecutor has decided that a Grand Rapids Police Office who shot and killed a man during a traffic stop will not face any charges.