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Ingham County Judge removed from bench - Nettles-Nickerson ordered to pay $12,000 toward costs of case

Beverley Nettles-Nickerson on Friday became the 11th Michigan judge removed from office since the 1968 inception of the Michigan Judicial Tenure Commission.

9:00 AM, Jun 14, 2008

Boy Scouts salute in memory of 9/11

Today, Americans are commemorating the 12th anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks with memorial ceremonies across the country.

1:25 PM, Sep 11, 2013

'Extreme Home' family, one year later

One year after the ABC television show "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" gave the Nickless family a new house - and thrust them into the limelight - reality has returned.

2:58 PM, Oct 11, 2009

Why is O negative blood so special

"Their blood cells can be given to anyone." LeeAnn Weitekamp is the Medical Director for MI Blood

3:49 PM, May 28, 2013

Lauren Stanton

Lauren Stanton joined WZZM 13 in the Spring of 2000.

12:54 PM, Apr 12, 2013

Blackberry Smoke on Take Five

Charlie Starr from Blackberry Smoke talks about their new album.

11:08 AM, Jan 3, 2013

Stephanie Webb

Stephanie Webb is the Entertainment Reporter and film critic for WZZM 13.

2:04 PM, Feb 14, 2013

Made in Michigan: Amway

The Ada-based company was founded in 1959 by Jay Van Andel and Rich DeVos.  Over the decades it has grown into one of the world's largest direct selling companies.

3:53 PM, Jul 10, 2012

Peter Ross

Peter Ross is WZZM 13's Senior Reporter. He has been reporting and anchoring at WZZM 13 since 1986.

1:06 PM, Apr 12, 2013

The colder the better: Benefits of cold-water swimming

They've been cold water swimming in eastern Europe and the Netherlands for a thousand years. What could they possibly find so alluring about ice cold water in the middle of winter?

6:06 PM, Feb 3, 2012

Study: Spanking may not be all bad for children

 Many experts advise against physical discipline, but Calvin College Psychology professor Marjorie Gunnoe says her research shows spanking may not be all bad.

2:37 PM, Jan 6, 2010

Sex, TV, & Sports ... Hot Topics with Moms!

See what local moms are talking about on www.momslikeme.com

 

9:37 AM, Jun 21, 2011

Weird 'shoe tree' in northern Michigan

I was on my way up M-33 for a video column I'm working on in Alpena when, just a couple miles past the town of Fairview north of Mio, I spotted a bizarre collection of shoes tossed in the branches of a tree.

10:58 AM, May 1, 2008

Student charged with drunk driving after deadly crash

A Wyoming Park High School student faces up to 15 years in prison after crashing a car - killing two of his fellow classmates.

11:32 AM, May 22, 2012

Hijacked Jesus statue returned to owner

OAKFIELD TOWNSHIP - A Kent County woman says a treasured family heirloom has been returned after it was hijacked amid allegations she doesn't clean up after her dogs.

8:20 AM, Jan 21, 2008

MSU Cheerleader from Twin Lake taken off on stretcher

Taylor Young, the Michigan State cheerleader who took a hard spill during MSU's basketball win Wednesday at Breslin Center, is fine and out of the hospital.

12:58 PM, Dec 1, 2011

Does the IRS owe you money? Here is the complete list of Michiganders

Here's the list of 1,843 Michiganders who are owed tax refunds from the federal government, but the post office has returned their checks as undeliverable to the Internal Revenue Service

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