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"Their blood cells can be given to anyone." LeeAnn Weitekamp is the Medical Director for MI Blood
The group used pink umbrellas to create a 'ribbon of hope' in Ah Nab Awen park. It was one of two events Spectrum Health held Monday for Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
For the past dozen years, Associated Community Services has put its banks of script-reading phone solicitors to work for the veterans group, dialing into homes and convincing people to give up their credit card number and make a donation.
Charlotte Ponce is slowly becoming the little girl she always dreamed she would be.
WZZM hired a licensed private investigator to go beyond what our reporters were doing. We are not identifying her so as to not jeopardize her work.
A 19-year old man and his pregnant wife face charges in connection with the shooting death of a Michigan State Police trooper, according to a family member.
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John Knysz, the father of Eric Knysz, who is suspected of killing a Michigan State Police trooper, spoke with WZZM 13 News Tuesday.
Kim Covington was an anchor and reporter at WZZM from 1998 to January of 2005.
Charlotte Ponce, now 10, was mauled by the family's pet raccoon when she was three months old. She was living in Ravenna at the time. Ponce underwent surgery last week at Beaumont Hospital near Detroit.
A shipwreck researcher claims to have solved a mystery surrounding a tragic plane crash nearly 60 years ago.
Two months after she moved a second hand couch into her bedroom, A Grand Rapids woman discovered a boa constrictor was living under the cushions.
It sounds like science fiction, but the first surgeries to implant a type of bionic eye into patients have happened here in Michigan.
A federal judge today sentenced Krista Watson, the widow of CyberNet founder Barton Watson, to seven years in prison and ordered her to pay $73 million in restitution for her role in the company's fraud case.
Prosecutors accuse the former police chief and five detectives in Romulus of using money seized in drug cases to pay for prostitutes, alcohol and marijuana.
While Michigan's first sextuplets remain on life support in critical condition tonight, their parents and medical team explain how they're taking care of them.Doctors say
Aaron travels to the Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park in Kentwood.
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.