New Skyscraper In Kalamazoo Will Hide Familiar Landmark
The black and yellow sign bearing the name "The Kalamazoo Building" has greeted those coming into downtown from the west since the 1940s.
Rare Kalamazoo County Earthquake Happened Three Years Ago Today
Where were you when the Kalamazoo County earthquake happened? Share your story with us!
Social Media Action Gets Kalamazoo River Boat Launch Reopened
Troubling fish disposal along the banks of the Kalamazoo River appears to have been resolved.
Perfection For Post Balloon Club’s Historic Luau Event
It was the 33rd anniversary of the club and Jaques believes his late father David, the original club president, was watching from above as months of planning coalesced for the group.
Why Is A Kalamazoo Fisherman Leaving Dozens Of Dead Carp?
A popular boat launch into the Kalamazoo River near downtown Kalamazoo has been closed temporarily.
A ‘Pure’ History Of Michigan Tourism Campaigns
Long before the current and very successful Pure Michigan tourism advertising campaign, Michigan touted its tourism opportunities with other campaigns you might remember.
Over 250,000 Still Without Power In Michigan From Spring Snow Storm
Crews are working to restore power to hundreds of thousands of Michigan customers who lost power during a weekend winter storm.
Dismantling Of Fountain At Kalamazoo’s Bronson Park Begins
In March, Kalamazoo Commissioners voted to remove the controversial Fountain of the Pioneers
Blasphemy or Savage? Tigers announcer does a big no-no in Chicago
Kirk Gibson defiantly eats Chicago hot dog smothered in ketchup during live broadcast between the Tigers and White Sox.
Top 5 Pro Sports Teams From Michigan That No Longer Exist
Dozens of professional sports teams have come and gone in Michigan and this is a countdown offering the top five defunct pro sports teams based on success and significance.