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Hepatitis A Vaccines Recommended For Popular Ren Fair Atendees
The Oakland County Health Division says that they have learned that a person who went to the Michigan Renaissance Festival in Holly, MI on September 1 had a confirmed case of hepatitis A.
Some Cold Drugs Could Be Prescription Only In Michigan Under New Bills
Three Michigan House bills would add drugs containing ephedrine and pseudoephedrine to the definition of “prescription drugs” in Michigan law.
Kalamazoo River In Battle Creek Tests High For Certain PFAS
While the cause of these high levels isn’t yet confirmed, DEQ spokespeople say that there is a “correlation” between the PFOS and the use of firefighting foams at the Battle Creek Air National Guard Base.
Battle Creek Man Arrested After Leading Police On Lengthy Chase
The chase began when Battle Creek Police Officers were involved in pursuing a vehicle in the area of Goodale Ave. near Washington. Officers called off the chase eventually, but it was believed the vehicle was still in the area.
Kalamazoo NAACP Leader’s Home Raided In Sex Crime Investigation
The Michigan State Police were at the Rev. Strick Strickland’s home for several hours Thursday, as they executed a search warrant at the residence on Prairie Ave. Authorities say that they are investigating allegations from more than one victim on charges of criminal sexual conduct and pander…
‘Do Not Eat’ ANY Kellogg’s Honey Smacks, CDC Still Recommends
The CDC recommends that you "Do not eat Kellogg's Honey Smacks cereal of any size package or with any 'best used by' date." They warn against buying the cereal.
Michigan Meth Ring Busted, 18 Charged In Year Long Investigation
Authorities say that the ring was in charge of a scheme to distribute and sell meth in west Michigan, and nearly 17 pounds of meth and five firearms have been seized as a result.
Albion College Returning Rare Idol To Southwestern US Tribe
The Ahayuda was donated to Albion College in 1973, and it's not known how the donor came across the item. However, at that time and decades before it, it was a somewhat common practice to take items off of Native American Reservations.
Testing Shows PFAS Levels In Parchment Water Dropping Dramatically
It looks like the chemical contamination problem in Parchment’s water system could be improving.
Shwe Mandalay Is Now Open In Battle Creek [PHOTOS]
Last October Amanda Sunthang and Jennifer Cole won Battle Creek's Startup Fest, and would be bringing Burmese cuisine to Battle Creek. They are now open for business.