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State Police Conduct Sex Offender Compliance Sweep In Kalamazoo
The MSP says that earlier this week, officers swept through Kalamazoo to verify that registered sex offenders are reporting the required information.
BB Breaks Window Of Battle Creek School Bus Tuesday
The Battle Creek Public Schools announced on their Facebook that Tuesday afternoon, a district school bus carrying students home from the Post-Franklin and Verona Elementary Schools was struck by an object, cracking a window.
Kellogg’s Honey Smacks Are Making A Comeback
The Battle Creek based corporation says Monday that Honey Smacks will return to market in "limited quantities" starting in November.
Kalamazoo Strong’s Former Director Sentenced To Probation For Embezzlement
Former Kalamazoo Strong director Rachel Kaiser was sentenced on Monday to 24-months of probation, after she pleaded guilty to using a computer to commit a crime.
State Audit: Battle Creek’s Summit Pointe Misused $19 Million Under Brinker
Under Erv Brinker, the MDHHS says that between 2007 and 2014 Summit Pointe misused up to $19 million of MDHHS funds that they received.
Attentive Neighbor Leads To Arrests In Pennfield B&E Wednesday
The Calhoun County Sheriff’s Office says that around 8:41pm Wednesday, a resident in the 100 block of Sharon Ave. in Pennfield Township called to report lights on in a neighboring house that was being renovated. Deputies arrived at the scene and entered the house, finding two suspects inside.
Man Charged With Raping Unconscious Woman Near Coldwater
29-year-old Bradley Renner is accused of having sex with the woman while she was incapacitated at least three times starting in March 2018.
The Cleanup In Bronson Park Cost Almost $17,000
All of the homeless protesters tents and items had to be removed and disposed of, with reportedly some of these items being ones that were donated by the community.
Congressional Candidate From Portage Defends His Use Of ‘M.D.’ Title
The Michigan Republican Party says that Matt Longjohn is violating the Public Health Code, which prohibits people from “inducing the belief” that they are lawfully allowed to practice medicine.
Battle Creek Unlimited Gets $150,000 To Court Drone Manufacturers
BCU says in a release that they were granted $150,000 by the Michigan Economic Development Corporation, with most of that money going towards attracting manufacturers of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles, commonly called drones.