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Woman Stabbed In Kalamazoo Township Sunday

A woman is in the hospital being treated for multiple stab wounds after being attacked during an argument last night.

Kalamazoo Township Police say the woman was found with non-life threatening injuries when they responded to the LakeView Apartments shortly after 7pm

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Fatal Fire Investigated

A fatal fire in Kalamazoo Saturday has been deemed as suspicious in nature.

Firefighters responded to the Clayborne Court Apartments just before 8:30 that night and quickly put out a fire in a bedroom in one of the units

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Police Say Driver In Train Collision Went Around Barrier

Authorities say it appears that the van that was hit by an Amtrak in the Kalamazoo area yesterday had been driven around the crossing gates, leading up to the collision and the deaths of the three people inside

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Perjury Trial Delayed For Former Reserve Police Officer

The trial for a former police officer accused of lying to investigators probing the November 2007 slaying of an 11-year-old girl has been delayed.

47-year old Raymond McCann of Three Rivers is a former Constantine police reserve officer charged with lying in testimony related to the unsolved 2007 homicide of Jodi Parrack

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Kalamazoo Man Sentenced In Murder Case

An 18-year-old Kalamazoo man will serve at least 30 years in prison for his involvement in a gang fight that claimed the life of a middle school student.

Rashad Perez was sentenced to 30 to 60 years in prison for the May 26 shooting death of 13-year-old Michael Day

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Kalamazoo Woman Found Safe

Kalamazoo Police say a woman suffering from mental illness who went missing Sunday has returned home.

30-year-old Alexis Anderson walked away from her home on Reed Avenue yesterday morning, barefoot and not dressed for the weather

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Brian Pierce is the owner and head brewer of Brite Eyes Brewing Co. in Kalamazoo. Credit: Kayla Kiley/Townsquare Media
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New Kalamazoo Brewery: Brite Eyes Brewing Co. Talks Soft Opening

Almost every homebrewer wants his own brewery.

 

And for Brian Pierce, that dream is becoming a reality.

 

Joining a growing list of Kalamazoo breweries, Brian and his wife Shelby are opening Brite Eyes Brewing Co.

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Man Charged In Halloween Stabbing

A man has been charged with attempted murder, following a stabbing which occurred at a Halloween party in Kalamazoo. 19 year-old Drew Liggett was arraigned Wednesday in Kalamazoo County District Court

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Plow Blade Theft Investigated

Sheriff’s Deputies in Kalamazoo County are searching for whoever stole Comstock’s plow blades.

Township officials say thieves made off with all three of the plow blades from their facility on East Main just before Halloween

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Kalamazoo Man Killed In Weekend Shooting

Police are still trying to identify a suspect in a shooting Saturday in Kalamazoo that left one dead.

Officers responded to gunfire at a home on Inverness Lane Saturday morning at around 2:30.

The victim, a 21-year-old man, was found at the scene and taken to the hospital where he died

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