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Vicksburg Teen Killed in Crash

A teenager was killed in a car crash in Kalamazoo County

Thursday.  Kalamazoo County Sheriffs Deputies say 17-year-old Kayla Davenport was killed when her car crashed into a tree at around noon

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Plea Entered in Arson Conspiracy

A woman who conspired to have one of her rental properties in Kalamazoo burned down pleaded ‘guilty’ yesterday to the conspiracy.  Lola Atkinson entered the plea as part of a deal with prosecutors who dropped an arson charge

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Primary Election Results

Uncertified numbers are in for Tuesday’s primary election.

Proposal 1 on the statewide ballot appears likely to win approval.  The proposal will affirm the removal of the personal property tax on business

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Driver Crashes While Fleeing Gunfire

Police say a driver fleeing gunfire yesterday morning crashed into a utility pole, causing a power outage in Kalamazoo. According to Public Safety officers, someone standing along Florence Street opened fire on a car driving by at around 4am

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Deputies Search for Driver Who Fled Crash Scene

A woman was hurt in Kalamazoo County yesterday when her car was hit a by a truck, whose driver then fled the scene.  It happened at around 6:30pm at the intersection of West B Avenue and Ravine Road in Alamo Township

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Douglass Community Association Gets Help from WK Kellogg Foundation

The WK Kellogg Foundation has decided to make a large grant to support operations at a community center in Kalamazoo that has been under financial stress for the past few years.  The foundation awarded over $297-thousand dollars to the Douglass Community Association yesterday

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Teen Caught with Loaded Pistol

Police say they arrested an armed teenager in Kalamazoo last night.  Officers say they got a report about the 15-year-old walking around with a concealed pistol at around 9:45.  Police say the teen ran when officers tried to talk to him, but he was caught after he ran into a nearby home

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Credit Union Branch in Comstock Robbed Tuesday

A branch of the Kellogg Community Federal Credit Union in Comstock was held up yesterday.  Kalamazoo County Sheriff’s Deputies say the robber entered the credit union on Gull Road at around 11:45 in the morning, armed with a handgun

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Kalamazoo Police Identify Victim in Weekend Shooting

The Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety says 20-year-old Orlando David Walker was the man who was shot to death Sunday night. It happened onNorth Church Street, eastofWestnedge Avenueand south ofPaterson Street

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One Dead, One Wounded in Sunday Night Shooting in Kalamazoo

One man is dead, another is hospitalized following a shooting last night in Kalamazoo.  Police say the shots were fired during a fight among a large group of people in the area of Norway Avenue and Church Street at around 8pm

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