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Legal Limit for THC in Michigan Drivers? Proposed Bill Says “Yes”
A newly proposed bill would set a legal limit for THC in a driver's system in Michigan. However, community members and experts have serious concerns.
Public’s Help Needed in Month Old Portage Road Rage Crash
Portage PD need your help identifying the driver responsible for a road rage incident that led to a rollover crash involving a mother and young child
Your Kids will Love These Free Little Libraries in Kalamazoo
Another little, free, library popped up in Kalamazoo. Perfect for the kids!
Happening Soon in Kalamazoo: A Walk for Hot Dogs and a Good Cause
Today I learned that Hot Dog Walks exist and it's happening soon right here in Kalamazoo
Michigan Offering a ‘Return to Work’ Grant of $1k to Unemployed
As part of a much larger relief bill, Michigan may be offering grants of up to $1,000 for those who rejoin the workforce
Kzoo College Named ‘Best Value’ for Education, 1 of 5 in Michigan
Kalamazoo College has been named a "Best Value" school for 2021, one of only 5 schools in Michigan to be recognized as such.
Tick Season has Arrived, Michigan. Here’s How to Protect the Pets
Some locals have been expressing their concern for the active tick season. So, here's a list of tips and tricks to keep your pets tick free all season.
Vacant No More! Kalamazoo’s Mill St. Print Shop Gains New Tenant
The vacant building on Mill Street finally gets a new tenant! One that's focusing on social change using art
Did you know that a Sturgis Woman Survived the Titanic Sinking?
On this episode of "Today I learned.." it's the tale of a woman from Sturgis who survived the sinking of the Titanic.
Clean Slate Bill Expands, Helps ‘Nearly One Million’ Michiganders
An expansion to the existing 'clean slate' bill will benefit 'nearly one million' Michiganders looking to expunge certain charges from their record.