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State Police Thwart $15,000 Scam Of Elderly Woman’s Savings
The MSP Marshall Post says Friday that the attempted ruse began when an elderly woman from Branch County was contacted by someone claiming to be her grandson.
Two To Stand Trial In Connection To Shooting of BCPD Officer
30-year-old Andre Yarbrough and his girlfriend 27-year-old Heather Arredondo were in Calhoun County Court Friday for a preliminary examination, stemming from the incident that happened November 30.
OPINION: Michigan’s Flavored Vape Ban Is Useless Fear-Mongering
To say that fruit and candy flavored vaping products are exclusively meant to lure in children is completely absurd, and arguably willfully deceitful.
Office of Equity and Inclusion Coming To Kellogg Community College
The College says Wednesday that they were creating the office, which will be lead by Jorge Zeballos, the Chief Equity and Inclusion Officer.
Shooting In Kalamazoo Late Monday Leaves One Injured
The Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety says their officers were called to the 500 block of Elizabeth St. in the Northside neighborhood just after 11:30pm Monday, in reports of a person being shot.
Battle Creek State Senator Bizon Looks To Regulate Kratom
State Senator Dr. John Bizon introduced a bill Tuesday which would regulate kratom as a Schedule 2 drug, meaning it could only be obtained by prescription.
Kellogg Community College Gets Ambulance Donation
The ambulance cost KCC $20,000 to refurbish, but a similar model would have cost up to $80,000 new.
Battle Creek Man Charged With Raping, Assaulting 12-Year-Old
Dawson Burk was arraigned on charges in two separate cases; he was first charged with two first-degree criminal sexual conduct counts for the alleged rape of the 12-year-old.
Data Shows Battle Creek Crime Rate Down 14 Percent From Last Year
Besides crime statistics, the Chief will discuss what the BCPD is doing to prevent violence in the community, with both “violence interruption” and the crisis intervention program.
Woman Charged With Hiding Mother’s Death Now Facing Embezzlement
Marcia Lutz has now been charged with embezzling between $20,000 and $40,000 from her Emmett Township church.