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Police Investigating Man Approaching Children At Marshall School, Library
The Marshall Police Department says Tuesday that the subject was seen approaching the kids at Marshall Middle School, as well as the Marshall District Library.
36 Beagles To Get Reprieve From Mattawan Pesticide Testing
The company announced Monday afternoon that they were able to receive a waiver from the Brazilian analogue to the Food and Drug Administration (Agencia Nacional de Vigilancia Sanitaria) to cease the testing on these dogs.
MSP Focuses On Impaired Driving As We Head Into St. Patrick’s Day
The Michigan State Police says that their Operation C.A.R.E initiative will see troopers working to combat drunk driving on St. Patrick's Day Sunday, a holiday heavily associated with alcohol consumption.
Battle Creek Woman Faces Charges After Abandoning ‘Vicious’ Dogs
The incident happened in late February, where a witness saw a woman pull up in her car on Hannah St. on Battle Creek’s east side and then release two dogs before driving away.
Calhoun County Crash Leaves Teenager Dead Monday
Just before 9am Monday a driver reported to police they saw a vehicle flipped over on the side of the road on H Drive S near 6 Mile Rd. in Newton Township.
KDPS Seize Three Handguns, Make Four Arrests Over Past Week
The Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety says that the first of three investigations began last Friday evening, where a vehicle was contacted and searched in the area of Fox Ridge Dr.
Several Shot At In Drive-By Paintball Attacks In Kalamazoo
The KDPS says that sometime Thursday they received a call from someone shot by a paintball gun from a vehicle, in the area of Redwood and Greenwood Avenues in Kalamazoo.
Battle Creek Woman Claims Man Paid For Sex With Fake Money
Just before midnight Tuesday a 32-year-old Battle Creek woman approached a police officer, and said she had been given two suspicious $100 bills. She told officers that she went to a gas station with the money, and the clerk told her it was counterfeit.
Coldwater Pig Processor Had Two Incidents of ‘Inhumane Treatment’ Last fall
The USDA federal inspectors observed the violations of the Humane Methods of Slaughter Act at the Clemens Food Group’s Coldwater facility in August and October 2018.
Kalamazoo Woman Goes On Alleged Window Smashing Spree
Around 5am Sunday, they learned of two separate incidents in downtown where windows at businesses were smashed, causing thousands of dollars in damage.