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1 dead, 1 critically injured in head-on crash in Kent County

KENT COUNTY, MI – A man was killed and another critically injured Wednesday, June 29, in a head-on crash on Kalamazoo Avenue SE north of 76th Avenue. A 42-year-old Caledonia man died while a 29-year-old Alto man suffered life-threatening injuries. The crash was reported just after 8:30 p.m. on...
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Delta Gave Multiple Passengers $10,000 to Give Up Their Seats in Grand Rapids

If an airline offered you $10,000 to give up your seat would you take it? Multiple people took that offer Monday morning in Grand Rapids. Air travel can be super stressful for many reasons. The most frustrating moments are those completely out of your control. For example, the airline overbooking your flight. I'm a pretty basic guy. If your jet has 152 seats, you sell 152 seats. Then you stop selling seats. The airline won't go bankrupt if a couple of people cancel and you have a few empty seats. The one thing airlines do correctly, in my opinion, is offer cash in exchange for voluntarily giving up your seat. Sometimes they'll offer flight vouchers, which can be valuable. But money talks.
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