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This Michigan Breakfast Spot is the Best in the State

Who doesn’t love a good brunch? When it’s a Michigan brunch in the summer, you can count on fresh fruit, especially cherries, and a bevy of sweet treats, such as pancakes and syrup. Breakfast is actually my favorite meal, even when I’m eating it for dinner, so I love a good brunch and brunch-type food.
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Battle Creek Tattoo Artist Goes Viral on TikTok

The sense of humor of a tattoo artist hits a bit differently. That must be why this guy has pulled in millions of views. Art at Ink Station Tattoos currently has 13 thousand followers and over 138.1 thousand total video likes as @artguaposolis on TikTok. This is what Art had to say when I asked him how he describes his TikTok channel,
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Illinois truck driver wins $1 million on Michigan Lottery scratch-off ticket

MATTAWAN, Mich. (FOX 2) - A truck driver from Illinois won $1 million on a Michigan Lottery scratch-off ticket he bought while traveling for work. "I’m a truck driver, so I’m in Michigan a lot and like to buy Lottery tickets while I’m here," said the winner, who chose to remain anonymous. "I scratched the barcode and scanned the ticket right when I purchased it. When I got a message to file a claim, I assumed I had won one of the $2,000 prizes."
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Police Identify Kayaker Who Drowned On Saturday In St. Joseph River

(CBS DETROIT) – The Three Rivers Police Department has released the name of the man who drowned while kayaking in the St. Joseph River on Saturday morning. Donovan Forsythe, 26, was from Princeton, North Carolina. According to police, at about 5:46 a.m., officers responded to reports of a person falling out of a kayak in the area of River Drive and Wood Street. The person who called, in reported that Forsythe was bobbing in the water before going under and not resurfacing. In addition to this, another person who was fishing attempted to help Forsythe, but couldn’t locate him in the churning water. Officials say officers, deputies, and firefighters searched the area until St. Joseph County Sheriff’s Dive Team arrived. The victim was recovered at about 7:14 p.m. on Saturday, June 25, but his identity was not released right away so that the family could be notified. © 2022 CBS Broadcasting Inc. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.
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Vehicle crashes into house, results in fire

A vehicle crashed into a house and caught fire in Colon County, Michigan. Officials were called early Monday morning on reports of a crash into a house, with a person trapped inside of the car. When they arrived, the driver was out of the vehicle. ABC 57 News reports that...
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Kalamazoo church alleges property graffitied during Roe v. Wade protest

KALAMAZOO, Mich. — Three people were arrested in Kalamazoo, accused of vandalizing two downtown businesses, including a coffee shop owned by Radiant Church. The word "shame" was written in red paint across the front entrance of Matchhead Coffee, a ministry of Radiant Church Sunday night, police said. The coffee...
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Truck driver from Illinois scores $1 million lottery win while driving through Michigan

LANSING, MI -- A man passing through Michigan was shocked when he realized he’d won a $1 million prize playing the Michigan Lottery’s Mystery Multiplier instant game. “I’m a truck driver, so I’m in Michigan a lot and like to buy Lottery tickets while I’m here,” said the 48-year-old winner from Illinois. “I scratched the barcode and scanned the ticket right when I purchased it. When I got a message to file a claim, I assumed I had won one of the $2,000 prizes.
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Vandal paints 'shame' onto downtown Kalamazoo businesses

KALAMAZOO, Mich. — Three people were arrested in connection to two downtown Kalamazoo businesses being vandalized with red paint on Sunday, the Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety announced June 27. The three individuals were between 18 and 24-years-old and not Kalamazoo residents, according to police. The word, "shame," was...
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