Love Triangle Escalates to Violent Brawl in Battle Creek Hotel, Two Women ArrestedGreat Lakes Gazette2 DAYS AGO
15-person hotel brawl stemming from love triangle leads to 3 stabbings, high-speed police chase in Southwest Michigan, police say [VIDEO]WWJ News Radio14 HOURS AGO
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Police: 3-year-old in critical condition after assault by family member
PORTAGE, MI – A 3-year-old boy is in critical condition Thursday after he was assaulted by a family member. Portage police have arrested a 20-year-old man for allegedly assaulting the child and lodged him in the Kalamazoo County Jail pending charges. Officers didn’t specify how the man is related to the child but said that they are family members.
15-person hotel brawl stemming from love triangle leads to 3 stabbings, high-speed police chase in Southwest Michigan, police say [VIDEO]
Two women arguing over a man quickly spun out of control at a Battle Creek hotel over the weekend and led to three stabbings and a police chase at speeds of over 100 mph, police said.
Another Popular WWMT Reporter Is Leaving, But Staying in News
It seems like over the past few years, the news stations in Kalamazoo have been a revolving door for reporters, but most, if not all of them have been leaving to move on to bigger and better things, which is exactly what you're supposed to do. The latest to announce...
‘Mass drug overdose’ happened at Michigan home on Thanksgiving
BATTLE CREEK, MI -- Ten or more people overdosed at the same residence on Thanksgiving, prompting warnings from health officials about using drugs that could be laced with dangerous opioids. On Thanksgiving, Thursday, Nov. 23, public safety agencies responded to a “mass drug overdose” at a single, private residence in...
Ceresco, Michigan: A Small Town with a Rich Agricultural Legacy
Ceresco, Michigan, may be small, but its name carries a legacy deeply rooted in agricultural history. Named after Ceres, the Roman goddess of agriculture, the town was established in 1838 by founders who recognized the rich farming potential of the land. As a historic center of cultivation, Ceresco's commitment to agriculture has been a constant, shaping the community's identity and livelihood.
Kalamazoo men arrested for exploiting homeless women in bank account scam
BYRON TOWNSHIP, Mich. — Two Kalamazoo men were arrested Wednesday for allegedly enticing homeless women to be a part of their bank account scheme. A woman walked into the Bank of America on Division Avenue in Kent County around 1 p.m. and told the tellers she was being held against her will, according to the Kent County Sheriff's Office.
New Home Needed: Meet the Latest Adorable Puppies Up for Adoption in kalamazoo, MI
Have you been contemplating pet adoption, or simply love perusing adorable pets? A myriad of delightful pets are available for adoption at various animal shelters in the vicinity of kalamazoo..
Police search for suspect in armed robbery at Portage gas station
Authorities say officers are searching for a suspect after an armed robbery at a Portage gas station.
Man In Dog Collar Seen Worshiping Woman’s Feet In Battle Creek Firekeepers Casino
The topic of sexual desires and fetishes is a touchy subject, and I am no kind of person to judge anybody based on what they like to do in the bedroom, but some people like to take it to the next extreme and live out those desires in public, which is what one man Seemed to do over the weekend as he spent his holiday, sucking toes at Firekeeper casino hotel.
New lakeside restaurant opens, welcomes attire from ‘flip-flops to wing tips’
KALAMAZOO, MI — Sometimes when you have two good things, you can take the best of both and create something even better. That’s the goal for restauranteurs Paul and Jennifer Dykstra with their latest creation, Compass + Cleaver, a high-end, coastal Italian eatery that opened last week, overlooking the south end of Gull Lake.
Savor the Flavor: Top 3 Must-Try Burgers in Battle Creek
In this article, we're exploring three standout burgers that Battle Creek has to offer. Have you had the chance to taste any of them yet? We'd love to hear your thoughts, so feel free to share your experiences in the comments section below.
Exquisite Chinese Cuisine: Discover the Top 5 Restaurants in Kalamazoo
In this article, we'll be exploring five exceptional Chinese restaurants nestled in the heart of Kalamazoo. Have you had the pleasure of dining at any of these establishments yet? If you have, we'd love to hear about your experiences! Please drop your comments below:
Discover Battle Creek: A Journey through its 4 Unforgettable Cafes
This article presents a guide to four outstanding cafes in Battle Creek. Have you had the chance to visit any of these yet? If you have, we'd love to hear your experiences in the comments section below!
A Peek Inside the Old Battle Creek Sanitarium: 1876-1940
(The story of the sanitarium is an extensive one...this is just a nutshell version for an easier read.) For $11,000, a farm was purchased in Battle Creek on which the Western Health Reform Institute was developed – and opened on September 5, 1866. The staff and patients included “two doctors, two bath attendants, one nurse (untrained), three or four helpers, and one patient.” The institute had accommodations for 12 patients which soon filled to capacity. Seeing that more room and more staff was needed, an urgent plea was sent: “hustle young men off to some doctor mill, and get ready. Our institute buildings are already larger than our doctors.” One of those young men happened to be John H. Kellogg.
Godfather’s Pizza in Kalamazoo is Closing After the Death of its Owner
Well, the world is a much sadder place - at least in Kalamazoo - as another business has announced they are closing. Wednesday night, Godfather's Pizza in Kalamazoo posted that they would be closing their doors for good, after the death of their owner. They have also given a final date to be open, and a full response from the family.
First responders save cat from Pavilion Township mobile home fire
PAVILION TOWNSHIP, Mich. — First responders provided first aid to a cat found in a burning mobile home in Pavilion Township, according to the fire department Thursday. Investigation:Search underway for armed robbery suspect at Portage gas station. Crews found smoke pouring from a single story home around 12 p.m.,...
'Bigger and better': Winter Wanderland returns to downtown Battle Creek this weekend
BATTLE CREEK — Horse-drawn carriage rides, ice skating, a holiday tree forest, an indoor snowball fight, and multiple vendor markets are just a few of the festivities planned in downtown Battle Creek this weekend as the holiday magic of Winter Wanderland returns. The two-day holiday festival is the brainchild...
Transportation and Transformation: The Impact on Small Town America
The narrative of small towns in America is deeply intertwined with the evolution of transportation infrastructure. Augusta's story, with its once prominent railroads, exemplifies the prosperity that came with being a transport hub. Union Station, opened in 1903, symbolized connectivity and growth for the town. But as the railroads declined, so did Augusta; its closure in 1968 marked the start of its transformation into a quiet shadow of its former self.
This Floating Christmas Tree Is The Most Pure Michigan Thing You’ll See This Season
It's time for the Christmas spirit to set sail once again!. What started as a unique way for the Siepker family to bring Christmas cheer to their northern Michigan community has now turned into an annual holiday tradition. Frank Siepker Jr. told MLive the Big Glen Lake tradition originally started...
MDOT requests public input on Calhoun County I-194 planning study
BATTLE CREEK, Mich. — Michigan Department of Transportation, or MDOT, asked for feedback from the public Thursday on a study regarding I-194 in Calhoun County. Through the study, MDOT is expected to look into the benefits or impacts of rebuilding the I-194 corridor from the north side of the I-94/I-194 interchange to Fountain Street in Battle Creek, officials said.