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Galesburg 13-Year-Old Going Missing Triggers AMBER Alert
An AMBER Alert was issued for 13-year-old Calista Kay Rose Tuesday night, after she was last seen earlier in Galesburg around 1:30am Tuesday.
‘Wheel Of Fortune’ Host Pat Sajak To Lead Hillsdale College
Pat Sajak has been on the Hillsdale College Board of Trustees for 15 years and will be replacing current Chairman William Brodbeck; Brodbeck will remain on the board, just not as Chair.
Interior Of Battle Creek’s Heritage Tower Starting To Take Shape
Even when it looks like much isn’t happening, the City says that between 80 and 120 people are working every day to rehabilitate the Heritage Tower in downtown.
10 Year Old Cold Case Murder Near Coldwater Closed
David Kidney was a person of interest in Duane Finney's murder, and now police say evidence found after Kidney got in a shootout with them confirmed the connection.
Battle Creek Man Scammed Out Of $15,000 By ‘Grandson’
The 'grandson' told the victim that he had been in a crash in Lansing that left a woman injured, and that he was arrested and taken to Florida.
Anti-Sanctuary City Bills Head To Committee In Michigan House
The bills are sponsored by Republican Representatives Beau LaFave and Pamela Hornberger, and co-sponsors include local Emmett Township Representative Matt Hall.
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.
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.
Albion City Manager Moved From Paid To Unpaid Leave
For an undisclosed reason, LaTonya Rufus was placed on paid administrative leave in January as she was also under a personnel investigation. Now, the Albion City Council has voted unanimously to move her leave from paid to unpaid.