I'm equally as likely to compliment your cute shoes as I am to invite you out to drink beer and watch a baseball game. I love my dog (Smudge), New Kids On The Block, live blogging my life, and eating out (aka not having to cook). My hobbies include Facebook, reading, and pinning crafts on Pinterest that I'll never make.
U of M Students Asked to Stay in Place Until February 7
The recommendation comes after cases of COVID-19 have started spreading quickly amongst the university community. That includes 14 cases of the new B.1.1.7 variant, which is believed to be approximately 50 percent more transmissible.
Indoor Dining in Michigan to Resume February 1
Governor Gretchen Whitmer announced Friday morning that indoor dining will be able to resume in the state beginning February 1.
Hudsonville Father Sentenced to Prison in Drowning Death of Teenage Son
Timothy Koets, a Hudsonville father and former professor at Grand Rapids Community College, has been sentenced to prison time in connection with the 2019 drowning death of his autistic teenage son.
Open Carry of Guns Banned in Michigan Capitol Building
Monday afternoon, a panel unanimously voted to ban the open carry of guns in Michigan's Capitol building.
Gov. Whitmer Urges All K-12 Schools to Begin Offering In-Person Learning by March 1
Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer held a briefing Friday in which she strongly encouraged all K-12 schools in the state offer the option for in-person learning by March 1 and earlier than that if possible.
WATCH: West Michigan Family Escapes After Nashville RV Explosion
A West Michigan family was caught on police body camera footage escaping to their car following the explosion of an RV in downtown Nashville, Tenn. on Christmas morning.
President Trump’s Final Campaign Stop Will Be in Grand Rapids Monday Night
Just as he did in 2016, President Donald Trump will make his final campaign trail stop in Grand Rapids on the eve of the election.
Here’s How to Get Rid of Voting Reminders on Facebook
Facebook has upped their game when it comes to the election, and that has translated into constant reminders about voting. Here's how to get rid of them.
Michigan Secretary of State Bans Open Carry of Firearms at Polling Stations
Michigan Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson issued directions to local clerks Friday banning the open carry of firearms at polling stations statewide on Election Day.
Masks Still Required Under New Michigan Department of Health & Human Services Order
The director of the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services has issued an emergency order that requires masks, limits the size of gatherings, and limits capacity in bars and restaurants.