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WXMI - FOX 17, located in Grand Rapids, Michigan, covering West Michigan from Muskegon to Battle Creek.

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ICYMI: Muskegon picked up a 62-16 win over Zeeland East on Friday night in a week nine OK Green matchup.

A search warrant says the assistant director did not know the prop gun was loaded with live rounds. He referred to it as a "cold gun" before handing it to Baldwin, the warrant states.

The man is currently in stable condition, and Kalamazoo Public Safety is investigating the incident.

ICYMI: Crusaders top Oakridge 30-28 to finish regular season 8-1

No one in Kent County is believed to be in danger regarding these generic threats, according to police.

The victim, a man whose identity has not been released at this time, died at the hospital.

An elephant killed a suspected poacher at Kruger National Park in South Africa, officials say.

Hudsonville finishes the season 4-5 overall and will miss the postseason while the Scots improve to 8-1 and await Sunday night's playoff pairings.

A spokesperson said the memorial will be invitation-only.

Abrams is on a mission to restore old headstones.

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Billboards are going up in Grand Rapids and around Michigan telling non-essential businesses to open back up and ignore Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s executive order.

Naomi Osaka has been fined $15,000 for skipping the post-match news conference after her first-round win, according to a statement issued Sunday.

Governor Whitmer says that it's a possibility protests will lengthen the stay-at-home order. We will have crews in Lansing starting at 9 a.m. this morning.

The Berrien County Health Department says it has been forced to redact its mask mandate in schools or else lose $1.5 million in funding.

Blake Vershum is missing baseball this spring, but the GVSU junior enjoys giving back to his community as a firefighter

The pictures feature both Shirkey and Chatfield's pictures and say Voters Decided and The World is Watching.

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer is a contender for TIME magazine’s Person of the Year.

Drone video shows flooded homes and businesses in Midland County after two dams were breached. Read more:

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