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Woman allegedly driving while intoxicated, crashes into Walgreens store_gottaremovethis_
Fri, 30 May 2014 08:10:16 -0000

(Mlive)-- Police believe a woman was driving while intoxicated when she crashed into a Walgreens Pharmacy building Thursday night near 68th Street SW and South Division Avenue.

Kent County sheriff's deputies responded to the crash about 7 p.m. May 29.

The 56-year-old Grand Rapids woman, who had been driving a 1994 Oldsmobile, was not injured, police say.

Alcohol does appear to be a factor in the crash, according to a statement from police.

Job fairs looking to fill local positions._gottaremovethis_
Thu, 29 May 2014 09:04:35 -0000

Looking for a job?

A couple more job fairs are scheduled for this week.

Wednesday the Walmart in Kentwood held a job fair to fill positions for a new store that is coming to Wyoming on 54th Street.

The company says the hiring center is also open Monday - Friday from 9-4 and will take applications.

Today, Thursday, the Grand Rapids Chair Company plans a job fair to fill 14 new jobs. That event will run from 10am - 6 pm at the company's Byron Center facility on 84th Street. The company says they are looking to fill manufacturing jobs ranging from general labor, to welders, to woodworkers.

Fires continues to grow in the West_gottaremovethis_
Wed, 28 May 2014 07:48:04 -0000

â- Firefighters in Arizona and California have their hands full battling wildfires. In Arizona, a blaze between Flagstaff and Sedona increased to 32 square miles yesterday. In the foothills of Central California, a blaze has grown to 1,300 acres, and fire officials are urging residents in parts of Mariposa County to evacuate. The blaze has destroyed three buildings and is 20 percent contained.

Meanwhile, firefighters on Alaska's largest wildfire have welcomed the first smattering of rain that could help with containment.

The Funny River Fire had burned over 280 square miles of mostly wild lands within the nearly 3,000-square-mile Kenai National Wildlife Refuge.

Weather forecasters say rain is expected through the end of the week.

The wind also pushed the fire east into wild refuge land.

Firefighters say several consecutive days of significant moisture are needed to alter the fire, which is being fought with 670 people.

Firefighters estimate containment at 30 percent.

Health Decisions Tour rolls through Michigan_gottaremovethis_
Tue, 27 May 2014 08:17:22 -0000

When it comes to issues like navigating health care reform, Medicare, and long-term care, Michigander have plenty of questions, which is why the experts from AARP Michigan are once again hitting the road for a series of discussions and informational meetings across the state. Andrew Farmer says one of the goals of the "Health Decisions Tour" is to help Michigander cut through the rhetoric when it comes to issues like the Affordable Care Act.

The Health Decisions Tour kicks off Tuesday in Lansing, and will include stops in Grand Rapids, Traverse City, Detroit, Marquette, Kalamazoo, and Jackson in the coming weeks. More information is available at:

Search for missing woman in Kimball Lake _gottaremovethis_
Mon, 26 May 2014 08:30:02 -0000

(Mlive)â" The search for a missing woman in Kimball Lake was called off shortly after 9 p.m. Sunday and will resume Monday morning.

Rescue crews searched into the evening Sunday, May 25 for a woman who disappeared beneath the water around 4 p.m.

The Newaygo County Sheriff Department and neighboring police officials spent more than five hours searching for a woman believed to be in her 30s, who slipped under water and never resurfaced.

Initially, about 15 boats, kayaks and jet skis joined in the hunt, looking for a woman believed to be wearing a white bathing suit, said Vonnie Clark, a Grand Rapids resident.

Divers arrived later and secured the area, keeping other boats away as crews searched for the missing woman.

Around 9 p.m., divers exited the water, leaving one boat patrolling the center of the lake.

US honors veterans over Memorial Day weekend_gottaremovethis_
Mon, 26 May 2014 08:24:54 -0000

â- The nation is marking Memorial Day with somber ceremonies, flag planting at cemeteries and parades.

On Sunday, a Manhattan congregation tied gold ribbons on the church's fence in honor of fallen soldiers since the Iraq War began.

Marine Corps' chaplain and Rear Admiral Margaret Kibben told church goers that what veterans have done "has allowed us to be here."

And President Barack Obama made a surprise visit to Afghanistan, speaking to the troops.

Later this morning, he'll visit the Tomb of the Unknowns at Arlington National Cemetery.

Holland Teen Dies After Jumping Into Frigid Lake Michigan_gottaremovethis_
Thu, 22 May 2014 06:30:00 -0000

A Holland area teen died yesterday evening after jumping into Lake Michigan.

Investigators say it appears the teen was with friends on a pier when he jumped into the cold water at Holland State Park. Hypothermia sets in quickly as the water temperatures were below 45 degrees.

A friend tried to throw him a life preserver but the 17-year old went under the water. He was found several hours later. He passed away at Holland Hospital. His name has not been released.

Two Car Crash In Ottawa County Injures One Critically_gottaremovethis_
Thu, 22 May 2014 06:30:00 -0000

Ottawa County authorities say a two car crash sends one woman to the hospital.

Sgt. Steve Austin says 63-year old Jackie Bates was leaving the Admiral Gas Station on US 31 in Grand Haven Township in her 2007 Subaru Forrester when she was hit by an SUV. Bates was wearing a seat belt. She is listed in critical condition.

32-year old Jane Novak was driving a 2002 GMC Envoy that struck Bates. She was also wearing a seat belt and received non-life threatening injuries.

Burglary Ring Broken - Could Solve Almost Two Dozen Crimes_gottaremovethis_
Thu, 22 May 2014 06:30:00 -0000

Kent County authorities believe theyâve broken a major crime case involving stolen automobile parts.

Kent County UnderSheriff John Hess tells us it accounts for about 20 cases ranging from Hastings to Cadillac. The multi-jurisdictional effort contributed to solving the case. All the stolen items have been returned to their rightful owners.

The burglaries included a one of a kind auto transmission, a Triumph motorcycle, a golf cart as well as clubs and tools. Hess says the suspects have all been identified and are expected in court.

GM recalls....13.6 million_gottaremovethis_
Wed, 21 May 2014 07:21:38 -0000

General Motors announced more recalls Tuesday.

The first recall involves 1.3 million cars and trucks that could have a problem with the front seat belt which could separate from the car during a crash.

The second recall involves 1 million sedans with a shift cable that can wear out.

A third recall involves 1,400 new Cadillac Escalade SUVs with faulty air bags.

These bring the total recalls from GM to 13.6 million vehicles this year.

It has also ordered dealers not to sell new or used models of the vehicles until repairs are made.


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