The family of a Kalamazoo man who died while in police custody says the one-day suspension the officers involved received wasn’t enough.
Police are trying to determine what led to the death of a man whose body was found in a burning Battle Creek home.
An article posted by GQ Magazine reveals new information about the deadly Kalamazoo shooting rampage.
A boil water advisory that was issued for a Kalamazoo neighborhood following a water main break has been lifted.
One person was shot in the head and another taken into protective custody in Battle Creek Friday evening.
The announcement comes 15 days after an estimated 60,000 gallons of sewage spilled into the watershed.
Police say the driver drove around the security gate, which was lowered for the oncoming train.
City officials said Thursday all recreational activities on the water, including swimming, may safely resume.
The audits targeted owners of two or more properties who claimed a tax break to save on school district taxes.
City officials say a sensor set at an incorrect level led to a sewage spill in the Kalamazoo River.
Kalamazoo shooting survivor Abbie Kopf underwent another surgery Friday to help repair an incision that wasn’t healing properly.
Police have identified the motorcyclist who was killed Tuesday evening in a crash involving a SUV in Portage.
City officials say flooding led to a problem at the wastewater plant where the spill started.
Heavy rainfall has caused some street closures in the city of Kalamazoo due to flooding.
As Kalamazoo leaders consider a $70 million donation to the city, residents spoke up with concerns about how that money will be managed.