The game served as a fundraiser benefiting the victims of the Kalamazoo shooting rampage and cycling tragedy in Cooper Township.
The “We Are Kalamazoo” game Sunday honored the victims of and first responders called to help after two tragedies in the area last year.
The Kalamazoo Wings will be hosting their second annual fundraiser to benefit the victims of the 2016 Kalamazoo shooting rampage.
Exactly one year after the Kalamazoo shooting rampage that claimed six lives, a vigil was held to honor and remember the victims.
The mom of two girls shielded from gunfire, thanks to Tiana Carruthers, shares what life is like a year after the Kalamazoo shooting spree.
Organizers say the park will cover at least 28 acres, but they aren’t yet saying exactly where it will be.
Laurie Smith and Emily Lemmer have spent the first 365 days after losing half their family learning how to live with incredible loss.
Years before a gunman’s random bullet nearly killed her, Abbie Kopf was lighting up YouTube.
The events of Feb. 20, 2016 remain seared in the collective conscience of Kalamazoo-area first responders.
Over the course of nearly five hours on Feb. 20, 2016, a shooter opened fire at three locations in the Kalamazoo area, killing six people.
Community members gathered in Kalamazoo on Sunday for a prayer service to remember all victims of gun violence.
Approximately $84,000 was designated by donors to directly benefit the eight victims and their families.
The youngest survivor of the Kalamazoo shooting spree is recovering at home after undergoing another skull surgery last week.
After several setbacks, Kalamazoo shooting survivor Abbie Kopf underwent surgery Friday morning to replace part of her skull.
A year after a devastating shooting spree rocked Kalamazoo, plans are in the works to erect a permanent memorial to honor the lives lost.