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Brothers face key hearing in 1989 Michigan slaying
Two brothers face a key court hearing in the death of a young western Michigan woman who disappeared in 1989. The body of 18-year-old Shannon Siders was discovered by a hunter in the Manistee National Forest three months after her disappearance.
WXMI-TV Grand Rapids
Newaygo HR Block Crash 1
A woman from Newaygo is recovering after the minivan she was riding in crashed into the front entrance of a West Michigan business on Saturday.
Frost on the pumpkin, already? There's a chanc north of I-96
National Weather Service forecasters on Saturday, Sept. 13 issued a hazardous weather advisory mainly for Newaygo, Mecosta, Oceana, Osceola, Lake and Mason counties.
WZZM 13 weather forecasts coming to radio stations in West Michigan
You're in the car, driving along the Lakeshore, listening to the radio when you realize that voice that's updating you on the weather is one you've heard before. Channel 13's meteorologists - George Lessens, Joe Kopecek, Alana Nehring and Aaron Ofseyer - will be heard daily on five stations serving listeners in Muskegon, Newaygo, Ottawa and Oceana counties.
18-year-old from Kalamazoo killed in crash northeast of Newaygo
Newaygo sheriff's deputies and fire crews were dispatched about 9 p.m. Sept. 4 to the intersection of Pine Avenue and 48th Street, northeast of Newaygo, for a two-vehicle crash.
Michigan's Best Neighborhood Bar: Make your nominations for Muskegon-area establishments
The search, launched on Sept. 2 , is the latest in our Michigan's Best series. Nominations are being made throughout the state, and the Muskegon Chronicle is taking nominations for neighborhood bars within its coverage area.
WXMI-TV Grand Rapids
It's been 11 years since Michigan State Police Trooper Kevin Marshall was shot and killed while on duty in Newaygo County.
Seasonal factors blamed as July jobless rates rise in West Michigan
Unemployment rose in West Michigan's labor markets in July, reflecting a statewide rise in the summer jobless rate, according to figures released by the state on Thursday, Aug. 21. Unemployment rose to 6.4 percent during July in the Grand Rapids-Wyoming labor market, which includes Kent, Barry, Newaygo and Ionia counties.