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  • Hockey coach biking to Mackinaw City for ex-player's family

    A high school hockey coach in the Grand Rapids area is riding his bike nearly 300 miles in an effort to help a former player's family pay medical bills.

  • Dog flu concerns keep dachshunds out of July 4 parade

    Concerns about dog flu are keeping a group of dachshunds from participating in a Fourth of July parade in northern Michigan.

  • Niles Family Fun Fest and Fireworks react to Michigan State Police Terror message

    Drawing a crowd of about four-thousand every year, the organizers of the Niles Family Fun Fest usually have one thing on their minds when it comes to safety.

  • GOP candidates fear backlash over Trump comments

    The one thing Republicans running for President didnt need is Donald Trump hurting their ties with Hispanic voters. Republicans have been looking to expand their partys appeal to minorities this election season -- not shrink it.Trumps comments two weeks ago about Mexican immigrants bringing drugs and crime to the U.S., and even being rapists, have caused a lot of backlash.Still -- Trump is defending his opinions, but some GOP contenders are distancing themselves from Trump.A fiery Dona...

  • Whole Foods admits to overcharging customers

    The CEOs of Whole Foods Market are apologizing for overcharging New York City customers.In a video filmed at a Whole Foods, John Mackey and Walter Robb admitted that customers were overcharged for some items, including sandwiches, sliced fruit and freshly-squeezed juice. They said employees made mistakes when weighing the products.The company says it will improve training nationwide to make sure overcharging doesnt happen again. They also pledged that if any customer is overcharged for...


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