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3/16/23 - Working To Restore Power Quicker
State utility companies went before a State House Committee to discuss wide-spread power outages and restoration efforts.
3/15/23 - Seatbelt Problems Result In Recall From Honda
Honda is recalling a half-million vehicles because the front seat belts may not latch properly.
3/14/23 - More Oil Will Soon Be Available For The U.S.
The Biden administration said it is approving the huge Willow oil-drilling project in NW Alaska.
3/10/23 - IRS - Taxpayer Assistance Centers To Offer Help
Saturday, March 11, the IRS is offering walk-in, face-to-face assistance for those needing help with their tax questions.
3/10/23 - GM Offering Buyouts To Many Salaried Workers
GM is offering buyouts to many salaried workers as they prepare for the transition to electric vehicles.
3/8/23 - Small Towns Encouraged To Submit Ideas To Help Their Communities Grow
The Consumers Energy Foundation announced today it is calling for entries in the annual Put Your Town on the Map pitch competition.
3/7/23 - Conference Encourages Students To Consider Higher Education and Career Options
Some 800 8th graders from West Michigan schools will attend a special Latinx Youth conference today.
3/6/23 - LaughFest G.R. Kicks Off This Week
LaughFest brings together people to honor laughter as an essential part of emotional health and wellbeing.
3/3/23 - Michigan Will Honor Two Firefighters This Weekend
Our flags will be lowered today and tomorrow as we remember two firefighters who lost their lives while on duty.
2/28/23 - Some Families Will Need To Adjust Their Budgets
Starting March 1st, Michigan's extra SNAP benefits will come to an end.
1/31/23 - Pres. Biden Will End COVID-19 Emergency Declarations On May 11
It might be harder for some to get a COVID-19 vaccine after May 11.
10/22/21 - Starting Sunday, Many Will Need To Include The Area Code When Dialing
Telephone users in four Michigan area codes will soon be required to include an area code in every phone call - known as 10-digit dialing - as part of the rollout of a new way to reach the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline.
10/18/21 - Colin Powell, dead at 84
Former Secretary of State Colin Powell, died early this morning. Family says it was from complications due to COVID.
9/2/21 - Supreme Court Votes 5-4 to Leave Texas Abortion Law In Place
A divided Supreme Court is allowing a Texas law that bans most abortions to remain in force.
8/26/21 Update - Pentagon Releases Statement on Situation in Afghanistan
The Pentagon has released more information on Thursday's attacks.
What a Taliban takeover in Afghanistan means for Christians
Afghanistan (MNN) — The Taliban blitz in Afghanistan has Western leaders and Christian advocates on edge.
Wycliffe USA uses satellites to aid Bible translation
Intl. (MNN) - SpaceX satellites promise to deliver high-speed internet. Wycliffe USA's Andrew Fleming says the project benefits Gospel work, too.
7/22/21 - WCSG Travelin' Together - Fred Meijer White Pine Trail
You’ll have a tough time running out of room along the Fred Meijer White Pine Trail.
7/13/21 - Federer Withdrawls from Olympics Cites Injury
20 Time Grand Slam winner says knee injury will prevent him from competing in Japan.
7/15/21 - WCSG Travelin' Together - W.K. Kellogg Bird Sanctuary
W.K. Kellogg Bird Sanctuary in Augusta, features a variety of birds and trails to explore.
6/29/21 - Concerns Over Area Purse Snatchings
Over the past few weeks, there have been several purse snatching incidents at large retail establishments in Wyoming, Grand Rapids, Kent County, and Kentwood.
6/14/21 - KDL Helping Kids With More Than Reading
The Kent District Library is offering free lunch for students during the summer.
See! The winter is past; the rains are over and gone. Flowers appear on the earth; the season of singing has come, the cooing of doves is heard in our land.Song of Solomon 2:11-12 I NIV