A health official says a person at Kalamazoo Central High School has been diagnosed with tuberculosis.
The officers were at the home conducting a follow-up investigation related to the assault case when gunfire broke out.
Spiders have been doing a very efficient job of killing insects for millennia. Now, a Kalamazoo company has federal approval to borrow spiders’ natural chemistry as an insecticide.
Ablative Solutions Inc. Tuesday announced a $9.5 million Series B Preferred Stock financing, led by Petoskey-based BioStar Ventures and Grand Rapids-based Michigan Accelerator Fund 1.
Investigators say they lack “credible tips” in the month-and-a-half long search for Teleka Patrick.
So how’s everybody’s midweek coming along? Mine has been all about auto tech so far — see the nerd’s-eye view of the North American International Auto Show below. And also, enjoy these fine tech tidbits! […]
AT&T Inc. Thursday announced that the company will hire workers for 139 jobs in the state this month, including 96 new positions and 43 replacements.
Authorities say they soon will release details of their investigation into the disappearance of a Michigan doctor.
Was a pretty, young doctor stalking a popular gospel singer at the time of her disappearance?
She was last seen on Thursday December 5, trying to get a room at a Kalamazoo hotel, but eventually got a ride back to her car at Borgess Medical Center.