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  • 12 PM News & Sports 4/23/10

    Friday, April 23, 2010

    Today's Headlines: Questions Arise Over Matt Giraud's Tulip Time Appearance; Holland Twp. House Strafed by Bullets; Annual Shipwreck Show Coming; Saugatuck Harbor Natural Area to Open; Ottawa Co. Parks Nature Ed Center Opens; Tigers Open Up Series at Texas Tonight.

  • Apr 23: Interview with Chip Francke

    Friday, April 23, 2010

    Gary Stevens chats with Chip Francke of the Ottawa County Parks and Recreation Commission in advance of the April 24, 2010 grand opening of the Nature Education Center at the Hemlock Crossing County Park in Port Sheldon Township.

  • 12 PM News & Sports 4/22/10

    Thursday, April 22, 2010

    Today's Headlines: Holland Congressman Pleased with Debate; Murder Trial Ends Abruptly; Opposite Ends of Family Spectrum Spotlighted Tonight; House Passes Legislative Consolidation Measure; State Senate Passes Embryonic Stem Cell Research Bill; Local Adviser Sees Trouble in Financial Reform Efforts; Tigers Look for Series Split in Anaheim Tonight.

  • Apr 22 Interview with Pete Hoekstra

    Thursday, April 22, 2010

    News Director Gary Stevens chats with Congressman Pete Hoekstra (R-Holland) on April 22, 2010. Topics included a gubernatorial debate and efforts for financial reform in Washington.

  • 12 PM News & Sports 4/21/10

    Wednesday, April 21, 2010

    Today's Headlines: Holland School Bond Forum Series Ends; GOP Gubernatorial Hopefuls Debate in East Lansing; Texting While Driving May Become Illegal in Michigan; Tigers Try Again to Win in LA.

  • 12 PM News & Sports 4/20/10

    Tuesday, April 20, 2010

    Today's Headlines: City councilman pleads guilty; Gabrielse begins sentence; woman's body found in Spring Lake; McClendon reveals hand; Governor's incentives getting mixed reviews; other automakers wary of following in Toyota's footsteps; Tigers, 'Caps look to bounce back from Monday losses.

  • 12 PM News & Sports 4/19/10

    Monday, April 19, 2010

    Today's Headlines: Hamilton schools suspend teacher; sacked Deputy Holland City Attorney sentenced; beleaguered Grand Haven Schools Official to resign; one murder case winds down, another one begins in Allegan County; state lawmaker pushing for clerk protection from litigation; and the Tigers open up a four-game series in Anaheim tonight.

  • 12 PM News & Sports 4/16/10

    Friday, April 16, 2010

    We begin putting our extended midday news and sports report online. Today headlines: Blaze Strikes Hamilton House; Sentencing for Spring Lake Teen; Quarterly Campaign Finance Reports Filed; State House Urges Air-Quality Permits; Tigers Begin Series at Seattle.