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Today's Headlines: Reward Bolstered in Search for Strong-Armed Robber; WMPF Today; Lakeshore Lawmakers Friends to Business; White House, Congress Locking Horns on Economic Issues; New MLB Schedule Announced.
Gary Stevens chats with U.S. House Representative Pete Hoekstra (R-Holland) about economic, political and international issues on Sept. 16, 2010.
Today's Headlines: ”Rock the Felt” This Weekend; ZCH Still Seeking Merger with Spectrum; Time to Serve for Hope Tomorrow; Lions Begin a New Season; High School Football Resumes Tonight.
Today's Headlines: New Tech High School Opens; Holland City Council, BPW Board Discuss Rate Hikes; Saugatuck Twp. Board Huddles Over McClendon; Mother, Daughter Hurt in Crash; Tigers Host White Sox Again.
Today's Headlines: New School Year Begins; Tourism Up Along Lakeshore; Back to Budget Work in Lansing; Tigers Try Again to Beat White Sox.
Gary Stevens chats with Hope College assistant professor of biology Dr. Aaron Putzke, who along with Dr. Joel Rothman of Cal-Santa Barbara, found that the role of a protein called Fer in controlling whether or not cells multiply could lead to a new understanding of how to combat cancer. To read more about this breakthrough, go to www.hope.edu/pr/pressreleases/content/view/full/28100.
Gary Stevens chats with Executive Director Sally Laukitis of the Holland Area Convention and Visitors Bureau on the just-completed spring-summer tourism season along the Lakeshore. The conversation came on Sept. 7, 2010.
Today's Headlines: City Council Concurs with BPW in State Fight; Allegan Couple in Legal Hot Water; Saugatuck Twp. Establishes Rules; Jenison Man Sentenced in Girlfriend Abduction Case; High School Football Front & Center Tonight.
Today's Headlines: State to Investigate Botched Saugatuck Twp. Election; Holland City Council Considers Tool & Die Policy; Jenison Man Found on Lake Michigan Beach; ID Thief Caught Trying to Buy Harley; FDA Seeking Injunction Against West Michigan Dairy; Tigers Look to Bounce Back vs. Twins.