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MHSAA Announces Football Playoff Pairings

The pairings were announced Sunday for the 2014 Michigan High School Athletic Association football playoffs.

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Is Bob Seger’s ‘Ride Out’ His Swan Song?

As you know, Bob Seger released his 17th album last week and he admits the title “Ride Out” might sound like a farewell to some.

And while he jokes that “if his voice doesn't hold up, it could turn out to be the case,” he counters “that's not really what I meant.”

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MSU safety RJ Williamson intercepts Michigan's Devin Gardner and returns it for a touchdown in the third quarter. (Getty Images)
MSU safety RJ Williamson intercepts Michigan's Devin Gardner and returns it for a touchdown in the third quarter. (Getty Images)
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Michigan State Routs Michigan 35-11

The Spartans forced three turnovers en route to beating their arch-rivals for the sixth time in eight seasons.

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Adult Halloween Costumes; No

Some adult Halloween costumes are funny, tasteful, even entertaining. Thoughtful. Unique.

And some aren't.

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Kent County Health Department Monitoring Traveler with ‘Very Low’ Ebola Risk

The Kent County Health Department announced it is monitoring a person who recently traveled from a country in West Africa, WOOD-TV8 reported.

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Halloween Trick-Or-Treating Times For West Michigan

Trying to figure out when trick-or-treating is happening in your area? We've found a comprehensive list that you can reference!

It seems that all communities here in West Michigan will be doing their trick-or-treating on Friday, Oct. 31 -- Halloween night. 

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Rockford Public Schools Lockdown Lifted Following Bomb Threat

All campuses in the Rockford Public School District were placed on lockdown Friday morning after a bomb threat.

The lockdown started around 10:30 a.m. after the superintendent’s office received a bomb threat against the district in general.

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Hopkins High School Football’s Quincy Collings and Wyatt Stegeman Named Athletes of the Week

The Hopkins High School football team's halfback pair of Quincy Collings and Wyatt Stegeman share honors as this week's Meijer-97.9 WGRD High School Athlete of the Week.

Hopkins has its regular-season finale at 7 p.m. tonight against Godwin Heights in Wyoming. Stegeman and Collings are two big reasons why the Vikings could claim the Ottawa-Kent (OK) Conference Silver Division title outright in addition to reaching the postseason for the ninth consecutive year.

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BaCon: A Bacon & Beer Celebration Nov. 8; Top 5 Jim Gaffigan Bacon Jokes [Sponsored]

BaCon: A Bacon & Beer Celebration is back for its second annual event Nov. 8 at The DeltaPlex Arena & Conference Center.

BaCon features bacon-inspired dishes and drinks for the celebration of all things bacon, and tickets are currently on sale.

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Football For Breakfast, Other Things You Need To Know About NFL Week 8

By the end of this Sunday, many NFL teams will have played half their scheduled games this season. Things are getting really serious. Here's what to watch out for in Week 8:

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Can Lane Kiffin Escape Knoxville? Big Questions for Week 9 in College Football

Top teams face tough road tests, and Tennessee fans gear up for the return of Lane Kiffin. Those are just some of the top stories in what should be another fun week of college football.

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Supertramp Co-Founder Rodger Hodgson Readies Fall Tour [Video]

Roger Hodgson co-founded the progressive rock band Supertramp in 1969.

The performer, composer and lyricist was a driving force behind making Supertramp a phenomenon. He wrote, sang and arranged enduring rock-and-roll standards such as "Breakfast in America," "Give a Little Bit," "Take the Long Way Home," "The Logical Song," "Dreamer," "It's Raining Again," "School" and "Fool's Overture."

With Supertramp's "Crime of the Century" album marking its 40th anniversary this fall, Hodgson is heading out on tour next month.

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