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Known as the "Cereal City," it is the world headquarters of Kellogg Company, founded by Will Keith Kellogg in 1906, whose brother, Dr. John Harvey Kellogg, invented cold breakfast cereal as an alternative to the traditional meat-based breakfast. It is also the home of Post Cereals, which was part of General Foods Corporation at one time, then Kraft Foods, and is now part of Ralcorp.

Population: 53364
Local Newspapers: Battle Creek Enquirer
Local Sports Teams: Battle Creek Knights (IBL basketball) Battle Creek Revolution (All American Hockey League)
Local Colleges: Kellogg Community College Robert B. Miller College

Zip Codes associated with battle creek, michigan: 49014 49015 49017
Towns/Cities near battle creek, michigan : Springfield Marshall Climax Galesburg Augusta Charlotte Olivet Bellevue

Battle Creek News
More than 10 years later: Search renewed for missing Battle Creek man

Battle Creek Police are renewing their search for a missing 37-year-old man, last seen in the city in 2006. Lian Kulh Thawng originally is from Myanar , first moved to Guam, then arrived in the United States in 2001 or 2002.

Registered sex offender arrested after making harassing calls to Victoriaa s Secret

A Battle Creek man was arrested earlier this week on a parole violation after he allegedly made harassing and obscene phone calls to the Victoria's Secret store at Lakeview Square Mall. The clerks reported getting three calls starting at about 7:45am Tuesday.

Former Quincy teacher arrested on CSC charges Thursday, April 20

A Branch County District Court arraignment is scheduled to take place Thursday for a one time Quincy school employee who is facing six charges of criminal sexual conduct. Following a Branch County Sheriff's Department investigation which started last July, warrants were served at the Battle Creek home of Jason Farrell on Wednesday.

FireKeepersa new Fire Hub restaurant benefits community

The grand opening for The Fire Hub was held Wednesday. It's located inside the refurbished Fire Station #4 on Kendall Street at Dickman Road in Battle Creek.

Calhoun County dad visits strip club, leaves infant in car

A Calhoun County man is in trouble after police say he left his one-year-old son in his car outside a Battle Creek strip club. Police were called to "Heartbeats" early Saturday morning by some men who said they heard a baby crying in a car.

Officers looking for missing Emmett Twp. woman

Melissa Church was last seen leaving her home in the 12000 block of 6 1/2 Mile Road, south of Battle Creek, around 1:30 p.m. Thursday to meet a friend. The Emmett Township Department of Public Safety sent out a news release Tuesday morning asking for the public's help in locating Church.

Hundreds of New Jobs Coming to Port of Oakland

Industrial development will soon create hundreds of new jobs at the Port of Oakland. The challenge: finding enough skilled workers to fill them.

Battle Creek man surrenders to police

A Battle Creek man who had been a fugitive for weeks following the discovery of a shocking case of child abuse, has now turned himself in. Isaac Miller and Megan Schug are charged with physically abusing a 4-year-old autistic boy who doctors say was severely malnourished and showing signs of physical abuse when he was admitted in critical condition to the pediatric Trauma unit at Bronson in Kalamazoo.

Reelina in the Years: The cereal aisle is not what it used to be Updated at

Ask any Baby Boomers worth their Huckleberry Hound cereal bowls and Yogi Bear spoons and they'll probably be able to answer these questions with ease: If you were able to come up with Trix, Sugar Frosted Flakes and Crispy Critters as the answers to the above queries, then you likely shoveled down as many tons of sugar-sparkled cereals through the 1950s and '60s as I did. Trips to the supermarkets of my youth – namely, First National, Stop & Shop and A & P – each had special memories.

Intricate prosthetic eyes give recipients a new outlook on life

Two enormous bulletin boards take up much of the wall space in the tiny office and laboratory. Photos of children, some just a few months old, cover each panel.

Good Samaritan putting together 100 free Easter baskets to needy families in Battle Creek

Alphonse Bifulco hasn't had the easiest life. He grew up on the streets of Brooklyn, he said, dealing drugs and going in and out of jail.

Fire damages Calhoun Area Career Center Tuesday, April 11

An accidental auto shop fire in a locked tool storage area is being blamed for causing around $45,000 damage to the Calhoun Area Career Center in Battle Creek. It happened early Tuesday.

BCFD: Fire damages Calhoun Area Career Center

The fire alarm went off just before 4 a.m. at the career center, located in the 400 block of E. Roosevelt Avenue in Battle Creek. When firefighters arrived, they saw smoke coming from the back of the building on the roof.

Aviation, autopilot, and the science of human-centered design

The art of aviation is less about sky-high stunts than it is about trust and instinct in the plane itself. "They used to say, 'you know, real men aren't afraid to let a car shift for you,'" said Captain Dave Powell, the Dean of the College of Aviation at Western Michigan University.

U.S. Rep. Justin Amash to hold town hall in Pennfield Tuesday

The congressman representing Michigan's 3rd district will meet with constituents in Pennfield High School. Amash has held a series of the face-to-face forums in 2017, including two in Grand Rapids, one in Battle Creek, one in Hastings and one in Ionia.

Police Chase ends in crash and injuries Sunday, April 9

State Police say a high speed chase through some Battle Creek neighborhoods ended with a rollover crash and an arrest of a man who was reportedly wanted on several felony warrants. The chase actually began on I-94 when they tried to pull the driver over for a seat-belt infraction.

Schuette: Texas-based Fundraiser Faces 319,000 Civil Violations for...

LANSING Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette today announced a Notice of Intended Action and Cease and Desist Order against for-profit clothing donation bin operator A.T.R.S. of Houston, Texas, alleging over 300,000 violations for falsely labeling the 251 clothing bins it operates for the Michigan Humane Society. The A.T.R.S.-operated bins state that the Michigan Humane Society "receives 100% of the market value of every donation received at this location."

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