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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

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The accident happened around 5 p.m. Thursday in the 900 block of Capital Avenue NE in Pennfield Township, northeast of Battle Creek. Investigators believe the man was trying to correct "an ongoing mechanical issue" with his vehicle when it moved forward, running over him.

Kalamazoo Strong one year after mass shootingMonday, February...

A few hundred turned out at the Wings Event Center Monday night for the first anniversary remembrance for the victims of the shooting rampage in Kalamazoo and to get the first look at plans to memorialize the 8 who were shot. The Governor sent a taped message and Congressman Fred Upton was on hand to remember the victims and salute the first responders and the police who helped bring a quick conclusion and arrest on that night a year ago.

Michigan Lawmakers consider going after 'Pill Mills' involved in opioid epidemic

State Senator Tonya Schuitmaker's bills would crack down on doctors or clinics that prescribe narcotics without a legitimate medical purpose, and pharmacies that dispense them. "Opioid related overdoses are skyrocketing nationwide, and unfortunately, Michigan's overdose death rate is one of the highest in the nation," said Schuitmaker in a written statement.

Battle Creek chase ends with woman in custody

At 8:21 a.m. Sunday, the Battle Creek Police Department was dispatched to a report of an assault at a motel in the first block of Division Drive. During the investigation, officers approached a 22-year-old female suspect as she was getting into a vehicle with a 2-year-old child.

Five cars damaged in chain-reaction wreck Sunday, February 19

It's not unusual to hear about chain reaction collisions this time of the year, but it's usually associated with icy roads and white outs. That was not the case at all on Columbia Avenue and Main Street in Battle Creek just before noon Saturday when five cars got involved in two wrecks at the intersection in Emmett Township.

A mug shot of Dariyone Zamone Clark-Brown, provided by the Calhoun County Jail.

The man who opened fire on a Battle Creek officer during a traffic stop in March 2016 will be spending decades behind bars. Darriyone Zamone Clark-Brown was sentenced to a maximum of 52 years in prison for assault with intent to murder, felony firearm, fleeing and eluding, resisting, obstructing or assaulting an officer and driving without a license charges.

Women killed in Uber gunman's rampage still touch communities they loved

At a Battle Creek area alternative high school, students who never knew Mary Jo Nye will be living out her legacy when they read books from the school library. In Bridgman, the memory of her sister-in-law, Mary Lou Nye, is honored with every baby rocked to sleep in a chair donated in her name at the child care center where she once worked.

Howard Township, Battle Creek, and Marshall receive state economic development grants

February 16, 2017 -- The Michigan Department of Transportation is awarding state Transportation Economic Development Fund Category F grants totaling $882,421 to two southwest Michigan cities and one county road commission. The Cass County Road Commission will resurface and upgrade to all-season status 1 mile of Carberry Road from M-60 Business Route to Lake Street.

Woman testifies brother threatened to kill her if she told he killed his wife

The sister of a man charged with murder in the shooting death of his wife spoke through tears while describing a car ride that the alleged victim never returned from. When Jerri Stripling went for a mid-November car ride with her brother, Kevin Stanfill, and his wife, Kelly Ann Stanfill, she was nervous and scared as they left their house in Battle Creek in the middle of the night.

$245K donated in response to Kalamazoo shooting rampage

Nearly a quarter of a million dollars has been raised in response to the Kalamazoo shootings almost one year ago. The Help Now! Fund, a collaboration between the Battle Creek and Kalamazoo community foundations and the United Way, received more than $245,000 since the Feb. 20, 2016 shootings.

Suspect in Sunday's high speed pursuit identifiedTuesday, February...

We now know more now about the kidnapping suspect who allegedly led police on a two-county high-speed pursuit from Battle Creek to Coldwater late Sunday afternoon. Joshua Miller, 31, was sought for allegedly holding an ex-girlfriend against her will for three days and nearly strangling her.

High speed chase ends in Coldwater Sunday evening Monday, February 13

A Battle Creek man wanted on charges of kidnapping and driving a stolen vehicle with improper plates is in the Branch County Jail following a high speed chase involving police agencies from two counties on Sunday night. The Branch County Sheriff's Department says 31-year-old Joshua Allan Miller was booked on preliminary charges of Felonious Assault with a Vehicle along with Fleeing and Eluding.

Police say kidnapping suspect arrested after chase spans counties

Police in Battle Creek say a kidnapping suspect is in custody after leading police on a chase that spanned two counties Sunday afternoon. Around 3 p.m. police got a tip about a kidnapping suspect spotted near the Lakeview Square Mall.

Teen survivor of mass murder out of surgery

Nearly a year after she was wounded, the youngest survivor of Kalamazoo's mass murder last year has just come through her latest surgery. The goal of the surgery was to install a second plate in her head to cover the gap in her skull left by a bullet, allegedly fired by Jason Dalton.

Loverboy Debuts New Single as Free Download Online; Launches Video Contest

Loverboy is offering up a sweet pre-Valentine's Day treat for their fans: The veteran Canadian pop-rockers have a brand-new single called "Stop the Rain" that they've made available as a free download at their official website . The track will officially premiere tomorrow, February 10, on all major streaming sites.

UPDATE 1-Kellogg's adjusted profit beats estimates as costs fall

The world's biggest cereal maker is in the middle of a multi-year restructuring program, called "Project K", which involves jobcuts and production optimization among other things. To cut costs further, the company said on Wednesday it would switch to a warehouse delivery model for its U.S. snacks business and stop distributing products directly to stores.

Deadly I-94 hit-and-run investigation stymied for now

Nearly two weeks after a Battle Creek man was killed in a hit-and-run crash on I-94, authorities in Kalamazoo County continue to look for the semi-truck driver responsible - but their hunt has proven fruitless. Tuesday, Kalamazoo County Sheriff Richard Fuller was quick to point out that the investigation is only 12 days old and said his department has no intention of quitting.

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