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Save A Life Tour visits Northview High School Jan. 29

Save A Life Tour visits Northview High School Jan. 29

NORTHVIEW, Mich.—The International Save A Life Tour is coming to Northview High School.

The multi-media program will take place Wednesday, Jan. 29 from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.  The program provides two multi-million dollar simulators to students, so they can experience how texting and drinking alcohol can impact their driving.

The National Save A Life Tour has been endorsed by high schools, colleges, the military and hospitals nationwide.  The program is focused on curbing dangerous driving habits that kill or injure thousands of people each year.

Man sentenced for selling counterfeit razorblades at Meijer Stores

A Florida man will spend 30 months in prison for trying to sell counterfeit razorblades at Meijer Stores.

As part of his punishment, 56-year-old Jeffrey Steven Telsey also faces three years of probation and must pay $400,506.17 in restitution, as well as a $25,000 fine.  

In January 2008, Homeland Security Investigations was notified that counterfeit Gillette Mach3 razor refills were being distributed through Meijer Stores.  Homeland Security began buying up the counterfeit razorblades from Telsey, who operated JCA Enterprises.  At the same time, Meijer Stores issued a company-wide recall for the counterfeit blades.

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Sheriff's Department handing out kits to bring missing children home

Sheriff's Department handing out kits to bring missing children home

According to the FBI, 800,000 children in the U.S. go missing every year.

The Kent County Sheriff’s Department is teaming up with the FBI to lower that number, by providing at-home child identification kits.

The kits contain an inkless fingerprint kit, DNA collection swab as well as other emergency information. Starting at 11 a.m.