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Crews put out Wyoming house fire

WYOMING, Mich. (WZZM) - Fire investigators are looking into what might be the cause of a house fire on the 3600 block of Minnie Avenue in Wyoming.

Fire crews were called to the scene shortly after 3:30 a.m. Flames were visible from the outside, but fire crews were able to put the flames out in just a half-hour.

Beat the Heat at KDL!

Beat the Heat at KDL!

The library is a great place to get books, attend free programs, use computers… and stay cool. With temperatures soaring this week, health professionals are encouraging those without air conditioning in their homes to seek out public places that are air-conditioned. Sounds like a great opportunity to visit your local KDL branch! All 18 of our branches areair-conditioned and a wonderful place to work, relax or enjoy time with your children in ourKDLville play spaces.

Three people escape early morning fire

WYOMING, Mich (WZZM) - Three people were able to escape a house fire in Wyoming Friday morning uninjured.   The fire started shortly after four in the morning in the 17 hundred block of Delwood Avenue Southwest.

The homeowner says one of the residents ran across the street to call 911 after the fire was spotted in one of the bedrooms.

Exercise in this heat? It can be done!

WYOMING (WZZM) - Now that the heat is kicking into triple-digit territory for the next few days, it's important to be careful when exercising.  And who else to give some tips than an ultra-marathoner?

West Michigan's typical summers are already too warm for some people to get moving outdoors, but not for a man who's run 56 miles all in one day.

Terence Reuben, a physical therapist with Metro Health Sports Medicine and a certified personal trainer, hopes you'll continue to get your daily exercise, but he says there's some important things to keep in mind when the temperature rises.

"The first thing is to look at your weather plan, what is the coolest time to run. Usually before seven in the morning, after seven at night," said Reuben.

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Become a Community Content Provider and join the WZZM13 team

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Made in Michigan: A Truly Homeade 4th of July Meal

GRAND RAPIDS, (WZZM) - WZZM 13 News recently started a segment called Made-In-Michigan to celebrate all the businesses doing well in our state.

We thought the theme should extend to your Fourth of July celebration as well.

Reporter Stacia Kalinoski went on a grocery shopping adventure to find all the holiday staples, all made in Michigan.

She found more than enough to pack a picnic basket.

We started out at the Fulton Street Farmers Market, because it's so easy to support your local farmers this time of year. The two items on most everyone's list are strawberries and blueberries, and you can find both for your fruit salad or pie.

Potatoes were also available, a must for the All-American potato salad.

You can also find local cheese for the hamburgers and eggs for egg salad, products by Mooville at the market.

July Hot Titles at KDL

July Hot Titles at KDL

If you want it, we’ve got it! At KDL, we are committed to providing the popular materials you want to read, listen to or view. Look what’s new this month:

The Fallen Angel by Daniel Silva
Backfire by Catherine Coulter
Shadow of Night by Deborah Harkness
Friends with Kids (DVD)