Nate Adams is Townsquare Media's production coordinator, which means he works with the clients and sales persons to create the ads you hear on the radio and see online. Nate also is very knowledgeable about sports and keeps our sports news updated and helps out with our high school games and reporting. When he's not working announcing high school sports, Western Michigan University Bronco hockey, Kalamazoo FC soccer and Kalamazoo Growlers games, Nate spends time with wife, Samatha, and his sons, Austin and Logan.
Battle Creek Man Nabbed, Person of Interest in Murder Case (VIDEO)
A 48-year-old Battle Creek man was arrested Monday afternoon as a person of interest following the death of a 43-year-old man found in the trunk of a car.
Kalamazoo FC Advances in Michigan Milk Cup, Earn Sunday Draw
The second full weekend of action for Kalamazoo FC finally saw its first set of challenges for the 2018 season.
Kalamazoo FC Embarks on 3rd Season
After two successful seasons on the pitch, Kalamazoo FC returns for another season at Mayors Riverfront Park.
I-94 Overpass Concrete Damages Marshall Business Owner’s Truck
A prominent business owner in Marshall had their vehicle struck by debris on I-94 Monday afternoon.
No Changes Expected in KCC Tuition
Current and potential students planning on attending Kellogg Community College this fall will get a sigh of relief from your pocketbook.
Man Recovering After Being Struck By Beam
A 64-year-old man is recovering after he was struck in the head by a beam at a Battle Creek plant.
Basement Fire Injures Homeowner’s Son in Battle Creek
One person was injured after a fire this morning in the basement of a home in Battle Creek.
HS Basketball – Marshall Makes Regional Final Bid
For the second straight game in the postseason, the Marshall Redhawks faced a familiar foe and doing so for the third time.
Pothole Tracker – The City Hall Crater
As the season is close to turning from winter to spring, area roads drastically change. That means your driving habits may change.
Heavy Rain Causes Washout in Southern Calhoun County
The large amount of rain in the region has caused one of the first casualties on the Calhoun County roadways.