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New research may have answers to what's causing the violence in Grand Rapids. That research was unveiled during Thursday's 'Stop It' meeting. Possible solutions were also discussed.
After a series of community forums, the data has been analyzed and will be presented in a public meeting tonight.
"Stop It!", the community movement endeavoring to curb violence, will release findings this week.
Some Republican lawmakers are introducing measures aimed at allowing guns in schools.
Grand Rapids' six deadly shootings in December brought the crime lab's case-load to an estimated 1,960 cases for the year.
Three mothers on a mission joined Lee Van Ameyde for a special edition of WZZM 13 News at 5:30 on Wednesday to remember their sons and change a culture of crime and violence that claimed their lives.
Hundreds of people have organized around the Stop It Community Initiative to stop violence in this city. It's not the first time concerned citizens have met to address the problem.
Grand Rapids has had nine homicides since December of 2012. Here's the list of each one, the victims, and where the cases stand.
There are many ways you can get involved. You can find many volunteer opportunities by searcing the United Way of West Michigan's website.
Grand Rapids community leaders will meet again Wednesday as part of the "Stop It Community Initiative" to help end the recent surge of violence in the area.
After eight homicides since December 1, Grand Rapids community leaders are launching a series of meetings to stop the violence.
Several community meetings are scheduled to help stop the violence in Grand Rapids.