WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY for Allegan, Barry, Calhoun, Eaton, Ionia, Kalamazoo, Kent, Mecosta, Montcalm, Newaygo, Oceana, Ottawa, Van Buren starting Tuesday at 7am and ending at 8pm.  

Snow will start to move into the area by daybreak Tuesday.  This will lead to a few slick spots during your morning commute.  Snow will start to mix with sleet by mid morning with accumulations totaling around 2-4 inches along and north of I-96 and 1-2" along and south of I-94.  Sleet will transitions into freezing rain by early to mid afternoon.  One to two tenths of an inch of ice accumulations are possible south of I-96.  Light rain showers are possible during the late afternoon/early evening and then will wind down quickly into the later evening hours.  Light freezing drizzle is possible after sunset. 

WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY for Berrien, Branch, Cass, Hillsdale, St. Joseph starting at 6am Tuesday and ending at 1pm. 


Breaking Weather Map #1
Breaking Weather Map #2
Breaking Weather Map #3
Breaking Weather Map #4

Reactions emerge following Livingston verdict

Updated: Tuesday, February 26 2013, 09:54 PM EST
Reactions emerge following Livingston verdict story image
KALAMAZOO, Mich. (NEWSCHANNEL 3) - A jury found 21-year-old Antonio Livingston guilty of the murder of Robert Medema a verdict that will send him prison for the rest of his life.

After the verdict family and friends of Medema talked about how there is more still to come.

"I'm very glad it's over with, but now I have to go through it again, it's definitely not pleasant," says Dave Cretsinger a friend and coworker of Robert Medema.

Cretsinger worked with Medema for 40 years and sat through all of this trial and now says he will be at the trial of the second man charged with the murder John Aguilar starting in April.

Livingston's mother says she still blames Aguilar for both the murder and she says for her son being framed.

"I'm telling you this is not over, he is not a murderer, my son was framed, yes he was there, but he did not do this," says Linda Livingston.

Assistant Prosecutor Alexis Sanford says in talking to jurors afterward they just didn't believe Livingston's story, that he was intimidated by Aguilar and that's why he went along to the scene of the murder.

"They talked about it being a puzzle the way the pieces came together, the testimony with the evidence, how it came together. They did say they thought the defendant was not very believable at all," says Sanford.

John Aguilar's trial is set to start April 30th.
Reactions emerge following Livingston verdict
comments powered by Disqus

Top Stories