WIND ADVISORY

10 AM Until 2 AM Saturday

The National Weather Service maintains a WIND ADVISORY for nearly all of West Michigan from 10 AM this morning until 2 AM Saturday morning.  45 mph gusts are likely inland while 50 mph gusts are possible at the Lake Shore.  This kind of wind is capable of bringing down tree branches and creating some power outages.  Obviously, we hope that doesn't happen.  Winds blow from the northwest this morning then from the north by midday and beyond.  Stay with wwmt.com for your weather today and always!

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Battle Creek woman looking for answers after road rage shooting

BATTLE CREEK, Mich. (NEWSCHANNEL 3) - A Battle Creek woman shot repeatedly, wants to know why the county prosecutor hasn't charged the shooter.

This all happened two weeks ago, during a road rage incident that ended in gunfire near Kellogg Community College.

Her boyfriend, 33 year old Michael Brian McJunkin is sitting behind bars. She wants to know why the shooter, who shot out her car with her 8 year old son inside isn't also facing charges.

A Battle Creek Police Detective says this investigation is not over, and they're working with the Calhoun County Prosecutor right now.

"They've requested we re-interview witnesses to get a more accurate account of what may have occurred," said Det. Brad Wise, Battle Creek Police.

"After I say, "I'm shot! I'm shot!" We're still getting shot at, he's shooting at us continuously. This guy is unloading on us.

The county prosecutor tells Newschannel 3 it's taking longer to decide whether or not to charge the shooter because he is studying the self-defense laws.

He adds, in road rage incidents, both sides could be wrong.