HOLLAND, Mich. (WOOD) - Holland native Kirk Cousins is adding a new title to his resume.
The former Michigan State and current Washington Redskins quarterback is making the rounds at book signings this month.
Zondervan recently released Cousins' new book "Game Changer."
The autobiography gives kids and young athletes a new outlook and ways to win at the game of life.
Cousins will sign his book at Barnes & Noble, 3050 Beeline Road in the Felch Street Plaza, in Holland from 7-8 p.m. on Friday, and then at Baker Book House, 2768 East Paris Ave. SE, in Grand Rapids from 7-8 p.m. on July 18.
Be sure to tune into "24 Hour News 8 Sports Overtime" this Sunday night as we will interview Cousins and talk to him about the book and how he is preparing for his second year in the NFL.
11 fire departments from several counties were called out to a fire at an adult entertainment club Wednesday afternoon.
Holland police were searching for 28-year-old Mark Steven Randall Harris, who was considered armed and dangerous, but arrested him late Wednesday night.
Those receiving the 2013 White House holiday card will see a design made by a Grand Rapids artist.