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Allied Paper Landfill
9:35 am
Sun April 21, 2013

Will the EPA change its mind again?

Allied Paper Landfill - file photo
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Interview with Sarah Hill

A public forum is being held Monday night on PCB contamination at the former Allied Paper landfill in Kalamazoo. The Kalamazoo River Cleanup Coalition is hosting the forum in the Bernhard Center at Western Michigan University, it begins at 7:00. 

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WMUK News
12:49 pm
Fri April 19, 2013

Michigan meningitis grand jury OK'ed

Minnesota technician tests for signs of meningitis in 2012
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 A grand jury will investigate a meningitis outbreak in Michigan linked to contaminated drugs. The Gongwer News Service reports that Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette got authority from the Michigan Court of Appeals to call a multi-county grand jury on Friday.

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WMU East Campus
10:42 am
Fri April 19, 2013

WMU trustee says university has to balance resources and historic preservation

East Campus - file photo
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A Western Michigan University trustee says the board has to balance historic preservation and managing resources for the university. Bill Johnston made the comments during Thursday's board meeting.

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Michigan Car Insurance
9:52 am
Fri April 19, 2013

Snyder proposes reform for Michigan auto insurance

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Governor Snyder has proposed revamping Michigan's auto insurance system. It would cap damages from the Michigan Catastrophic Claims fund at $1-million. 

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WMUK News
3:53 pm
Thu April 18, 2013

Zapata memorial highway bill approved

Banner at Zapata's 2011 memorial service
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Interstate 94 in Kalamazoo County is just a step away from being renamed in honor of a public safety officer killed in the line of duty. State lawmakers have approved a bill to call the 25-mile stretch of freeway the "Officer Eric Zapata Memorial Highway".

Zapata was a Kalamazoo Public Safety officer who was killed while investigating reports of shots fired in the Edison neighborhood in April 2011.

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