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3:15 pm
Thu October 24, 2013

The real lobstermen of Maine

Lobstermen Chip Zeiner and Tim Yonuschot aboard the 'Helen D'
Credit Chris Killian

The TV ads often pretend that those lobsters you just ate are hauled from the sea by smiling guys on neat and sparkling boats. Reality is rather different, as Kalamazoo writer Chris Killian discovered when he visited two lobstermen in Maine.

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Local Music
9:16 am
Thu October 24, 2013

Singer Doug LaBrecque on what it takes to be a star

Doug LaBrecque
Credit douglabrecque.com

As heard on WMUK's Let's Hear It, singer Doug LaBrecque tells host Cara Lieurance about his musical rise from roles in Lakeview High School productions in Battle Creek, MI, to chorus member in Les Miserables on Broadway, to starring as the Phantom in The Phantom of the Opera and Ravenol in the Hal Prince production of Showboat.

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School closings and delays
9:05 am
Thu October 24, 2013

School Closings and Delays Thursday

Power outages have caused delays this morning - file photo
Credit WMUK

There are closings and delays today in Allegan County. 

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Power outage
7:14 am
Thu October 24, 2013

Power outages reported throughout Southwest Michigan Thursday

File photo
Credit WMUK

Thousands of customers in Southwest Michigan are without power this morning. 

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WMUK News
4:40 pm
Wed October 23, 2013

Making sustainability a habit

Solar panels near WMU's Miller Auditorium
Credit WMUK

A Western Michigan University graduate student is working on a project she hopes will dramatize the costs of not saving energy. The project was one focus of National Campus Sustainability Day events at Western on Wednesday (Oct. 23).

Western Michigan University officials say it has been working on ways to cut energy use for nearly two decades even has the number of buildings on campus grew. And Western President John Dunn says those efforts have paid off:

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