winter weather

1:35 pm
Thu February 20, 2014

Update: Michigan Senate Approves $100-Million for Damaged Roads

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Money will be split between state and local governments
LANSING - Michigan's snow and ice scarred roads got a step closer to a $100 million infusion of cash this morning when the Senate Appropriations committee approved a $361 million supplemental budget bill that includes the cash for roads.
10:15 am
Thu February 20, 2014

State Senate Committee Approves $100-Million for Road Repair

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House could vote on funding next week
LANSING - Michigan's snow and ice scarred roads got a step closer to a $100 million infusion of cash this morning when the Senate Appropriations committee approved a $361 million supplemental budget bill that includes the cash for roads.
10:30 am
Wed February 19, 2014

Michigan Officials Say Heavy Snow and Ice May Result in Fish "Winterkills"

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Winterkill occurs during long, harsh winters, particularly in shallow lakes
This years severe winter has been tough on those living in Michigan, but it will most likely be even tougher on fish and wildlife. The Department of Natural Resources is reminding everyone that after the heavy ice and snow melts on Michigan lakes this winter, it may be common to discover groups of dead fish and other aquatic creatures.
7:51 am
Wed February 19, 2014

People Advised to Stay Off Lake Michigan Ice

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Concern over people walking on ice led to closure of Oval Beach in Saugatuck this season
Warm weather and sunshine are the key ingredients for a walk on the beach, even if you add ice in the middle of February. But a walk on the frozen waters of Lake Michigan can quickly lead to trouble."The ice is unsafe," said Sgt. Cal Keuning, of the Ottawa County Dive Team.
6:50 am
Wed February 19, 2014

Benton Harbor Works to Thaw Water Lines

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City Commissioner among the residents currently without water
BENTON HARBOR - Spring can't come fast enough for the Benton Harbor City Commission. Streets narrowed to one lane because of the snow and drivers not able to see oncoming traffic due to tall snowbanks had commissioners talking Tuesday.

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