SW Michigan

6:21 am
Tue February 4, 2014

Protesters in Kalamazoo oppose Keystone XL Pipeline

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State Representative Aric Nesbitt says project should move forward after report from the State Department
  • Source: Mlive
  • | Via: Kalamazoo Gazette
KALAMAZOO, MI - More than 40 protestors marched through downtown Kalamazoo on Monday night holding signs and candles hoping to raise awareness about the U.S. State Department's declaration that a proposed Keystone XL pipeline wouldn't have any impact on climate change.
6:12 am
Tue February 4, 2014

WMU will reimburse employees whose accounts were hacked

Lead in text: 
The university is taking steps to improve online security
  • Source: Mlive
  • | Via: Kalamazoo Gazette
KALAMAZOO, MI - Western Michigan University will reimburse both employees whose accounts were breached in December, a university spokeswoman said Monday. Ray Cool, 65, an assistant professor, said a hacker had stolen his Dec. 17 paycheck by getting into his GoWMU account and changing his routing number to a bank in Utah.
7:57 pm
Mon February 3, 2014

Center for Michigan's Truth Squad calls technical foul on ad critical of Governor Snyder

Lead in text: 
Center's analysis finds no documentation for claim that tax breaks sent jobs overseas
Who Democratic Governors Association What "The Difference," a television ad promoting Mark Schauer for governor. The call Technical Foul
7:53 pm
Mon February 3, 2014

Center for Michigan's Truth Squad calls technical foul on Governor Snyder's ad

Lead in text: 
The center's analysis finds the governor is taking credit for a recovery that began before he took office.
Who: Rick Snyder for Michigan What: "Michigan's Comeback Kid," a television ad first aired during the Super Bowl promoting Rick Snyder for governor. Foul or no foul: Technical foul
8:10 am
Mon February 3, 2014

Medical marijuana bills stall in Michigan Senate

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Senate Majority Leader Randy Richardville has concerns over letting communities allow dispensaries in their towns
LANSING - Supporters of medical marijuana were thrilled last year when two bills making it easier for people to buy a variety of medicinal cannabis - including edibles - passed the House of Representative with large bipartisan majorities.

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