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WMUK News
3:00 pm
Sun September 28, 2014

How A Kalamazoo Corridor Could Change

Bicycles on the WMU Campus.
Credit WMUK

Two of Kalamazoo’s most important thoroughfares – Michigan Avenue and Stadium Drive - do little to accommodate non-motor traffic.

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WMUK News
11:23 pm
Thu September 25, 2014

Land Bank, DEQ Clean Up Blighted Sites

The view facing northeast from Production Painting.
Sehvilla Mann WMUK

It takes time for a property to decline into blight. Once it reaches that state it rarely emerges quickly.

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Election 2014
2:11 pm
Thu September 25, 2014

State Senate Candidates Discuss Economy, Education and More During Forum

State Senate candidates Sean McCann, Lorence Wenke (standing) and Margaret O'Brien
Credit WMUK

    

The candidates running for state Senate in Michigan's 20th District met Wednesday night for a forum on the Western Michigan University campus. 

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WMUK News
4:00 pm
Wed September 24, 2014

Non-Motor Traffic Plan Advances

The Kalamazoo River Valley Trail.
Credit Sehvilla Mann / WMUK

The Kalamazoo Area Transportation Study has approved a wide-ranging plan for improving non-motorized transport in the area. The Complete Streets proposal, as it’s known, applies to roads in Kalamazoo County and part of Van Buren County.

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WMUK News
2:37 pm
Wed September 24, 2014

Talons Out Flight Honors WW2 Veterans

Welcoming home Talons Out veterans in Kalamazoo
Credit Gereld Malec / WMUK

Veterans of the Second World War are often thought of as the “Greatest Generation.” Many paid the ultimate price of defeating Nazi Germany and the Japanese Empire. But many more lived on to remember comrades who didn’t come home. But the ranks of World War Two vets are thinning fast. It’s estimated that up to 800 die every day, often without having had the chance to visit the Second World War Memorial in Washington completed in 2004.

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