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Palisades Nuclear Power Plant operated safely last year despite an unexpected shut down. That’s according to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. The plant in Covert shut itself off days before a scheduled outage to refuel the plant in September.

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A resolution to improve local non-motor transport has bipartisan support on the Kalamazoo County Commission. Democrat Julie Rogers and Republican Dale Shugars say the county can make it safer and easier to move around on foot, on a bike or in any case without a car.

The “Complete Streets” resolution commissioners discussed Tuesday doesn’t include specific policies. But it calls for the county to plan its roads so they “provide appropriate access to all legal users.”

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Dr. Charles C. Warfield "became a freedom fighter, an odds buster, and a dream maker." So says fellow civil rights leader Rev. Jesse Jackson, Sr., who spoke during a memorial service for Warfield at Western Michigan University Friday evening. Warfield died June 5 at the age of 77.


A recent image of Kalamazoo shooting Tiana Carruthers, projected on a screen at Borgess Medical Center. (Edited for clarity)
Rebecca Thiele, WMUK

A longtime educational organization will honor Kalamazoo shooting survivor Tiana Carruthers this Sunday. For almost two decades, Ujima Enterprises Incorporated has given awards to outstanding community members during its Juneteenth celebration of African-American history. Carruthers, who was the first of eight people that a gunman shot in February, has made national headlines for protecting her 7-year-old daughter and other children. She told them to run from the Richland Township playground they were in when she saw the gun.


Courtesy Photo / Senate website

Michigan Senator Gary Peters says the mass shooting in Orlando, Florida is a multi-faceted problem that requires several approaches. 


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