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Sehvilla Mann / WMUK

She is alive, despite being shot four times. She’s healing, though she’s still in a wheelchair and she has a bullet in her liver. She says God, her family, the community and her own grit all played a role in her survival.

Tiana Carruthers described what the last few months have been like on Thursday at Borgess Hospital, in her first media appearance since the February 20 mass shooting in which six people died.

A deer and a squirrel eat from bird feeders Tuesday, June 3, 2014, in Nashville, Tennesse.
AP Images/Mark Humphrey

The City of Portage is trying to decide what to do about its deer problem. The Portage Environmental Board will hold a public meeting about the issue Thursday night at 7 p.m. in Portage City Hall. The meeting will include a presentation by a Kalamazoo Christian High School class.


Michigan wind farms got a boost from the state Supreme Court on Thursday. The court said it would not hear a case from townships that sought to restrict the development of wind farms.

Schuette Files Lawsuit to Close Abortion Clinic

Apr 8, 2016

Michigan Attorney Bill Schuette has filed a lawsuit to shut down an abortion clinic in Detroit.
    
Schuette’s office says this is the third time the anti-abortion Republican has used this particular law to shut down an abortion provider – in this case, the Summit Women’s Center in Detroit.     

Sehvilla Mann / WMUK

Kalamazoo County has shed some light on former administrator Terrence Neuzil’s departure, releasing records that detail claims about inappropriate comments Neuzil is said to have made to and about female staff.

Neuzil resigned on Tuesday less than four months after the county hired him. He released an email statement Thursday calling the allegations a “false” and “malicious” attack.

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