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Tornado damage clean up continues.
Tornado damage clean up continues.
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Confirmation it WAS a Tornado in Michigan

There is no doubt in the minds of those in Wyoming that it was a tornado that struck the community in west Michigan, but now official word from the National Weather Service.

Assessors who were on the ground Monday in several areas of Kent County are confirming that the damage left by the storm system that hit late Sunday and early Monday was the result of an EF 1 Category tornado

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Residents in some communities swear it was a tornado that swept through last night causing damage and injuries.
Residents in some communities swear it was a tornado that swept through last night causing damage and injuries.
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Was It a Tornado or Wasn’t It? West Michigan Communities Left to Deal with Storm Damage

Some residents in west Michigan say there is no doubt in their mind that it was a tornado that ripped through their community overnight.  But those with the National Weather Service aren't so sure and are planning a visit today to determine what exactly tore the roofs off buildings, downed power lines and uprooted trees.

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Getty Images By: Cancan Chu
Getty Images By: Cancan Chu
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Severely Handicapped Michiganders May Get Their Money Back

Michigan Daycare workers, usually family members of their severely disabled children, might get their dues money back from the unions.

The June 30th U.S. Supreme Court ruling in the Harris v. Quinn case that ruled that unions could not take money from severely disabled people because it came from Medicaid

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Two people now formally charged with making the bomb threat that forced the evacuation of hundreds at MSU....described as panhandlers
Two people now formally charged with making the bomb threat that forced the evacuation of hundreds at MSU....described as panhandlers
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Prosecutors say Bomb Threat at Spartan Stadium was a Diversion

The two people, who are charged now with phoning-in a bomb threat to Spartan Stadium, are said to have made the call to get away from police.

The two, identified as Anthony Shearer and Cynthia Spade, appeared in court in East Lansing on Thursday to face the felony charges

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