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Kzoo: 1st U.S. Brewing Degree

Internet rumors ran ramped Thursday about Western Michigan University having America’s first brewing degree. It’s time to crack open those bottles and celebrate, Kalamazoo — on Friday morning, the rumors were confirmed. Starting in the fall semester of 2015, Kalamazoo will be home to America’s first sustainable brewing degree through Western Michigan University (WMU) and Kalamazoo Valley [...]

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‘Didn’t Know I Was Pregnant’

The Battle Creek Police Department (BCPD) is investigating the death of a newborn infant whose mother told police that she didn’t know that she was pregnant. Officers responded to the report of a unresponsive newborn at a residence on the 200 block of Oak Lawn Drive in Battle Creek shortly after 1 a.m. Wednesday morning, according to [...]

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They’re Now Tracking Your License Plate

Now we find out that our government and private companies are taking pictures of your license plates — and storing that information.

According to an article from the Wall Street Journal, apparently every day across the United States they're using high-speed license plate cameras being utilized by both law enforcement officials — and, yes, private companies to track the movement and activity of citizens across the country.

And what are they doing with the pictures of your license plates? Well, according to the Wall Street Journal, "that i

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Day Care Facility Closed While Assault Investigation Continues

Police are investigating allegations of sexual assaults at a home-based day care in Three Rivers.

Michigan State Police Detective 1st Lt. Chuck Christensen told MLive the investigation began last week when a parent came forward after their child had disclosed to them some sexual contact had taken place

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Michigan State Police Drones State Wide?

As being reported by an article I read in the Detroit News, the Michigan State Police are asking for state wide authorization to be the first state in the nation to use aerial drones for an overhead view of vehicle crash sites.

The agency is asking for permission from the Federal Aviation Administration to fly a $158,000 remote-controlled tiny hel

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