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Kalamazoo Woman Doused With Rubbing Alcohol And Burned

A woman is in the hospital with serious burns after police say she was set on fire by her boyfriend.

It happened shortly after 2 this morning on Douglas Street in Kalamazoo.

Investigators say the 44-year-old woman was arguing with the 52-year-old man when he doused her with rubbing alcohol and set it on fire

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Officials Urge Caution Following Tax Identity Thefts

Michigan Treasury officials say they are concerned about the recent spike in fraudulent tax returns being filed around the country.

Security experts are blaming criminal organizations that are buying and selling stolen personal information as well as log-in credentials for online tax preparation services like TurboTax

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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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Western Michigan University President Dr. John Dunn. Photo courtesy of WMU.
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Western Michigan University in Kalamazoo Implements New Sexual Assault Policy

Western Michigan University (WMU) in Kalamazoo has implemented a new interim policy that's designed to make it easier for students and staff to report if they've been victims of sexual assault.

WMU expects the final version of the policy to be in p

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