2 Michigan communities told to stop using contaminated water

The residents of two Kalamazoo County communities were ordered to stop using their water for drinking or cooking after the discovery of high amounts of industrial chemicals.
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2nd day of free bottled water in 2 towns with tainted supply

Thousands of cases of bottled water have been distributed in southwestern Michigan as two communities respond to a contaminated water supply
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A roundup of recent Michigan newspaper editorials

A roundup of recent editorials in Michigan newspapers
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Agency looking for chemicals gets samples in Michigan river

Michigan environmental officials looking for chemicals in river near city where contamination was found in drinking water supply
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Agency, looking for PFAS, takes samples from Kalamazoo River

Michigan Department of Environmental Quality officials are looking for chemicals in the Kalamazoo River near a city where residents are being provided bottled water after contamination was found in their drinking water supply
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Agreement to supply clean water after Michigan contamination

An agreement has been finalized so southwestern Michigan residents dealing with chemical contamination in their water will get clean water
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Authorities: Body believed to be man missing while canoeing

Authorities say a body has been found that's believed to be that of a man who was reported missing while canoeing in southwestern Michigan
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Contaminated groundwater plume from landfill moves, shrinks

Officials say a contaminated groundwater plume from a landfill in southwestern Michigan that caused area residents to get new water sources has crossed into a neighboring county
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Court: Some statements by Uber gunman should be suppressed

Michigan's appeals court has ruled that certain statements made to police by an Uber driver charged with killing six people and wounding two others in southwestern Michigan cannot be used at trial
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Gov. Snyder tours work in Parchment to address tainted water

Gov. Rick Snyder has toured a water system project in a city near Kalamazoo that's dealing with chemical contamination in its public water system
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Michigan agencies told to help 2 towns with tainted water

Michigan officials say state agencies will be providing additional help for two communities near Kalamazoo dealing with chemical contamination of the public water system
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Michigan basketball player hopes to inspire others

A Michigan basketball player turned businessman hopes his path is something that can inspire current Division-I athletes who will be looking for a new career when the ball stops bouncing
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Michigan brewery has no plans to hire new CEO

A Michigan brewery has no plans to hire a new CEO
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Michigan developers use century-old document in land dispute

Developers of high-end homes in the Lake Michigan sand dunes are using a 114-year-old document in a legal dispute against the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
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Michigan group donates K-9 vests in officer's memory

A Kalamazoo County police dog is getting a protective vest in memory of a fallen officer
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Pfizer to build new facility, add 450 jobs in Michigan

Pfizer Inc. has been awarded $11.5 million in state incentives to build a new manufacturing facility in Michigan and add 450 jobs
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Report: Lake oil spill in Michigan would cost nearly $2B

Experts predict that a worst-case scenario leak of an old oil pipeline where Lake Michigan and Lake Huron meet in Michigan would cost nearly $2 billion
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Testing shows concerning chemical levels at Michigan site

Michigan environmental officials find high levels of chemical contaminants at shuttered electro-plating company site
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The Latest: 3,000 cases of water given away after PFAS found

More than 3,000 cases of bottled water have been handed out in a small southwestern Michigan city after contaminants were found in its municipal water supply
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Trial date set; fight ends over statements in mass shootings

A January trial date has been set in the case of an Uber driver charged with killing six people in Michigan after a prosecutor said he won't appeal a decision that keeps a lid on parts of a police interview
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WMU official resigns after harassment investigation

A high-ranking official at Western Michigan University resigned after the school accused him of sexual harassment
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