2 Fatalities confirmed in Plainwell crash 

Fatal crash near Van Buren, Kalamazoo Co. line  A driver has been killed in a crash on 28th Street in Van Buren County Wednesday morning.

Deputies searching for juvenile runaway   Deputies in St. Joseph County are asking for help in finding a runaway teen.

BREAKING NEWS

FLOOD WARNINGS

Flood Warnings Until Further Notice

The Muskegon river at Croton Dam sits at 12.8' and is forecast to crest at 13.1'.  Major flooding will continue.  The structural integrity of the Dam remains, which is very good news.  Remember, flood stage is 9.0'.  

FLOOD WARNINGS remain along the Rogue river below Rockford and the White river above Whitehall.  The White river sits at 6.3' and is falling.  The Rogue river sits at 8.0', which is flood stage, and is also falling.  

Stay with wwmt.com for the latest flooding updates!   

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I-Team: Audit reveals potential problems in Kzoo Sheriff's Dept.

Updated: Saturday, August 3 2013, 12:47 AM EDT
I-Team: Audit reveals potential problems in Kzoo Sheriff
KALAMAZOO, Mich. (NEWSCHANNEL 3) - An audit by Kalamazoo County leaders, and obtained by Newschannel 3 shows some potential problems in the Sheriff's Office--specifically how employees account for their time at work.

Some county commissioners say it's hard for them to believe that a large governmental employer these days doesn't have employees sign off on a time sheet.

But an audit shows that's what's been happening for hourly and part-time workers at the Kalamazoo County Sheriff's Office for decades.

After several county leaders and the I-Team started asking questions about the practice, it appears the questions are prompting change in the department.

Newschannel 3's David Bailey has more on the investigation.
I-Team: Audit reveals potential problems in Kzoo Sheriff's Dept.
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