Flood Warnings Until Further Notice

The Muskegon river at Croton Dam measures by reference markers at 13.1' and is forecast to crest at 13.3'.  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 has already crested and will begin falling.  The Rogue sits at 8.0', which is flood stage, and should rise to 8.3'.  

Stay with wwmt.com for the latest flooding updates!   

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I-Team Waste Watch: Airport Director's resignation

Updated: Wednesday, October 2 2013, 08:20 PM EDT
I-Team Waste Watch: Airport Director
KALAMAZOO, Mich. (NEWSCHANNEL 3) - The Newschannel 3 I-Team is digging deeper to find out why a local airport director abruptly resigned last week.

On September 25, Cliff Moshoginis resigned his position as Director of the Kalamazoo/Battle Creek International Airport.

In documents obtained via a Freedom of Information Act request, the I-Team uncovered new information on the story.

One internal email showed the County Attorney Thom Canny questioned Moshoginis earlier this year, when he approved travel for his secretary Linda Bunting to a conference in Arizona.

The I-Team found that the same secretary accompanied Moshoginis on six trips total in 3 years, and we wanted to know whether that violated the county's travel policy.

Eventually, we did get some answers from those within county government, and from our elected leaders.

Chief Investigative Reporter David Bailey joined us from the airport to fill us in on what he found.
I-Team Waste Watch: Airport Director's resignation
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