The National Weather Service in northern Indiana issues a HIGH WIND WARNING in Berrien county until 11 PM for 60 mph, or higher, wind gusts.  65 mph gusts have already been confirmed in Michigan City.  

A WIND ADVISORY remains for nearly all of West Michigan until 2 AM.  45 mph to 55 mph gusts are likely and have already verified.  Downed tree branches and some power outages are possible.  The wind direction is from the north, and winds will easily be sustained in the 25 to 35 mph range.  

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I-Team Waste Watch: Grant Giveaway

Updated: Saturday, August 3, 2013 |
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WYOMING, Mich. (NEWSCHANNEL 3) - In November, the Newschannel 3 I-Team took a close look at the Wyoming Fire Department after an independent report blasted the city's manager for closing fire stations and understaffing the department.

The authors of the report called staffing "woefully inadequate," and told city leaders to spend more than $1 million to hire more people.

Now, the I-Team has discovered that when the opportunity came to accept $1 million in grant money to help the department, the City Manager turned it down, even as he accepted similar grants for the city's police department.

We dug deeper to figure out just why the city leader refused help from the federal government, free of charge for at least two years.

City leaders would have been able to add six new firefighters to a staff that's having a hard time keeping up with such high call volumes.

Newschannel 3 Chief Investigative Reporter David Bailey has been working on the story for five months, and has the latest in this Waste Watch Investigation.
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