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Do you Have Verizon or Sprint Cell Service? They May Owe you a Refund

Sprint and Verizon Wireless will be paying customers who were “crammed” on their cell phone bills, according to a settlement that was announced Tuesday.

Sprint agreed to a $68 million settlement and Verizon agreed to a $90 million settlement.

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Rockford Couple Welcomes 13th Son

The streak remains unbroken! The couple in Rockford who already had 12 sons welcomed baby number 13 on Wednesday morning and, it's a boy!

Kateri Schwandt gave birth at 9:06 a.m. Wednesday to an 8 pound 15 ounce, 22 inch long boy.

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Sophie Visits for Wet Nose Wednesday [Sponsored]

Sophie the dog came calling today.

Sophie visited with Andy Rent as he talked about her on his Andy in the Morning show for Wet Nose Wednesday.

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Jennifer Marie Stemler, via Facebook
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Police & Family Searching for Missing White Cloud Baby

UPDATE (5/13/14 12:31 a.m.): Baby Natallya's grandmother, Heidi Thill, contacted WZZM-13 confirming that baby Natalya is dead and that Matthew Bradley told police where to find her. She was found dead in the basement.

Thill says police told her that 4-month-old Natallya Rich was found dead in the basement. They aren't letting anyone in the house and are planning to question all that lived in the house. The baby, mother, Bradley (the mother's boyfriend), and grandmother all lived in the home together.

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Michigan Free Fishing Weekend is June 13 – 14

Enjoy summer in Michigan with free fishing on June 13 and 14!

The Michigan DNR says Michigan residents and nonresidents may fish without a license during Free Fishing Weekend. All ages are welcome. Other fishing regulations still apply.

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Michigan Wolverines Self Report Four Minor Violations Under Coach Harbaugh

ESPN is reporting that while fans of the University of Michigan football program hope that Jim Harbaugh coming on board will help out the program, the program has already racked up some (minor) NCAA rules violations.

No players or coaches have lost eligibility due to the violations, which were deemed "minor and unintentional."

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Emma and Noah Were the Most Popular Baby Names of 2014

The Social Security Administration has released its data on the most popular baby names for last year, and really none of them come as a huge surprise to most of us here. 

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New Movies (This Week) Include ‘Hot Pursuit,’ ‘Maggie’ and ‘The D Train’ [Video]

This weeks new movies include a lot of big names, but it remains to be seen if there are any blockbusters.

See trailers for all of this week's new movies with Grand Rapids showtimes.

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Michigan Elk and Bear License Applications Open Through June 1

The Michigan Department of Natural Resources has opened applications for Michigan elk and bear hunting licenses through June 1.

There will be 100 elk licenses and 6,951 bear licenses available for the 2015 hunting seasons.

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Michigan Celebrates National Nurses Week

It's National Nurses Week and the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) is celebrating to recognize the role nurses play in advocating for the health, safety, and rights of patients and nurses.

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Saul Visits for Wet Nose Wednesday [Sponsored]

 

Saul the cat came calling today.

Saul visited with Andy Rent as he talked about him on his Andy in the Morning show for Wet Nose Wednesday.

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The Discovery of King Tut Exhibition Opens at the Grand Rapids Public Museum May 16

The much anticipated exhibition,The Discovery of King Tut, will make its Great
Lakes Region debut at the Grand Rapids Public Museum on May 16, 2015. Visitors will experience what it was like for Howard Carter and his team when they first discovered the tomb of Tutakhamun in1922.

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