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Some people are gathering at churches that have held large meals for people displaced by the storm and volunteers spending the holiday away from their... [Read More]
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Kent District Library is starting a campaign to restock the shelves at a library effected by Hurricane Harvey in Texas, but they need help from... [Read More]
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Two dogs rescued from the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey are now looking for their forever homes in Mid-Michigan. [Read More]
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The fire started around 10 a.m. Sunday morning at the Courtyard Inn, on Orange Grove Avenue. Fire investigators are now on the hunt for... [Read More]
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Beyonce's church in Houston had a special treat for Hurricane Harvey victims and their families. The Saint John United Church threw a Thanksgiving feast for... [Read More]
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North Texas boys gathered to pack 5000 meals for Hurricane Harvey survivors. [Read More]
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"It's right in our backyard and we want to make certain the people affected are not forgotten," says Greg Wyman. [Read More]
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Hurricane Harvey may be over, but the devastation isn't. One woman is doing what she can to help victims by putting her extreme couponing skills... [Read More]
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One of the lawsuits is against Big Willy's which has locations south/southwest the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex. The business is said to have charged $3.99 and... [Read More]
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Nick Ferraro of the South Hills Pet Rescue stops by to talk about finding forever homes for animals affected by Hurricane Harvey. [Read More]
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Officials in southeast Texas are calling for state legislators to give communities more assistance as they continue to recover from Hurricane Harvey. [Read More]
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Hodge says his church is now running low on money, after spending more than $60,000 on food and supplies for 17 people during September and... [Read More]
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Hurricane Harvey did not hit Colorado in August, but it is now. Not with rain, but with flooded cars. [Read More]
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