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Haiti

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  • Briefly In News

    Time to renew or get shopper parking permits Shopper Parking Permit for 2012-14 are available, the city manager's office said. Permits cost $80 for the first two shopper permits and $150 for the third and fourth permit. Details are on the city's...
  • Holland Teacher On Mission To Help Haiti

    Holland Teacher On Mission To Help Haiti
    Kim Chapin has spent the past four years working to help Haiti and she's also gotten her students involved. Chapin said she first got involved after a lunch at a chinese restuarant where she received a special fortune cookie message. "It said you will...
  • Group Heads To Haiti On Eve Of Quake Anniversary

    Group Heads To Haiti On Eve Of Quake Anniversary
    A group from West Michigan is headed to Haiti, two years after a massive earthquake ravaged the country. Tim Ryan and his 15-year-old daughter are among the 15 people making the trip to deliver bins of of medical and dental supplies. They are working...
  • Thursday, January 12, 2011

    NEW YEAR'S MAKEOVER Make this the year you get healthy and lose weight.  Bahar Takhtehchian the Senior Associate Editor at Shape Magazine, showed FOX 43 Morning News how to make it easy with effective resolutions you can easily stick to.   For tips to...
  • Two years after the earthquake in Haiti, memory of local volunteer lives on

    Two years after the earthquake in Haiti, memory of  local volunteer lives on
    Thursday marked the second anniversary of the earthquake in Haiti, an event that will be remembered by many, especially Rachel Prusynski. Prusynski was friends with Molly Hightower, both students the University of Portland.They graduated together in...
  • NYC Councilman Jumaane Williams On Haiti, State Of The City

    NYC Councilman Jumaane Williams On Haiti, State Of The City
    NYC Councilman Jumaane Williams stopped by the studio to talk about Mayor Michael Bloomberg's State of the City address, the second anniversary of the Haiti earthquake, cops backlash in the community/West Indian Day Parade, and other news of the day. For...
  • Tropical Storm Emily still a threat to Florida

    Tropical Storm Emily still a threat to Florida
    Tropical Storm Emily is keeping South and Central Florida guessing, as it still is projected to parallel state's east coast on Saturday, close enough to be in striking distance. For that reason, the National Hurricane Center is urging residents of...
  • Tropical Storm Emily might weaken into a tropical wave later today

    Tropical Storm Emily might weaken into a tropical wave later today
    With the mountains of Hispaniola taking their toll, Tropical Storm Emily could degenerate into a tropical wave later today, the National Hurricane Center said in the latest advisory. The system already has weakened considerably and lost organization,...
  • Tropical Storm Emily falls apart; no longer a threat to Florida

    Tropical Storm Emily falls apart; no longer a threat to Florida
    RIP: Tropical Storm Emily. That is, unless it regenerates over the next day or two, and there is "some potential" for that to happen, said senior hurricane specialist Lixion Avila of theNational Hurricane Center. Otherwise, the storm, which had...
  • Mission workers from Kokomo shot during volunteer trip in Haiti

    Mission workers from Kokomo shot during volunteer trip in Haiti
    Four missionaries from Kokomo, Ind. were shot Thursday night during an attempted robbery in Haiti.   The four men wounded in the shooting were part of a group of 14 mission workers from Oakbrook Church in Kokomo who went to Haiti to volunteer. The...
  • Preacher says tornado victims didn't pray enough

    Preacher says tornado victims didn't pray enough
    The nation’s heartland continues to pick up the pieces following a series of tornadoes that destroyed whole families and entire towns. At least 42 twisters raged through ten states, killing 39 people, including an Indiana family of five. The 14-...
  • Mystery surrounds Maryland's Mega Millions winner

    Mystery surrounds Maryland's Mega Millions winner
    A woman who lives in Baltimore's Westport neighborhood believes she is one of three winners of the world-record Mega Millions jackpot. Merlande Wilson is an immigrant from Haiti, and a mother of seven children. She says she and her co-workers went in...