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  • Deputy: Wyclef Jean to Run for President of Haiti

    Deputy: Wyclef Jean to Run for President of Haiti
    PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti -- The former head of Haiti's Chamber of Deputies says singer Wyclef Jean is about to announce his candidacy for president of a nation struggling to recover from the Jan. 12 earthquake. Former Deputy Pierre Eric Jean-Jacques tells...
  • Evacuations Underway as East Coast Braces for Hurricane Irene

    Evacuations Underway as East Coast Braces for Hurricane Irene
    MIAMI, FL -- Hurricane Irene intensified into a Category 3 storm Wednesday as it battered the Bahamas and threatened to lash much of the United States' East Coast in coming days. Irene could reach Category 4 strength by Thursday, the National Hurricane...
  • A Dream Realized

    A Dream Realized
    Our departure is upon us. Photojournalist Adam DeBacker and I will soon be boarding a plane to Port-au-Prince on a trip we’ve talked about making for a year an half. Adam and I have covered a lot of tragedies together- tornadoes, shooting sprees,...
  • Airport Ordeal

    Airport Ordeal
    I feel naked. And naive.   Naked because I have no luggage, and naive to think my bag would have arrived in Port-au-Prince ten hours after bidding it adieu in Chicago.    It might get here tomorrow morning.   It might not.   No one here is in too much...
  • Halifax in Haiti: Group Hopes to Stop Spread of Cholera

    Halifax in Haiti: Group Hopes to Stop Spread of Cholera
    FOX 4 Morning Anchor Loren Halifax is in Haiti, volunteering her services to earthquake victims as that country tries to recover a year after the deadly quake, and she is Working for You with more on an aggressive program that hopes to stop the spread...
  • One Year Since Earthquake Devastated Haiti

    One Year Since Earthquake Devastated Haiti
    Wednesday marks one year since the devastating quake in Haiti that killed more than 230,000 people.  State Department officials in Port-Au-Prince marked the somber anniversary.  Even though aid groups moved in almost immediately with food, water, and...
  • GVSU To Develop Scholarships For Haitian Students

    GVSU To Develop Scholarships For Haitian Students
    Haitian high school students could earn scholarships to Grand Valley State University through a fund the school hopes to develop from donations. The project, called "Empowering Haiti Through Education Fund," would seek private donations to encourage...
  • Local Haiti earthquake recovery volunteers talk about experience

    Local Haiti earthquake recovery volunteers talk about experience
    There were memorials throughout Haiti Wednesday to mark the one year anniversary of the 7.0 earthquake that devastated the country. The quake killed almost a quarter of a million people and injured 300,000 more. A year has passed, but more than a...
  • Haitians Mark Grim Anniversary of Killer Quake

    Haitians Mark Grim Anniversary of Killer Quake
    Wednesday marked a day of grim rememberance for Haitians, as services were held to remember the victims of the devastating earthquake which rocked the island nation of Haiti one year ago. FOX 4's Loren Halifax is in Haiti to volunteer her services with a...
  • Haitians Mourn Dead One Year After Earthquake

    Haitians Mourn Dead One Year After Earthquake
    Hatians marked the one year anniversary of the magnitude 7 earthquake that killed more 230,000 people and left triple that amount homeless. Across the country people wore white, a color associated with mourning in Haiti, to remember the dead and...
  • Fort Wayne family to live in Haiti helping earthquake victims

    Fort Wayne family to live in Haiti helping earthquake victims
    One Indiana family is leaving the comfort of their home to devote a year of their lives to helping the people of Haiti. Liz Malmstrom, a registered nurse, and her husband Rick, a paramedic, first visited Haiti last summer. The Fort Wayne couple...
  • On Faith: Pray for those who've hurt with words

    The old nursery rhyme is a lie: "Sticks and stones may break by my bones but words will never hurt me." We know the truth. More of us are hurt, wounded, maimed and killed by words than by sticks and stones. Words can kill. They can be just as lethal...