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MICHIGAN NEWS

Delivered by Strickland's Love Lansing at 2:59pm 4/19/18

Governor Snyder is releasing a new school safety plan, recommending that the state spend 20-million-dollars to upgrade school security. Snyder's plan includes 18 initiatives such as strengthening buildings with better lock systems.

Former Olympian and Michigan resident Desiree Linden has become the first American woman to win the Boston Marathon in 33 years. Linden finished with an unofficial time of two-hours, 39-minutes and 54-seconds.  

A nationwide E. coli outbreak is affecting Michigan. CDC officials say 35 people across the country were sickened after eating contaminated romaine lettuce. At least one of the victims is a Michigan resident.  

Authorities in Baldwin are identifying a woman who was struck and killed by a car over the weekend. They say Christina Lynn Kunna was walking in traffic on U.S. 10 Saturday when she was hit and pronounced dead at the scene.   

A 23-year-old River Rouge man is facing charges of impersonating a police officer. Blake Purvis was arraigned Monday on the misdemeanor charge for allegedly stopping a car carrying two men who turned out to be members of a police community patrol group.   

Police said they've caught three vandals who shot up vehicles and houses with a slingshot and marbles last week in southern Ionia County and northern Barry County. The incidents happened April 11 and April 12. 

Crews with the City of Manistee continue to assess damages left by a weather phenomenon called a seiche. Officials say it happened during Friday's storm, it’s caused by extreme high or low pressure which causes sudden changes in water levels.

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