KALAMAZOO, Mich. (WOOD) - A dozen young survivors of breast cancer from the Kalamazoo area have come together to give a realistic and encouraging look at life as breast cancer survivors as younger women through photography and short essays about their experiences. In this unified effort, the hope is to raise money for research so that your mom, your sister and your daughters do not have to go through breast cancer like these women did. On November 2, join the The Pink Owl Project and share hope.
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The case of a man accused of the involuntary manslaughter of three children who died in a February apartment fire is ready to go to a jury.
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