WML Wednesday Show Notes: CEO Spotlight, Newaygo Flooding, and Tim Conway

On today's West Michigan Live, Jim Paparella of D.A. Blodgett-St.John's joined the show for CEO Spotlight and Newaygo Flooding with Newaygo GOP Chair Diane J. Schindlbeck.

 

BIG 3

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Alabama lawmakers passed an abortion bill that supporters hope will be sent on a collision course with Roe v. Wade. The bill was sent to the governor's desk last night. Some are calling it the most restrictive bill in the country. 

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The US military says American troops in Iraq and Syria are now on a higher level of alert due to "credible and possibly imminent" threats from Iran. The State Dept is pulling government employees due to the treats. 

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The body of a missing Grand Haven man was discovered yesterday in the north branch of the Muskegon River.  Jeff Scarbrough's body was found in his SUV near the Creston Road Public Boat Launch south of Giles Road in Muskegon Township.  

He was last seen Saturday, when he went golfing about three miles north of the boat launch. He was then supposed to go pick up his son and was reported missing when he didn't show up. 

There were no obvious signs of a struggle and they don't have any evidence that the death is suspicious, but the investigation continues. An autopsy will be conducted.  While searching for Scarbrough Monday, friends said he was well-liked and a committed father.

Notables

Slight Chance of a Brief Shower Later Today

Chance of a Shower or Storm Thursday and Friday

Astros routed the Detroit Tigers 11-4 on Tuesday night, extending their winning streak to seven games.

Justin Verlander is on the mound tonight

It's National Police Week, where numerous communities and law enforcement against honor fallen officers across the nation. Today, Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer ordered flags all over the state to be lowered to half staff in honor of those who lost their lives in the line of duty.

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