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Flood Warnings Until Further Notice

The Muskegon river at Croton Dam sits at 12.8' and is forecast to crest at 13.1'.  Major flooding will continue.  The structural integrity of the Dam remains, which is very good news.  Remember, flood stage is 9.0'.  

FLOOD WARNINGS remain along the Rogue river below Rockford and the White river above Whitehall.  The White river sits at 6.3' and is falling.  The Rogue river sits at 8.0', which is flood stage, and is also falling.  

Stay with for the latest flooding updates!   

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Former GRPS Superintendent suing district

Updated: Thursday, February 28 2013, 07:54 PM EST
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GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (NEWSCHANNEL 3) - The former Superintendent of Grand Rapids Public Schools is suing the district, claiming it owes him hundreds of thousands of dollars.

Dr. Bernard Taylor says the district has not paid him more than $330,000 as part of his severance agreement.

Taylor's complaint says the district is refusing to pay the money because of misconduct or mismanagement while he was still working in the district.

His attorney says the claims are false, exaggerated, and defamatory.

Grand Rapids School District leaders will not comment on the issue at this point.

Taylor is now the Superintendent for East Baton Rouge Parish School District in Louisiana.

To read the legal complaint for yourself, just click here.
Former GRPS Superintendent suing district
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