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UPDATE: Partition falls on young girl at Gwinn High School

UPDATE, 9/4/15: Police say they received notification around 6:15 a.m. Friday that four-year-old Amarah Filizetti passed away from her injuries received in the accident in Gwinn High School Thursday. The investigation into the accident is ongoing. The family of Amarah asks for privacy at this time. __________ GWINN, MI-- A four-year-old girl has been seriously injured in an accident at Gwinn High School. Forsyth Township Police say Thursday around 10:15 a.m. they were called to the high...
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Belt leaving Marquette Fire Department

MARQUETTE, MI-- Marquette Fire Chief Tom Belt is retiring. He’s been a firefighter for 41 years, and served as chief for the past 21. Belt will leave his post at the end of the year. Ian Davis, Fire Inspector for the Marquette Fire Department, has been suggested to the city manager as a replacement for Belt.
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KENOSHA, WI--   Kenosha Beef is recalling more than 89,000 pounds of pork product because they may be contaminated with small pieces of metal.  

The recall includes 24-ounce cartons of Johnsonville Grillers Cheddar Cheese and Bacon Flavor and 13.5-pound cases of Johnsonville Grillers Cheddar Cheese and Bacon Flavor containing nine, 24-ounce cartons. 

The frozen patties were produced on May 13.  Recalled packages bear the establishment number EST. 425B and a “BEST FLAVOR BY” date of 12-29-15. 

In what was an emotional and contentious scene at the Rowan County, Ky., Courthouse this morning, one dramatic legal standoff came to an end, when a gay couple was issued a marriage license.

James Yates and William Smith, who had tried this five times before, arrived at the courthouse just as the sun started peeking out from under the mountains on the horizon.

They walked past protesters — condemning them and cheering them — and entered the clerk's office.

Updated at 9:50 a.m. ET

The Labor Department says that the U.S. economy added 173,000 jobs in August, a figure that fell short of expectations but nonetheless appeared to shrug off turmoil in overseas markets, particularly China.

In a separate survey, the department's Bureau of Labor Statistics said the unemployment rate had dipped to 5.1 percent — a seven-year low.

Updated at 9:35 a.m. ET

Here are the latest developments in the migrant crisis in Europe:

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Saudi Arabia's new king is at the White House on Friday and Iran is expected to be high on the agenda. The Obama administration has been trying to reassure Gulf Arab allies that a nuclear deal with Iran doesn't mean that the U.S. will turn away from its other concerns about Iranian activities in the Middle East. To prove that, the U.S. is stepping up military sales to Saudi Arabia.

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