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Early Morning Rush: Thursday, July 11, 2019

Here's a look at some of today's top stories.
Grand Haven State Park beach is a place rip currents can form. Be aware of water conditions before swimming in the lake, and know what to do if you are caught in a rip current. (Photo: 13 ON YOUR SIDE)

GUN STORE BREAK-IN | The Kent County Sheriff's Office is looking for the four masked suspects who broke into a Kent County gun shop and stole 23 guns early Wednesday morning.

SKELETAL REMAINS IN STURGIS | Skeletal remains were discovered in  Sturgis Tuesday and local and state law enforcement, along with Western Michigan University's Anthropology Unit are working to determine if they're human and how they got there. 

MEIJER GIVING TEACHERS DISCOUNTS | Teachers getting ready for the school year can get a back-to-school discount starting now until Sept. 28 at all Meijer stores. Teachers can get the 15% off discount by presenting a current school ID at their local Meijer Customer Service desk  

MUSKEGON'S 150th CELEBRATION | Muskegon is celebrating 150 years this week with a three-day concert series that starts today.  Starting at 5:30 p.m. the Ultimate Taste Band, then Phil Denny and finally Grammy-nominated R&B singer Freddie Jacks

DANGEROUS SWIMMING CONDITIONS | A warning for dangerous swimming conditions on Lake Michigan beaches from St. Joseph north to Whitehall is in effect from 11 a.m. Thursday through 2 a.m. Friday. Beaches with particularly dangerous conditions include: North Beach in South Haven, Holland State Park and Muskegon State Park.

THE FORECAST | West Michigan will enjoy a brief cool down before a weekend warm-up. Today will become mostly sunny and less humid.

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