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UPDATE: MSU cheerleader out of hospital

EAST LANSING, Mich. (LANSING STATE JOURNAL) - Taylor Young, the Michigan State cheerleader who took a hard spill during MSU's basketball win Wednesday at Breslin Center, is fine and out of the hospital.

MSU associate athletic director John Lewandowski confirmed that Young was discharged from Sparrow Hospital early this morning.

MSU athletic director Mark Hollis said in a text message that Young is "all good" after a scary few moments Wednesday evening.

The 20-year-old junior from Twin Lake fell on her face during a timeout in the first half of the Spartans' win over Florida State. She was motionless for a few minutes before medical personnel carefully lifted her to a stretcher.

Young was able to smile and give two thumbs up as she was wheeled off the court.

Well wishes for Young have poured in over social media and LSJ.com.

Muskegon Wesco station robbed

MUSKEGON, Mich. (WZZM) - Muskegon Police hope surveillance photos will lead to the arrest of three suspects who held up a convenience store.

The robbery happened Wednesday at the Wesco gas station on West Laketon. One of the suspects was wearing a plaid jacket with a hood and long, orange plaid shorts. The two other suspects were wearing black jackets, with masks and also hoods.

Anyone with information about the robbery is asked to call Muskegon Police at 231-724-6751.

Mona Shores scores 5 third period goals, downs FHC

MUSKEGON, Mich. (WZZM) - It took two periods for the Mona Shores hockey team to find it's groove Wednesday night against visiting Forest Hills Central, but once they did, the Rangers had no answer.

The Sailors exploded for five goals in the third period and blew out visiting Forest Hills Central, 7-1.

The Sailors (1-1) did it with defense, too, stopping FHC on seven power plays in the second period.

Shores entered the final stanza holding a slim 2-1 lead.

Colin Rabach scored twice for Mona Shores, and Adam Ulfsax had a goal and two asissts.

Mona Shores goalie, Nate Rabitt had 15 saves.

The Sailors out shot the Rangers Wednesday night 28-16.

New rules could affect farmers

MUSKEGON COUNTY, Mich. (WZZM)- The government is considering a long list of changes that could affect Michigan farmers.  The rules may keep children under 16 from herding animals and driving tractors on farms not owned by their parents.

A Montague farmer and the Michigan Farm Bureau are voicing opposition.  WZZM 13's Jon Mills has that story in the attached video report.

If you would like to submit a comment to the federal government by December 1, click here.

New Occupy Movement Begins in West Michigan

From: Occupy The Lakeshore

MUSKEGON - A new occupy movement has begun in west Michigan in solidarity with the Occupy Wall Street and world-wide movements in other cities.   The new group, called "Occupy The Lakeshore" recently split off from the Occupy Muskegon movement to allow its members to pursue a different approach to achieve similar goals.  Additionally, the group hopes to become a cohesive entity for Muskegon and north Ottawa County movements to coordinate their activities to "amplify their voice" in direct actions of similar interest.

Fifth graders coach younger peers on use of manners

Fifth graders coach younger peers on use of manners

Fifth-grade students at Muskegon’s Nelson Elementary School are on a mission to model and coach their younger peers in the use of good manners. Led by teachers Cheri Crouch, Dawn Roesler and Stacy Vanderwater, all 48 fifth-grade students have been dubbed “experts” and are part of a “club” that promotes manners like talking respectfully to adults and peers; respecting the comments, opinions, and ideas of others; making eye contact when talking with someone; and using positive body language.

Jury selection begins for man charged in shooting

MUSKEGON, Mich. (WZZM) - Jury selection is underway for a Laketon Township man accused of shooting his girlfriend.

David Detamore, 46, is charged with assault with intent to murder and one count of felony firearms. He's accused of shooting Stacy Jo Smith, 38, inside their Laketon Township home, then waiting 45 minutes before calling 911.

The trial is scheduled to last until Friday. If convicted, Detamore could spend the rest of his life in prison.