Originally from Chicago, Kim Shine is happy to call Michiana home.
She’s worked in both Champaign, Ill., and Milwaukee, and has been a reporter, anchor and a producer.
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Kim has a bachelor’s degree from Grand Valley State University (Go Lakers!) and earned her master's from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism.
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ISIS claimed responsibility for the attack, which came just weeks after President Trump said "we have beaten them and we have beaten them badly."
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The cousin cannot be charged because Texas state law does not allow charges for anyone younger than 10.
The Department of Defense said Wednesday that the fourth person not yet identified was a contractor.
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