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News@noon: Who cares when Detroit kids die?

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Today is Thursday, April 21,2016, and three government workers, each charged with helping protect the drinking water in Flint, now face criminal charges for failing to do so. And as we get closer to the root of the problems in Flint, Attorney General Bill Schuette has said there will be even more charges coming.

Michael Prysby, from left, Stephen Busch and Michael Glasgow

The governor says he has not been questioned yet in the probe.

Here's what else is making news today:

Who cares when Detroit kids die?

Wrestling world mourns

  • Chyna, the tall, muscle-bound, raven-haired pro-wrestler who rocketed to popularity in the 1990s and later made the rounds on reality TV, has died, authorities said. She was the first and only woman to win the WWE's Intercontinental Championship. She was 46

In this Nov. 16, 2003 file photo, Joanie Laurer, former pro wrestler known as Chyna, flexes her bicep as she arrives at the 31st annual American Music Awards, in Los Angeles. Chyna, the WWE star who became one of the best known and most popular female professional wrestlers in history in the late 1990s, has died.

Happening in sports

A surprise helping hand

  • LaVonte Dell could have gotten two tickets from the Westland police officer when he was pulled over and didn't have a car seat for his daughter. Instead, he had his faith in humanity restored.

Light a flame

A new $20 bill

Women on 20s, which led the charge for woman on U.S. currency, made an image of what a Harriet Tubman $20 could look like.

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