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I&M Power Restoration Update

Indiana Michigan Power continues to work on restoring service to customers who lost it in Monday’s storm. The company has released the following statement: More than 900 employees of Indiana Michigan Power, other power companies and business

State COVID Numbers For Tuesday

Michigan is reporting 796 additional cases of COVID-19 for Tuesday. The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services says there have been a total of 88,756 cases of the illness in the state since the start of

Work Starts Monday On M-63 In St. Joseph

More orange barrels are coming to St. Joseph starting next week. On Monday, the Michigan Department of Transportation is scheduling work for M-63 from Milton Park south to Harding’s. They will be making pavement repairs between Midway

Power Still Out For Thousands

Thousands remain without power from Monday’s wind storm. Indiana Michigan Power reports just over 14,500 in the Benton Harbor-St. Joseph area as of 11:30 this morning. They’re cautioning this will be a multi-day event to bring back

UPDATE — Missing Teens Found Safe

UPDATE: The missing teens referenced in this story have been found safe. Previous story: The Covert Township Police Department is looking for two missing teenagers who may be in Kalamazoo. It says Myangel Jeffries and Tonjonae Davis

State COVID-19 Numbers For Monday

Michigan is reporting 557 additional cases of COVID-19 for Monday. The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services says there have been a total of 87,960 cases of the illness in the state since the start of

Cass County Joins Kinexus

Now working with Kinexus and Market Van Buren is Cass County. Market Van Buren Director Zachary Morris tells WSJM News it’s forming a partnership with Cass County to help raise the area’s economic development profile. The process

Secretary Of State Seeks Election Law Reforms

About 10,000 votes mailed in for the Tuesday primary in Michigan didn’t count, even though they were postmarked before the election. That’s according to Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson. She’s calling for changes to the state’s election