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Home values in Detroit up

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The city of Detroit is celebrating this week as it’s reached another major milestone for the city’s Black homeowners. Nearly $3 billion has been added in home wealth since 2014 for those who stayed in the city,

SMC Student Art Show Opens

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Sashenka Cruz of Dowagiac and Cecilia Matthews of Edwardsburg received recognition April 16 at Southwestern Michigan College’s annual student art show in the Art Gallery of the Dale A. Lyons Building. Cruz won the popular vote for

‘Trolling with the Troops’ set for June

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Southwest Michigan Steelheaders is busy planning the next “Trolling with the Troops” event, which is scheduled for June 21 and June 22. The tradition brings together boat captains and veterans for a day of camaraderie, fishing, and

GM moving to new headquarters

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General Motors is moving its headquarters out of the Renaissance Center and into a new building that’s being built on the side of the former Hudson’s building in Detroit. Many are now wondering what could come of

MDOT conducting travel survey

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The Michigan Department of Transportation is kicking off a household travel survey that will provide information needed to set transportation priorities for the next 20 years. MDOT’s Katie Beck tells us MI Travel Counts surveys were started

Palisades Nuclear meeting tonight at LMC

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The Nuclear Regulatory Commission is meeting tonight (Wednesday) in their first public meeting to discuss the Palisades Nuclear power plant restart. This is part of the agency’s assessment of the plant’s readiness to potentially resume operations. This

Nesbitt tours southern U.S. border

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State Senator Aric Nesbitt is back in Michigan after taking a trip down to the southern U.S. border last week. Nesbitt tells us he and other lawmakers from around the country were hosted in Eagle Pass by

Nesbitt tours southern U.S. border

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State Senator Aric Nesbitt is back in Michigan after taking a trip down to the southern U.S. border last week. Nesbitt tells us he and other lawmakers from around the country were hosted in Eagle Pass by