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Nessel Announces PFAS Settlement

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Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel has announced a settlement agreement for the cleanup of a PFAS contaminated site in Livingston County in the first such deal since the state filed suit against multiple manufacturers, back in 2020.

Comet to be visible this week

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It’s called Comet C-2022-E-3 and you can see it this week. The last time it buzzed near the Earth was 50,000 years ago. John French, the editor of the Abrams Planetarium sky calendar for Michigan State University,

DNR Busts Kalamazoo Hunter For Alleged Poaching

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Michigan conservation officers credit calls to their tipline that led them to a Kalamazoo hunter. Department of Natural Resources Law Enforcement say 55-year-old Scott Meisterheim is a poacher with little remourse. He’s now charged with 10 violations.

Murder-Suicide In Decatur Township

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Michigan State Police are investigating a murder-suicide in Decatur Township. A man and a woman were found shot to death Friday night in a home in the 38-thousand block of 82nd Avenue. Their names have not been

Murder-Suicide In Decatur Township

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Michigan State Police are investigating a murder-suicide in Decatur Township. A man and a woman were found shot to death Friday night in a home in the 38-thousand block of 82nd Avenue. Their names have not been

Lakeshore to purchase property

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Lakeshore Public Schools will purchase 18.8 acres of land next to the middle school following a Monday meeting of the board of education. Superintendent Greg Eding said the property at John Beers Road near Washington Avenue will

Teenager Killed In Cass County Crash

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A 19-year-old man from Edwardsburg has died in a crash in Cass County early Sunday morning. The sheriff’s department says Gage Strawderman was eastbound on US-12 when he went off the road and hit several trees just

Bridgman park to get revamped playground

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A grant of $75,000 from the American Electric Power Foundation will help the city of Bridgman improve a popular park. Bridgman Recreation Director Sara Ball tells us the grant will go toward replacing the playground at Toth

County planning work at jail

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There’s going to be a lot of work at the Berrien County Jail this year. Speaking to colleagues this past week, Berrien County Commissioner Jim Curran said among the projects will be the installation of a new