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COVID Exposure App Now Available

Michigan is rolling out a phone app to notify people when they’ve possibly been exposed to COVID-19. Michigan Department of Health and Human Services spokesperson Bob Wheaton tells WSJM News MI COVID Alert is anonymous, no cost,

Protect Yourself From Package Thieves

With a surge of online holiday shopping expect this year, law enforcement officials are warning local residents to be on the lookout for package thieves. Southfield Police Chief Elvin Barren recommends investing in a home surveillance system.

Larry Robert Davis

Larry Robert Davis, age 68, of Edwardsburg, died peacefully Thursday morning, November 12, 2020. His life began February 25, 1952 in Elkhart, Indiana, the youngest of four children born to Charles and Merle Davis. Larry was a

Whitmer Moves To Shut Down Line 5

Governor Gretchen Whitmer has taken action to shut down Enbridge’s Line 5 pipeline through the Straits of Mackinac. Her office has released the following: Today, Governor Gretchen Whitmer and Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Director Dan Eichinger notified Enbridge that the

LaSata Tests Positive For COVID-19

State Senator Kim LaSata has tested positive for COVID-19. Her office has released the following: State Sen. Kim LaSata, R-Bainbridge Township, on Friday announced she was informed Thursday evening that she tested positive for COVID-19 during a

Benton Harbor Boil Water Order Lifted

A boil water order issued last Friday for the city of Benton Harbor has been lifted. The city has released the following: The City of Benton Harbor residents were informed of a precautionary boil water advisory beginning

LMC To Hold International Week Virtually Next Week

Lake Michigan College is planning to celebrate this year’s International Week remotely. LMC nursing instructor Kathleen Szymanski tells WSJM News International Week is an annual event to celebrate cultures around the world. “It goes along with supporting