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Study: Women Pay More In Michigan For Auto Insurance

Michigan’s Coalition Protecting Auto No-Fault is announcing the results of a study the finds auto insurance companies are discriminating against drivers based on their gender and marital status. Doug Heller conducted the investigation and says Progressive, Liberty

Upton Praises Harvey Relief Funding

Congressman Fred Upton is praising a House vote on Wednesday to advance Hurricane Harvey relief funding. The emergency legislation setting aside more than $7 billion for the Federal Emergency Management Agency Disaster Relief Fund passed on a

Weekend 5K To Benefit SWM Police

Set for this weekend is a 5K run to raise money for police around southwest Michigan. Marianne Groth with the Southwest Michigan Racers tells WSJM News it’s the second time her group has partnered with Berrien County Strong Community

Benton Harbor School Trustee Avoids Censure

Benton Harbor School Board Trustee Lisa Gulley has avoided censure. At a meeting this week, the board rejected a resolution that would have formally censured her for allegedly violating the code of conduct during meetings and talking

Snyder On Trade Mission To Japan, Germany

From the Associated Press — Michigan Governor Rick Snyder is traveling to Japan and Germany for a 10-day trade trip. The governor leaves Tuesday for Japan, where he will stay until next Monday, when he heads to Germany. Snyder

Democrats Blast Trump DACA Decision

President Trump’s decision to end the DACA program is being blasted by the Berrien County Democratic Party. Communications Chair Dr. Larry Feldman tells WSJM News the move to force out young “dreamers,” as some call them, was

West Michigan Drug Operation Busted

The break-up of a drug ring operating in Benton Harbor and Grand Rapids over the weekend has resulted in 18 arrests, with four suspects still at large. Authorities seized about a million dollars cash, 30 kilograms of

5K Run To Benefit Police This Month

A new event is coming up in St. Joseph to raise money for police causes around Michigan. St. Joseph City Commissioners last week approved the Back the Blue 5K for Riverview Park on September 9. Berrien County Sheriff’s