Local News Archives

State Lawmakers Urge Passage Of Dream Act

This week marks the one year anniversary of the Supreme Court decision allowing the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA, to continue. State Representative Mary Cavanaugh of Redford says the ruling only specified that the

DNR Urges Safety At Great Lakes Beaches

The Michigan Department of Natural Resources is urging visitors to state parks to be cautious when they swim in the Great Lakes. It says stronger currents are often found near the outlets of rivers and breakwalls, especially

Nessel Announces Transgender Policy

Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel says her department’s new transgender policy will help ensure all Michigan residents are treated with proper respect. She announced the department-wide policy last week and talked about it in a YouTube video.

Grand Junction Man Charged In Meth Bust

A Grand Junction man is facing charges related to the sale of meth in Van Buren County. The Van Buren County Sheriff’s Department says detectives wrapped up a six month investigation into 31-year-old Jacob Rader with his

Red Cross: Severe Blood Shortage In Michigan

There is a severe blood shortage nationwide and here in Michigan. That’s what the American Red Cross is experiencing, according to spokesman Todd Kuhlman. “That’s due to the number of trauma cases, organ transplants and elective surgeries

New Tuesday COVID-19 Cases Under 200

The number of new COVID-19 cases in Michigan for Tuesday remains under 200 at 182. The Department of Health and Human Services says there has been a pandemic total of 892,651 cases. There were 26 deaths with