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SWM Homes Sales Up In November

It’s been a good year for the regional housing market. Philip Amodeo, with the Southwest Michigan Association of Realtors, tells WSJM News 2016 will likely replace 2006 as a reference year, as the market has finally recovered from

Shoppers Reminded To Stay Vigilant

Shoppers are reminded to stay vigilant as Christmas gets closer. If you’re hitting up stores at the last minute, Kalamazoo County Sheriff Richard Fuller tells us you should still take precautions not to get robbed. Watch out

Governor Signs Energy Plan

A far-reaching energy plan has been signed into law by Governor Rick Snyder. The package sets the state’s energy goals for the next several years. State Representative Aric Nesbitt tells us it considers just about everything. “We

SWM Lawmakers Say Goodbye In Lansing

State Representative Al Pscholka has said goodbye to the Michigan House. Outgoing lawmakers got to give their farewell messages on the floor Wednesday. Pscholka has a message for the kids of Michigan, telling them even if they

Not Guilty Pleas Entered In Flint Water Case

Not-guilty pleas have been entered by three of the four people newly charged in the Flint water investigation. Gerald Ambrose, Howard Croft and Daugherty Johnson briefly appeared in court Tuesday. They are charged with conspiracy and other crimes.

Snyder To Attend Trump Inauguration

Even though he didn’t support Donald Trump for president, Michigan Governor Rick Snyder says he will attend his inauguration next month in Washington, D. C. He says it’s important to get along with everyone. “I think it’s

Former Emergency Managers Charged In Flint Water Crisis

More charges have been filed by Michigan’s attorney general in the investigation into the lead-tainted water crisis in Flint, Michigan, including against two former state-appointed emergency managers. Attorney General Bill Schuette on Tuesday charged former emergency managers Darnell