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Whitmer Says She Never Felt Threatened


Making an appearance in Detroit on behalf of House Democratic candidates, Governor Gretchen Whitmer is again weighing in on last week’s revelations of a plot to kidnap and possibly kill her. 13 people have been charged. The

Video Inmate Visits Get Pilot Program


Since prisoners in Michigan prisoners have not been able to have visits from family and friends since March because of the pandemic, the state Department of Corrections is setting up video visits at a couple of prisons.

Coolest Thing Made In Michigan


What do you think is the coolest thing that’s made in Michigan. That’s what the Michigan Manufacturing Association is trying to find out with a contest. John Walsh is president and CEO of the association and says

Animal Adoptions Increase During Pandemic


From the Associated Press — Animal shelters and rescue groups around Michigan’s state capital have seen a big spike in adoptions since March as people have increasingly turned to the companionship of furry friends during the coronavirus

Governor Signs Expungement Legislation


Legislation reforming Michigan’s expungement laws has been signed by Governor Gretchen Whitmer. Among other things, the bipartisan package allows a person to set aside marijuana offenses if they would not have been crimes if committed after the

Motorcyclist Hurt In Cass County Crash


A motorcyclist is at South Bend Memorial Hospital for a head injury suffered in a Sunday crash in Cass County. Deputies were called to the crash scene near the intersection of Dutch Settlement Road and East Street

Three Dead In Crash


Three people are dead following a crash near South Haven on Monday. South Haven Area Emergency Services says it responded to the scene at the intersection of Baseline Road and 60th Street around 12 p.m. Three people,

Cook Nuclear Plant Completely Offline


Indiana Michigan Power’s Cook Nuclear Plant is completely offline. Unit 2 tripped automatically at 12:26 a.m. Monday due to lowering water level in one of its four steam generators. An inspection found everything functioned normally after the

Berrien Community Foundation Announces Awards


The Berrien Community Foundation this week announced $175,000 in grants to local organizations at its 68th Annual Meeting and Celebration. Held in the parking lot of the Mendel Center at Lake Michigan College, BCF President Lisa Cripps-Downey