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Coloma Teen Killed In Crash

A 17-year-old from Coloma is dead following a two vehicle crash early Friday in Hartford Township. Michigan State Police tell WSJM News it happened on Red Arrow Highway near 70th Street around 1:20 a.m. A vehicle driven

Upton Talks Congressional Harassment Training

Congressman Fred Upton has thrown his support behind a plan that would require sexual harassment training for all employees of Congress as well as the members themselves. That comes shortly after allegations of sexual misconduct about Senator Al Franken and

Shoppers Hit Stores For Black Friday

Many Michiganders have cleared the Thanksgiving table to get out to the stores. Holiday shopping doesn’t wait for Black Friday anymore, with many retail outlets opening last evening. Michigan News Network caught up with a few of

One Dead In Casco Township Crash

One person is dead in a crash in Casco Township. It happened just before 10 last night at 109th Avenue and 66th Street. South Haven Area Emergency Services tells us the driver of a pickup that rolled

Hunters Reminded Of Safety Tips

Hunters have fanned out across the state to seek out that prize deer as part of firearm hunting season. It kicked off this week, running through November 30, and Berrien County Sheriff’s Department Chief Deputy Robert Boyce

Mark III Wins Celebrated Service Award

The Mark III Grille and Bar in St. Joseph is the latest winner of the Celebrated Service Award. The Celebrated Service Award is given out by Celebration Cinema each year to salute businesses in the theater chain’s

USDA Expert Talks Thanksgiving Food Safety

Food safety is something to keep in mind this Thanksgiving, according to the USDA. Food safety specialist Archie Magoulas tells WSJM News when cooking the turkey, or almost anything else, a food thermometer is your best friend.

Detroit University Reducing Undergrad Costs

The University of Detroit-Mercy is resetting its tuition for undergraduate students. President Dr. Antoine Garibaldi tells Michigan News Network they’re lowering their costs to 2008 levels. They’re going from $41,000 dollars to $28,000 dollars. “We selected $28,000 for that