Local News Archives

Governor Renews Parking Ticket Law

Fro the Associated Press —  Rick Snyder has signed legislation keeping intact a law that puts people’s driver’s license at risk if they have three unpaid parking tickets. Michigan in 2012 enacted a law dropping the threshold from

Doctor Talks Holiday Depression

It’s supposed to be the most wonderful time of the year, but holiday depression is real for many Michiganders. That’s why doctors want people to take it seriously and to know how and where to find help.

Proos Warns About Holiday Scams

The holidays may be a time of fun for most of us, but state Senator John Proos reminds everyone of things they need to do to avoid being ripped off. He tells WSJM News online shopping may

BH Schools Holiday Concert Tonight

Coming up tonight will be a chance to ring in the holidays with some music courtesy of Benton Harbor Area Schools. The Benton Harbor Area Schools Holiday Concert will be Wednesday, December 19 from 6 p.m. to

BH Middle School Principal To Keep His Job

The middle school principal at Benton Harbor Area Schools will keep his job. After three closed sessions Tuesday night, the board of education voted unanimously on a resignation letter that Arts and Communication Academy Principal Fred Roseburgh

Cities Sue To Recover Opioid-Related Costs

From the Associated Press — Cities and counties across Michigan are the latest to sue drug companies and retailers over the consequences of excessive opioid use. They want the companies to reimburse local governments for the costs of

One Killed In Cass County Crash

An Elkhart man is dead as the result of a crash in Cass County this morning. The sheriff’s department tells WSJM News 48-year-old Daniel Staley lost control on an icy patch of Mason Street at Union Road

LaSata Writes Op-Ed Regarding MSU Sex Assaults

State Representative Kim LaSata is calling on Michigan State University President Lou Anna K. Simon to “seriously consider resigning.” Simon has been under fire over MSU’s handling of sexual assault cases on campus. Specifically, the furor is