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Court grants restaurants a break on wages


There’s a sigh of relief for restaurants around Michigan as the state Court of Appeals Thursday shot down a lower court’s ruling that would have resulted in a wage increase for tipped workers. Michigan Restaurant and Lodging

USPS: Clear Walkways


With much of Michigan hit with a winter storm, it’s another reminder to clear your walkways for delivery workers. The U.S. Postal Service is asking you to clear your walkways, driveways, porches and areas around the mailbox.

Lawmakers react to State of the State


Southwest Michigan state lawmakers are reacting to Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s State of the State address. Speaking for Republicans, state Senator Aric Nesbitt released a video filmed at a grocery store, saying Whitmer’s priorities are in the wrong

Huizenga talks debt ceiling negotiations


The U.S. Treasury Department has been using what it calls “extraordinary measures” to pay government obligations as a stalemate over raising the debt ceiling continues between congressional Republicans and President Joe Biden. Congressman Bill Huizenga tells us

Two Dead In Berrien Township Crash


Two people have died in a crash in Berrien Township Tuesday night. Michigan State Police say a 60-year-old Baroda man and an 80-year-old Niles woman were killed when one of them lost control of their vehicle and