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Police Investigate Break-In At The DANK

The Berrien County Sheriff’s Department is investigating a break-in at the DANK in Sodus Township. It says the break-in at the facility on Pipestone occurred sometime between 4 p.m. Thursday and 9:30 a.m. Friday. The suspects made

Police Remove More Than 100 Cats From MI Home

From the Associated Press — Authorities say they temporarily evacuated a home in southern Michigan after a woman was found living with more than 100 cats. The animal control divisions of the Calhoun County sheriff’s department and the Battle Creek

Six Arrested At Flint Water Meeting

From the Associated Press — Police say six people were arrested for disorderly conduct or other reasons at a Flint church during a town hall meeting related to the city’s crisis with lead-tainted water. Flint police Chief Tim

Michigan Unemployment Rate Falls In March

From the Associated Press — The state says Michigan’s unemployment rate fell to 5.1 percent in March while the number of people entering the workforce continued to grow. The Michigan Department of Technology, Management & Budget said Wednesday

Lakeshore Schools Could Seek Improvement Bond

Lakeshore Schools could be pursuing another improvement bond. Superintendent Phil Freeman tells WSJM News he’s proposing a more than $20 million bond for next year to complete upgrades proposed in a 2012 facilities study. The work would include

Michigan State Police Celebrate 100 Years

From the Associated Press — In 100 years, the Michigan State Police has gone from being a temporary wartime emergency force of 300 men to a full-service law enforcement agency with nearly 10 times more employees. The agency

May Day Protests Planned In Support Of Immigrants

Immigration reform activists from across the state have met to announce Michigan’s role in the nationwide resistance to the Trump administration’s immigration policies. Adonis Flores, with Michigan United, tells Michigan News Network he fears the policies hurt

Statewide Tornado Drill Wednesday

If you hear some sirens going off around 1 p.m. Wednesday and the weather looks clear, then there’s no need to worry. Michigan State Police Sergeant Ken High tells WSJM News there’s a statewide tornado drill going