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Powerball Jackpot Up To $700 Million

The Powerball jackpot for Wednesday’s drawing is now up to $700 million. That’s the second highest it’s ever been. The Michigan Lottery’s Jeff Holyfield tells WSJM News he’s met Lotto players who have won some of those massive

Motorcyclist Killed In Coloma Township Crash

A motorcyclist is dead after a crash with a car on eastbound I-94 in Coloma Township Monday night. The Coloma Township Police Department tells WSJM News the crash happened around 9 p.m. The motorcyclist has been identified as 66-year-old

Paw Paw Getting A Biggby Coffee

Paw Paw is the latest southwest Michigan community to get a Biggby Coffee. The new establishment opens for business Tuesday at the corner of Kalamazoo Street and Berrien Street just off of I-94. Owner Linda Marcon says

Crowds Gather To View Solar Eclipse

Crowds around southwest Michigan have had their chance to check out this week’s solar eclipse. Viewing parties were held around the region on Monday as the sun was totally obscured by the moon for a few minutes.

Berrien County Land Auction Tuesday

Set for Tuesday is the Berrien County Treasurer’s annual summer land auction. Treasurer Bret Witkowski tells WSJM News they’ll have 211 foreclosed properties available for purchase. “There are properties in most communities,” Witkowski said. “Houses, a lot

Three Stabbed In Vehicle Near Paw Paw

Three people are hospitalized with stab wounds following what police call a domestic violence incident near Paw Paw. Police were called to a vehicle on M-43 at 30th Street just before 11 last night. The three victims are

Drowning in Selkirk Lake

An accidental drowning is being investigated in Wayland Township. Just before midnight Saturday night, Allegan Central Dispatch received a call of a missing swimmer at Selkirk Lake. The caller reported that two older females were swimming in the

MDOT Issues Solar Eclipse Safety Advisory

The Michigan Department of Transportation is asking drivers to be extra careful during Monday’s total solar eclipse. Spokesperson Nick Schirripa tells WSJM News the agency is concerned about people pulling over along the sides of roads to