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One Killed In Cass County Crash

One person is dead after a crash in Jefferson Township in Cass County late Monday night. The driver lost control of the car on Brownsville Road, with Cass County deputies saying it was due to speed and

New COVID-19 Numbers Released

The latest COVID-19 numbers are out from the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services. The number of new cases is at 451, lower than it’s been in weeks. Seven more have died from the illness. In

Michigan COVID-19 Cases At 102,017

Michigan has 539 new COVID-19 cases as of Sunday for a total of 102,017. The Department of Health and Human Services says six new deaths have been recorded to bring that figure to 6,473. In southwest Michigan,

Governor Moves State Women’s Commission

The Michigan Women’s Commission is moving from the Department of Civil Rights to the Department of Labor and Economic Opportunity. The move was announced by Governor Gretchen Whitmer on Wednesday as she says she aims to enhance

Strong Home Sales In July

Home sales in southwest Michigan during July were up, and so were the selling prices. The Southwestern Michigan Association of Realtors says pent-up demand was unleashed as the number of homes sold went up by 51% from

Water Rescue In South Haven Saturday

South Haven Area Emergency Services says a man is hospitalized after being pulled from Lake Michigan on Saturday. SHAES has released the following: South Haven Area Emergency Services responded to an incident off the South Beach on

SHAES Responds To Fire At Business

SHAES responded to an alarm at the Urban Studio Salon and Spa, 410 Phoenix Street in the central business district, at 8:57 a.m. Saturday. An employee coming to work smelled smoke upon entering the building. SHAES responders

SMC Leaders Excited To Bring Back Cross County

Southwestern Michigan College expects to find out in October if it can bring back its cross-country program. The college announced this summer it’s decided to resurrect the Roadrunners, which were disbanded about 25 years ago. College officials