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State Releases Eat Safe Fish Guides

Officials have released the 2016 editions of Michigan’s regional Eat Safe Fish Guides. The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services says the guides help to ensure that people who eat fish are minimizing exposure to chemicals

MI Trump Delegates Satisfied With Candidate

Michigan’s Donald Trump delegates to the Republican National Convention this year say they’re pleased with what they heard from the candidate. West Michigan delegate Matt Hall was on the floor of the Quicken Loans Arena when Trump

MDOT Not Expecting Hot Weather To Impact Roads

The heat wave being experienced by southwest Michigan this weekend is not considered a problem by the Michigan Department of Transportation. Spokesperson Nick Schirripa says the heat probably won’t cause road problems unless there’s a quick plummet

SWM Housing Market Strong In June

The housing market in southwest Michigan remains strong, with prices up for the month of June, while total unit sales were slightly down. Gary Walter, with the Southwest Michigan Association of Realtors, says the most striking thing

Whirlpool Reports Record Second Quarter Earnings

Whirlpool Corporation has reported record second-quarter financial results. The latest numbers were released Friday, showing second-quarter net earnings of $320 million, or $4.15 per diluted share, compared to $177 million, or $2.21 per diluted share, reported for

Lansing Serial Killer Up For Parole

A man who admitted to killing four mid-Michigan women in the 1970s is up for parole. The Lansing State Journal reports Thursday that 61-year-old Donald Miller is scheduled to meet next month with a member of the state

Cotter: Prevailing Wage Repeal Off Table

It was a priority for Michigan Republicans when this legislative session began, but not anymore. Speaker Kevin Cotter says an attempt to repeal the state’s prevailing wage law is off the table for the remaining 20 legislative