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New Poll Shows Wide Support For Gun Bills


A new poll shows there’s wide support for gun reform legislation being considered by state lawmakers. Glengariff Group founder Richard Czuba says it’s contrary to everything that we hear that voters are polarized on these issues. “They

LMC reschedules millage renewal request


Lake Michigan College is moving its millage renewal request from the May ballot to the August ballot. LMC  Spokesperson Jennifer Shoemaker tells us that’s due to language in the original proposal that may have been inconsistent with

MPSC Fielding Power Outage Complaints


The Michigan Public Service Commission has taken hundreds of complaints regarding power outages over the past two weeks. Commission Chairman Dan Scripps says he understands the frustration of thousands of DTE Energy customers because the electrical grid

Benton Harbor Man Busted For Drugs


A 22-year-old Benton Harbor man is facing several felony charges after being arrested March 2 after a police chase. He took off from an attempted traffic stop on Pipestone Road in Benton Township, and police ended the

Effort continuing to restart Palisades


Holtec International is hoping the second time is the charm now that it’s submitted another application to the U.S. Department of Energy for funds to restart the Palisades nuclear power plant in Van Buren County. Holtec spokesperson