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One Hurt In Rollover Crash

A 40-year-old Cassopolis man is hospitalized at Borgess Lee Memorial Hospital after rolling his car Tuesday night in Cass County. Mark Martin was heading north of M-62 when he lost control around a curve and hit a

Mackinac Policy Conference Underway

There will be a lot of talking, but we’ll have to wait and see if anything will come out of the Detroit Regional Chamber’s annual Mackinac Policy Conference, which started Monday. More than 1,300 business, community and

State Gas Price Up 3¢

Michigan’s average gas price continues to set record highs. Triple-A Michigan says the price is up 3¢ in the past week to $4.60, up 58¢ in the past month and a $1.55 higher than last year. Metro

Lawmakers Want Action On Farm Prices

State lawmakers have passed two resolutions urging the Congress and federal and state agencies to immediately address the ongoing fertilizer price increases and shortages that are severely impacting Michigan farmers. Representative Steve Carra from Three Rivers says

49% Of GOP Undecided On Governor

Interesting results in the latest look at the Republican race for governor of Michigan. It comes days after half of the field was wiped off the ballot over fraudulent signatures. Target Insyght pollster Ed Sarpolis says 49%

Seven Shot, One Killed, In Benton Harbor

Police are investigating after seven people were shot, one fatally, in Benton Harbor on Memorial Day. The Benton Harbor Department of Public Safety says officers were sent to the 900 block of Pipestone Street around 2:20 a.m.

Bridge Work Near Watervliet Starts This Week

Drivers are being advised of a bridge project about to start near Watervliet. The Michigan Department of Transportation says it’s investing $800,000 to repair the M-140 bridge over the Paw Paw Lake outlet near Watervliet starting Wednesday.

TSA Offers Summer Travel Tips

Tens of thousands of people are expected to head to the airport and travel during the summer. The unofficial kickoff is this coming Memorial Day weekend. Michigan TSA security director Steve Lorincz says travelers should arrive early

New Beach Rules In South Haven

The city of South Haven has posted signs announcing the penalties for swimming or walking out on to the pier during dangerous conditions. City Manager Kate Hosier tells WSJM News the city council in January approved a