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State Investing In EMT Recruitment

The state of Michigan is investing $30 million to help train and recruit more EMS workers and first responders. Michigan Association of Ambulance Services Executive Director Angela Madden told Michigan News Network there is a severe shortage

County Crews Cleaning Up After Storms

Cleanup crews are hard at work around Benton Harbor and St. Joseph following a powerful storm that moved through the area Thursday night. Tree limbs are down across the area and some residential streets are still blocked.

County Employees Mourn Road Worker

Berrien County officials are reminding drivers of the importance of being extra cautious when near work zones following the death Wednesday of a Berrien County Road Department employee. 57-year-old William “Mack” Isom of Baroda was worked to

Woman Killed In Benton Township

Benton Township police have arrested a 30-year-old Lansing man for allegedly shooting and killing a 33-year-old Benton Harbor woman last night. Police say the two were arguing in a Jeep and she was shot once in the

Michigan Seat Belt Use Up Slightly

A few more Michiganders are buckled up than last year. A new observation study by Michigan State University finds seat belts were used 92.9% of the time in 2022 compared to 92.6% in 2021. The survey results