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Three Oaks Gas Station Robbed

Police are looking for a man who robbed the Speedway gas station on West Ash Street in Three Oaks early Monday morning. The Berrien County Sheriff’s Department tells us a white man walked in around 4:30 am

Two Killed, Five Hurt In I-94 Crash

A blown tire may be to blame for a crash that killed two people and injured five others on Interstate 94 in Lake Township just before 3 p.m. Sunday. The Baroda-Lake Township Police Department tells WSJM News

Suspected Arsonist Escapes Bangor Police

Bangor police are trying to find a man accused of breaking into a laundromat, setting it on fire, and stealing money. Chief Tommy Simpson tells WSJM News 21-year-old Dominick Wheeler somehow managed to break free and escape

SMC Breaks Ground On Nursing Expansion

Southwestern Michigan College has broken ground on its new nursing facility expansion. SMC President Dr. David Mathews tells WSJM News dignitaries gathered Wednesday to celebrate the beginning of $9.6 million in work to roughly double the size

5K To Honor Law Enforcement Set For Tomorrow

Set for tomorrow is a 5K run to raise money for police around southwest Michigan. Marianne Groth with the Southwest Michigan Racers tells WSJM News it’s the second time her group has partnered with Berrien County Strong Community in Action

Proos To Hold Tele-Town Hall

State Senator John Proos is planning a tele town hall meeting for this month. He tells us he wants folks to call in and offer their thoughts on any issues that might concern them. The tele town

John Beers I-94 Ramp Closed

The Michigan Department of Transportation is advising the public that the ramp from John Beers Road to eastbound I-94 in Stevensville has been closed. MDOT is doing shoulder and pavement repairs on the ramp. As a result,

Electrical Fire Closes State Capitol

No one is injured, but the Michigan Capitol has been temporarily closed due to a small fire. State Senator John Proos tells us the electrical fire broke out Friday morning, and one person had to be treated

First Responders Honored In Lansing

First responders from around southwest Michigan have been welcomed to the Michigan Capitol to mark 9/11 for the year. The state House held its annual September 11 Memorial Service Thursday. Mattawan state Representative Beth Griffin welcomed Van