The Democratic nominees for lieutenant governor and attorney general will headline a rally in Benton Harbor Friday afternoon along with Paul Clements, who is trying to knock Fred Upton out of Congress ...Read More
There weren't many stipulations put on Governor Snyder by the Economic Club of Southwestern Michigan ahead of Tuesday night's address as part of the club's Speaker Series except it couldn't be a campaign speech ...Read More
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources is done with water sampling on the Kalamazoo River until next spring now that 200 samples taken early this month were negative for environmental DNA from invasive Asian carp ...Read More
Legislation has been introduced in the state Senate that would allow a student to receive a science, technology, engineering and mathematics, or STEM, certification on their high school diploma, which would also be visible on student transcripts ...Read More
Three elected officials in New Buffalo are facing charges of violating the Open Meetings Act. The Berrien County Prosecutor's Office expects that by the end of the day Wednesday, Mayor Pete Weber, Mayor Pro Tem Donna Messinger, and City Council Member George Scarlitis will have been arraigned on the misdemeanor charge.
The move by the prosecutor follows several weeks of investigation
A suspicious death is under investigation in Pipestone Township. The Berrien County Sheriff's Department tells us they received a report of a missing person Friday morning, and found that person dead inside their home in the 2800 block of Fairview Road. Investigators and the Berrien County Medical Examiner's office are working to determine the cause of death. An autopsy is expected to be
Due to a gas leak the Red Cross is providing shelter for residents of an apartment complex in Watervliet. All 54 units of the Tri-City Village apartment complex were evacuated Sunday. Firefighters tell our news gathering partners at NewsCenter 16 the gas leak started because of an electrical malfunction. The problem isn’t expected to be solved until at least Tuesday. The Red Cross shelter