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Today's Pork Production Is Nothing To Snort At

How has science and technology impacted what farmers are doing today to raise food? That question and many others will be answered next week when Dr ...Read More

WSJM Says Goodbye To Reporter And Anchor Jason Scott

All too often in the radio and television news business, a reporter is on the air one day and gone the next without any explanation ...Read More

United Way Offering Money Workshops

The Van Buren County United Way is offering a new workshop to help people that are in dire financial straits improve the situation ...Read More

Senator Proos: October Is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October is Breast Cancer awareness month, and state Senator John Proos is encouraging uninsured women to take advantage of free screenings on Saturdays ...Read More

Lakeshore To Induct 5 Into LHS Athletic Hall Of Fame

Five former athletic stars from Lakeshore High School's past will be inducted Friday into the LHS Athletic Hall of Fame ...Read More

Work To The Dyckman Bridge Begins Monday

Work on the Dyckman Bascule Bridge in South Haven will begin next week ...Read More

Senator Proos To Hold Tele-Town Hall Meeting Tonight

A tele-town hall meeting is being hosted by state Senator John Proos tonight ...Read More

Woman Dies More Than A Week After Single Car Wreck In Arlington Twp

One of the three people involved in a single car wreck last week in Arlington Township has died ...Read More

New Anti-Bullying App Launched

A new school safety initiative has launched in Michigan, encouraging students, parents, and community members to anonymously share any kind of threatening behavior through a system called OK2SAY ...Read More

Missing St. Joseph Teen Found Thanks To Tip

A 14-year-old St. Joseph girl is back with her family after disappearing Sunday night ...Read More

St. Joseph Public Safety Looking For Missing 14-Year-Old Girl

The St. Joseph Department of Public Safety is asking for help finding a missing 14-year-old girl ...Read More

Voter Registration Deadline Nears For November General Election

The voter registration deadline is fast approaching for the November general election ...Read More

Kinexus: Blight Down, Employment Up

Blight is down and employment is up, according to Kinexus in Benton Harbor ...Read More

House Speaker Bolger Touts GOP Successes In State Government

The 2015 Fiscal Year starts for the state of Michigan on Wednesday, with the budget already having been signed, sealed and delivered months ago ...Read More

GM Victim Compensation Fund Approves More Claims

Deaths attributed to problems with defective ignition switches in General Motors vehicles have now risen to 23 ...Read More

Man Allegedly Breaks Parole, Found Growing Pot

A man with a number of marijuana plants growing outside his house has been arrested in Van Buren County ...Read More

St. Joseph Public Art Auction Brings In Nearly $28,000 For Lighthouse Forever Fu

The goal was a lofty $50,000 for the St. Joseph public art auction over the weekend ...Read More

Gas Leak Displaces Some Watervliet Residents

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