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Police Investigate "Suspected Drug Activity" At St. Joseph High School

There is very little being released by the St. Joseph Department of Public Safety after several police cars and K9 units were reported at St ...Read More

Van Buren County Voters Being Asked To Approve 9-1-1 Fees Again

Voters in Van Buren County are being asked for a second time to approve a ballot question to fund the county's 9-1-1 Central Dispatch ...Read More

Groundbreaking Next Week For YMCA Expansion

Ground is about to be broken on a $3-plus million expansion of the Benton Harbor-St ...Read More

New Buffalo Officials Arraigned On Misdemeanor Charges

Three New Buffalo city officials are due back in court in early November for a pre-trial conference on misdemeanor charges of violating the Open Meetings Act ...Read More

Governor, State Health Officials: Ebola Threat Low, But Preparations Made

Governor Snyder says the state is aggressively planning and working with hospitals across Michigan to protect people should there be an Ebola case within our borders ...Read More

Senator Proos Touts 21 New Human Trafficking Laws

New protections are now in place in Michigan for victims and survivors of human trafficking ...Read More

Whirlpool Corporation Promotes Three Top Executives

Whirlpool Corporation has some new top executives ...Read More

Attorney General, AmeriGas Settle Price Gouging Lawsuit; Refunds Pending

AmeriGas and the state of Michigan have reached a settlement on a price gouging lawsuit filed by Attorney General Bill Schuette in Berrien County this fall ...Read More

New Buffalo Mayor, Mayor Pro Tem, Council Member Facing Charges

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

Berrien County GOP Holding Terri Lynn Land Fundraiser Wednesday In Paw Paw

The Republican nominee for the U.S. Senate in Michigan will be in Southwest Michigan on Wednesday for a fundraiser at St ...Read More

Three Arrested, CPS Called In Van Buren County Drug Raid

Three Paw Paw residents are jailed with a slew of drug charges pending after narcotics officers raided a home in the 36-thousand block of County Road 653 this morning in Almena Township ...Read More

Upton Calls New Ebola Travel Restrictions A "Good Start"

Congressman Fred Upton is calling new restrictions on travelers from West Africa into the United States a good first step, but far from a solution ...Read More

Niles Haunted House Scream Park Hits 1.6 Million Visits

A southwest Michigan Halloween institution has hit a milestone ...Read More

Efforts Starting To Help With Affordable Care Act Open Enrollment

Republicans in the U.S. House have tried and failed dozens of times to get rid of the Affordable Care Act, but it's not going away anytime soon ...Read More

BHAS Holding Special Security Meeting After Gun Found At High School

The Benton Harbor School Board will hold a special meeting Thursday night to discuss safety in the district after a student was found with a gun at the high school last Thursday ...Read More

Appointment Of New Benton Harbor City Commissioner Approved By Commission

C.F. Jones is being recommended to become the new Benton Harbor city commissioner in the 2nd Ward, succeeding Trenton Bowens ...Read More

Voting, Fundraiser Underway Now For St. Joseph Library Carpet Upgrade

Following up on a story we brought to you last week, the St ...Read More

Michigan Chamber Of Commerce Considering Petition Drive For Road Funding

A petition drive is being discussed by the Michigan Chamber of Commerce to find a solution for road funding in Michigan ...Read More

Governor Snyder Speaks Out On Economy, Campaign

Governor Snyder is touting his success in helping to turn around Michigan's economy over the past four years ...Read More

Police ID Body Found In Pipestone Township; Possible Drug OD Investigated

Police have identified the man found dead in his home in Pipestone Township late last week as 29-year-old Eric Coleman ...Read More

Hartford-Area Woman Arrested For Drunk Driving In Jail Parking Lot

A Van Buren County woman is locked up after mistaking the county jail for a bar over the weekend ...Read More

Suspicious Death Investigated In Pipestone Township

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

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