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Entergy, Palisades Avoid NRC Fines With Security Procedure Reforms


Entergy and the Palisades nuclear power plant are making changes to be sure they are properly verifying the training credentials of staff and management across Entergy's entire fleet ...Read More

Man Charged In Vandalia Stabbing Incident


A Cassopolis man is charged with assault with attempt to murder and assault with a deadly weapon for a stabbing early Sunday morning ...Read More

Commissioner Yarbrough Stresses Voting Rights And Importance


Vote in the August primary election. That's the message from Berrien County Commissioner Mamie Yarbrough ...Read More

Proos, Schuette Warning Of Malware Threats To Phones, Tablets


With the rise of smartphones and tablet computers also comes the rise in threats from outsiders trying to hack in ...Read More

AEP, St. Joseph Public Safety Looking Into Attempted Scam


Indiana Michigan Power and the St. Joseph Department of Public Safety are looking into an attempted scam that happened Monday ...Read More

Pscholka: Primary Opponent Not Backing Proposal 1 To Eliminate Personal Property


Voters go to the polls in two weeks for the August primary election, and there will be more than just deciding on state and local lawmakers before us ...Read More

Red Cross Putting Out Urgent Call For Blood Donors


The American Red Cross is facing a looming blood shortage as donations tend to slide in the summer ...Read More

Repairs Ongoing To Whirlpool Compass Fountain


The Whirlpool Compass Fountain in St. Joseph remains closed for repairs, and those appear to be on schedule to take about two weeks ...Read More

Loss Of Funding Could Close Michigan Community Health Centers


More than 700,000 Michiganders use their services, but community health centers across the state and nationwide are peering over the edge of a funding cliff, and there is concern for their future ...Read More

Fire Destroys Hagar Township Home


A house along Red Arrow Highway is a total loss after an early morning fire in Hagar Township ...Read More

Mary Donald Fills Benton Harbor's Vacant Commissioner At Large Seat


Benton Harbor leaders have filled a vacant seat on the City Commission, but not without some controversy ...Read More

City Commission Votes To Settle Former Building Inspector's Lawsuit


It's been over three years, but Barney Martlew of Portage may get his pay-day from the City of Benton Harbor ...Read More

Upton Says Migrant Stream Proves Immigration Policy Needs Attention


Thousands of young people have been streaming over the border from Mexico into the United States for months under the impression that they will be allowed to stay in the U ...Read More

Proos, Senate, Upton Push For Missile Interceptor For Fort Custer


There is a chance a new missile interceptor system could be located in west Michigan ...Read More

Construction To Begin Soon At Lakeshore High School


Phase One construction at Lakeshore High School is fast approaching ...Read More

Agriculture Chairwoman Stabenow Announces Disaster Relief For Fruit Growers


Financial help is on the way for Michigan fruit growers whose crops were damaged during the spring of 2012 ...Read More

Vandals Sought In Paw Paw, Lawton Incidents


The Van Buren County Sheriff's Department is trying to find several suspects accused of egging the Strength Beyond Gym, the US Post Office, and at least one car in Paw Paw on Thursday ...Read More

Woman Charged In Connection With Dowagiac Stabbing


Dowagiac police are investigating a stabbing early Friday morning that sent 52-year-old Gary Grady to Kalamazoo's Borgess Hospital with several wounds to his neck and back ...Read More

Dowagiac Woman Killed In US 12 Crash In Bertrand Township


A Dowagiac woman has died in a crash on US 12 between Red Bud Trail and Mayflower Road ...Read More

Business Leaders: Innovate Or Die


Innovate or die. That's the message from a forum held Friday afternoon at the headquarters of the Whirlpool Corporation featuring U ...Read More

U.S. Commerce Secretary: Manufacturing Perception Needs To Change


U.S. Commerce Secretary Penny Pritzker says the Obama administration is trying to change the perception of manufacturing in America to lure young people to what are now very high-tech and skilled jobs ...Read More

Pscholka Confident Heading Into Primary


State Representative Al Pscholka isn't buying into the analysis from Inside Michigan Politics' editor Susan Demas saying she thinks he's vulnerable in the August 5th primary ...Read More

Berrien County Corporate Counsel: No Commissioners Holding Incompatible Offices


Berrien County corporate counsel Donna Howard says no county commissioners are holding incompatible offices ...Read More

Inside Michigan Politics' Susan Demas Feels Pscholka Vulnerable In Primary


Political analysts in Lansing are watching one of the August primary races in Berrien County closely ...Read More

Overheated TV Causes Fire At New Buffalo Hotel


An overheated television is blamed for a fire Sunday morning at O'Brien's Inn and Resort in New Buffalo. The hotel was evacuated, and two women were treated at the scene for smoke inhalation. The fire started in a vacant room on the first floor, and the Berrien County Sheriff's Department tells us everyone was able to get out safely. No damage estimate is available yet. There were 37