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Lisa Brown: Experience Will Make Schauer Administration Different From Granholm


Democratic lieutenant governor nominee Lisa Brown says she and running mate Mark Schauer have a plan ready for when they take office if they're elected on Tuesday ...Read More

Brandon Out As U-M Athletic Director, Interim AD Former Steelcase CEO


Dave Brandon is out as the athletic director at the University of Michigan ...Read More

Law Enforcement Passes FEMA Attack Drill At Palisades


Southwest Michigan law enforcement has passed a drill at Palisades nuclear plant with flying colors ...Read More

Michigan Gas Prices Now Under $3; Some Area Prices Down To $2.87


Gas prices in Michigan are now averaging less than $3 for the first time in four years ...Read More

Isiah Newson Wins First Dr. John M. Proos Volunteer Of Year Award For SPGA Champ


Isiah Newson is the inaugural recipient of the Dr ...Read More

EPIC-MRA Poll: Governor's Race A Dead Heat


The polls are extremely tight in the race for governor in Michigan as we are just a few days away from the election ...Read More

Democrats To Rally In Benton Harbor Friday; Schauer To Visit BH Saturday


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

Cleveland Avenue To Be Closed Early Next Week South Of Hilltop


Getting into the parking lot for Martins Super Market on Cleveland Avenue in St ...Read More

Kinexus JAG Program At BHHS Getting Boost From AT&T


AT&T will be giving a $20,000 check to the Kinexus Jobs for Michigan's Graduates program Thursday morning at Benton Harbor High School ...Read More

Existing Home Selling Prices Up, Numbers Down Through Third Quarter Locally


The number of homes sold in southwest Michigan through the third quarter of the year is down, but prices are up ...Read More

Veterans Listening Session Thursday Night In Benton Harbor


Area veterans are being invited to a Veterans Listening Session Thursday at VFW Post 1137 in Benton Harbor ...Read More

RTAB Approves New Benton Harbor Commissioner, Talks Water And Sewer


The city of Benton Harbor is looking into issues with its water and sewer department ...Read More

Van Buren County United Way's Stuff The Bus Food Pantry Drive Is Saturday


The fourth annual Stuff the Bus Food Pantry Drive is this weekend in Van Buren County ...Read More

Governor Snyder Hits Wide Range Of Topics In Econ Club Speech


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

Celebration Cinema's Celebrated Service Award Voting Opens Wednesday


Celebration Cinema is opening the voting for their Celebrated Service Awards on Wednesday ...Read More

Gun, Drug Charges Faced By Benton Harbor Teen After Traffic Stop In Bridgman


A Benton Harbor man is facing several gun charges after a traffic stop in Bridgman on Monday ...Read More

Upton Honored By WMU Med School, Nat'l Assoc. Of Community Health Centers


Congressman Fred Upton is being recognized by the National Association of Community Health Centers ...Read More

Quarterly Profit Up For Whirlpool, But Full-Year Outlook Reduced


A jump in sales of washers and dryers, cooktops, stoves and refrigerators in North America and Europe boosted Whirlpool's quarterly profit ...Read More

Changes Proposed For Concessions At Howard Ice Arena


Twisted Dog owner Marge Rivera and her husband John are seeking to take over the concession business for this winter at the John and Dede Howard Ice Arena in St ...Read More

City Of St. Joseph Gets Clean Audit For Last Fiscal Year


A clean audit once again for the city of St. Joseph ...Read More

Man Arraigned On Armed Robbery, Home Invasion Charges


53-year-old James William Baney is now formally charged with several counts of armed robbery and home invasion for a string of crimes in Berrien County ...Read More

Proos To Introduce New Car Seat Regulation Bill


State Senator John Proos has a bill that will be introduced in the Senate next week to revise car seat laws in Michigan ...Read More

Lt. Gov: Agema's "Camel Jockey" Comment "Completely Unacceptable"


Michigan's lieutenant governor is trying to distance himself and Governor Snyder from the latest incendiary comments by Michigan Republican National Committeeman Dave Agema ...Read More

Update: DNR Official Talks About Negative Asian Carp eDNA Samples


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

Nonstop Flights Begin Between South Bend, NYC Metro Area


You can now fly nonstop to the New York City area from South Bend International Airport ...Read More

DNR: Samples Negative For Silver Carp eDNA In Kalamazoo River


The Michigan Department of Natural Resources says all water samples on Kalamazoo River in Allegan County are negative for environmental DNA from Asian carp ...Read More

Waterfront Film Festival Adds Full-Time Regional Coordinator


The operations of the Waterfront Film Festival are getting bigger ...Read More

Recall Petitions Approved In Bertrand Township


Efforts are underway in southern Berrien County for a recall ...Read More

Proos Introduces STEM Diploma Legislation


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

License Renewed For Unit 1 At Cook Nuclear Plant Through 2034


The Cook Nuclear Plant will continue to operate for another 20 years ...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

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