WSJM Morning News – June 14, 2018

  • The man charged with killing his ex-girlfriend and her father near Coloma in 2016 is going to spend 40 to 60 years in prison. 
  • The Auction has ended on the Orchards Mall. 
  • A warning is going out from the Berrien County Sheriff’s Department about a possible phone scam or fraud. 
  • The 2018 Heart of Cook grants have been announced. 
  • The Federal Reserve has announced its raising interest rates. 
  • An off campus party near Grand Valley State University in Allendale turns into a shooting. 
  • The nation’s capital is capitalizing on catching drivers caught in the red light camera’s eyes. 
  • Antarctica is considered a key indicator of climate change–and the melting of the frozen continent is speeding up.