WSJM Morning News-9/14/2020

WSJM Morning News-9/14/2020

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In this edition:

  • Two teenage girls had to be pulled from Lake Michigan at Weko Beach in Bridgman yesterday.
  • Police say a deadly shooting inside a mall happened after an argument between two men.
  • The Cook nuclear power plant near Bridgman will be testing its 70 emergency sirens in the coming weeks.
  • Legislation intended to help protect police officers and their families from harassment or worse has been introduced in the Michigan House by state Representative Beth Griffin of Mattawan.
  • Less than two months away from the November election, and already a record number of Michigan voters have requested an absentee ballot for the November election: 2.1 million.
  • With the fall arriving, the Berrien County Health Department is urging everyone to get their flu vaccine.
  • Lake Michigan College has already been hearing from prospective students interested in the state’s new free tuition program for frontline workers.