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New Buffalo residents petition against military vehicle

In December 2013, Berrien County Sheriff’s Department received an armored vehicle from the Department of Defense. Since then, some Berrien County residents have been petitioning to have the former military vehicle removed. Read more »

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Gov. Rick Snyder discusses possible Ebola outbreak in Michigan

Michigan Governor Rick Snyder sat down with state health officials Wednesday to discuss how prepared the state would be if Michigan were to see a case of Ebola. Read More »

Michigan governor signs bill into law, toughens previous law

On Tuesday, Michigan Governor Rick Snyder signed a bill into law that has gained a lot of online attention, with some claiming it bans the sale of Tesla cars in the state. Read More »

Michigan freshman injured in "knockout game"

A freshman at Oakland University in Rochester, Michigan was a victim of the "knockout game" and suffered a concussion. Read More »

Family member strikes and kills 14-month-old in driveway

A fourteenth-month old was killed in her driveway on Thursday morning. Police said it happened when a family member backed out of the garage and struck her. Read More »

Homeowner wants to trade house for iPhone 6

A Detroit homeowner is willing to trade his house for an iPhone 6. Read More »

Benton Harbor homeowners concerned about long-term water leak

Neighbors in a Benton Harbor community say a busted pipe has caused water to rush down Mineral Avenue since April. Read More »

Michigan fans calling for athletic director's resignation

The University of Michigan is being plagued by controversy following Saturday’s game against Minnesota. Read More »

U of M football coach criticized for keeping injured player in game

University of Michigan head football coach Brady Hoke said he didn't know his player was injured when he kept him in the game. Read More »

Convicted killer who escaped Michigan prison pleads guilty

Convicted killer Michael Elliot pleaded guilty to escape in court Thursday. Read More »

Detroit porch shooter sentenced

Wednesday, the Detroit-area man convicted of shooting and killing an unarmed teenager on his porch in November was sentenced to 17 years in prison. Read More »

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