Judge Rejects SW MI Farmer’s Plea Deal
U.S. District Court Judge Paul Maloney is ruling the five years agreed to by Stamp and prosecutors falls far short of what Stamp should serve.
Young People Advance At Battle Creek’s MYCA
The program is run by the Michigan National Guard at both Fort Custer and the VA Medical Center just to the north.
Democrat Whitmer Ready To Counter State Of The Union Message
The selection of the governor for the talk has led to increased speculation that she could be a presidential running mate pick, though she has said she is not interested.
Democrat Bloomberg Spends Big Time On Michigan
Bloomberg is paying $7.5 million to pay for a flourish of TV ads across Michigan through tomorrow.
Marijuana Causing Fatal Vehicle Crashes?
The statistics show the number of drivers involved in fatal crashes testing positive for active THC, pot’s primary psychoactive drug, doubled following legalization.
ALERT – 911 Call Systems In Michigan Partially Off-Line
In most counties throughout the state, texting functions appear to be working OK.
New Housing Project For Marshall
The site of a former State Farm Insurance complex is now being touted as a location for small duplexes or cottage style homes.
State To Borrow $3.5 Billion For Roads
The Governor claims the borrowing is the only way the state can effectively pay for repairs to the state’s road system.
Michigan Gas Prices Fall Below $2.00 A Gallon
With a new energy policy the last three years that promotes domestic production, even full out military action by Iran against US bases in Iraq had no impact. And the prices we’re being charged continue to fall.
Deadly SW MI Home Invasion
Police say the two men broke into a Dowagiac home and one of them shot and killed one of the residents.