SW Michigan

Aggregated news from sources around the state

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A new monument in Lansing will honor fallen police officers. The state health department moves its Kalamazoo location. Downtown Kalamazoo restaurant Food Dance could reopen in mid-November. 

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Michigan’s Congressional campaigns are setting records for fundraising. KVCC inaugurates new president Marshall Washington this week. A new law makes marijuana infused alcohol illegal in Michigan. 

A court decision says private schools can receive public money to meet state mandates. Small business owners and activists make a case for paid sick time. WMU men’s soccer wins in overtime.

The former director of the Kalamazoo Strong non-profit group is sentenced to two years’ probation. U.S. Senate candidates debate again, this time in Detroit. The straits of Mackinac become a “no anchor” zone. 

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A new executive director for Kalamazoo’s Douglas Community Association. A debate with candidates for U.S. Senate in Michigan. WMU women’s soccer gets a win at home. 

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