SW Michigan

Aggregated news from sources around the state

No new sentence for Larry Nassar. Ferris State professors are ordered back to the classroom. A second death due to West Nile Virus in Michigan this year.

Filters should be installed for owners of residential wells east of the Kalamazoo River by the end of the week. Michigan Democrats and Republicans finalize their statewide tickets for November. A series of events this week in Detroit will honor the life of legendary singer Aretha Franklin. 

Bottled water is distributed in Parchment due to high levels of PFAS - file photo
Gordon Evans / WMUK

The order not to drink tap water remains in effect in Parchment. A Senate committee hearing next month will examine the federal government's role in addressing PFAS's. The state says eight cases of West Nile Virus have been confirmed this year, and one person has died. 

WMUK

West Nile virus is found in birds in Kalamazoo County. Environmentalists call for stricter standards for PFAS's. Plunging temperatures could cause danger in Lake Michigan. 

Michigan State Police

Governor Snyder wants to bring broadband to rural areas of Michigan. The Gull Lake School District names an interim superintendent. Police will pay extra attention to part of I-94 Wednesday. 

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