File photo of the South Haven lighthouse by WMUK

An agreement with the state would keep Benton Harbor High School open. Right to Life kicks off a petition drive to ban an abortion procedure. No swimming advisories are issued in Van Buren and Berrien Counties. 

Western Michigan University Seal. Photo by WMUK

The Michigan Supreme Court takes a case over reimbursing private schools for some expenses. Governor Whitmer says lawmakers should stay in session and finish a budget. WMU Trustees will set tuition during a Wednesday meeting.

The governor signs a spending bill with money for drinking water and an investigation into clergy sex abuse. A technology upgrade could shut down the tethers used to keep track of released prisoners. An increase in travel is forecast for Independence Day. 

State Capitol - file photo. Photo by Cheyna Roth, Michigan Public Radio Network
Cheyna Roth / Michigan Public Radio Network

Governor Whitmer and a Kalamazoo area lawmaker are at odds over a bill to legalize online gambling. Police investigate the vandalizing of state Republican Party headquarters. Should ceremonial balloon releases be banned in Michigan? 

File photo of road construction by WMUK

Governor Whitmer says years of moving around money has made Michigan’s roads among the worst in the country. This year’s first case of West Nile Virus in in the state is reported. State lawmakers approve help for farmers.