SW Michigan

Aggregated news from sources around the state

Kalamazoo City Hall - file photo. Photo by Sehvilla Mann, WMUK
Sehvilla Mann / WMUK

A report finds state corrections department workers face high risks of depression and PTSD symptoms. A Kalamazoo City Commission resolution calls for allowing undocumented residents to get driver’s licenses. Some Michigan hospitals report low blood supplies.

Michigan Supreme Court Building - file photo. Photo by Cheyna Roth, The Michigan Public Radio Network
Cheyna Roth / Michigan Public Radio Network

The state Supreme Court will hear arguments about “adopting and amending” two potential ballot proposals. Interlochen says it has cut ties with the financier accused of sex crimes. The Growlers and Bombers enter the All-Star break with losses. 

A photo from June 20 shows water muddy with sediment at the Asylum Lake Preserve across from the BTR II site.
Courtesy photo / Steve Keto

The Michigan Supreme Court says prosecutors in two Allegan County cases relied on expert testimony, rather than specific evidence to win convictions. Tests show no arsenic at a WMU construction site. Could remains found near Sturgis be a Revolutionary War veteran? 

Kalamazoo County Administration Building - file photo from WMUK
WMUK

President Trump threatens a veto over proposals to phase out PFASes. Kalamazoo County’s Treasurer warns of counterfeit bills. A case of measles is confirmed in northern Michigan. 

Michigan Supreme Court Building - file photo. Photo by Cheyna Roth, The Michigan Public Radio Network
Cheyna Roth / Michigan Public Radio Network

The Michigan Supreme Court weighs its role in deciding a case over the Legislature amending of citizen-initiated laws. Slower economic growth is reported in West Michigan. A fire at Kalamazoo’s Latvian Lutheran Church is under investigation.

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