Driver Accused Of Killing Pedestrian, Moving Body To WoodsA woman's body was found in a wooded area in southwestern Michigan, miles from where the 64-year-old was struck by a vehicle while out for a walk, police said.
Whitmer Declares State Of Emergency For 3 South Michigan Counties After Severe Storm DamageGov. Gretchen Whitmer declared a state of emergency for Branch, Hillsdale, and St. Joseph counties due to the impact of the severe thunderstorms and winds that occurred on Aug. 11 and 12.
Police Seize 3/4 Pound Of Meth, Baby Bottle Meth Pipe During Traffic StopAn officer who stopped a suspicious vehicle seized .75 pounds of methamphetamine, cash and a meth pipe made from baby bottles.
Police Investigate Break-In, Find Man Dead Since OctoberState police are investigating the death, near Three Rivers, as suspicious.
Consumers Energy Boosts Pure Michigan Program With Local Pipeline ContractorsConsumers Energy says it has boosted its commitment to the Pure Michigan Business Connect hire-Michigan program by hiring two local contractors to help keep landowner relations strong for its 24-mile Southwest Michigan 1200B Pipeline Project.
Michigan Prevails In Lawsuit Over Girl's 2008 DeathChild welfare workers can't be sued in the 2008 death of a southwestern Michigan teen who perished in a fire, even if they knew she was routinely tied to her bed by her parents.
Ex-Deputy Gets Probation In Painkiller Theft CaseA former sheriff's deputy in Michigan who authorities say stole a prescription pain reliever from a jail while on duty has been sentenced to a year of probation.
Sturgis, St. Joseph County Rank Among Site Selection’s Top 'Micropolitans'In Site Selection magazine’s March 2013 issue, the city of Sturgis (pop. 10,994) and its surrounding region ranked No. 23 on its list of the 2012 Top Micropolitans. The ranking represents the number of new facility and facility expansion projects as tracked and reported by Conway Data Service’s New Plant Report.
Deputy Pleads Guilty In Painkiller Theft At JailA sheriff's deputy who authorities say stole a prescription pain reliever from a Michigan jail while on duty has pleaded guilty in the case.
Vandals Leave Behind Slippery, Sticky MessAuthorities say someone wiped peanut butter and petroleum jelly on the windows, doors, and outer fixtures of the home, and cut what is believed to be a telephone line to the residence.
Southwest Michigan First, MEDC Partnership Targets Job CreationSouthwest Michigan First, the economic development agency for the Kalamazoo area, Tuesday announced a collaboration with the Michigan Economic Development Corp. to expand its business growth team.
Southwest Michigan First Partners For Team ExpansionSouthwest Michigan First announced a collaboration with the Michigan Economic Development Corp. that will expand its team.