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  • Mom & man arrested for assaulting Eaton County infant twice

    EATON COUNTY, Mich. — A mother and a man were arrested Friday after a baby was brought to the hospital seriously injured and it was determined that the infant had been assaulted twice earlier this month. It all began July 3 when detectives from the Eaton County Sheriff’s Office and investigators from Michigan Department of Health and Human Services responded to Sparrow Hospital where a 2-month-old boy had been brought in to the hospital by family members. After multiple tests […]

  • President Trump may be key in deciding Michigan’s next governor

    LANSING, Mich. (AP) — The pivotal moment in Michigan’s Republican fight for governor may have occurred long before any of the main contenders had even entered the race. In the fall of 2016, after the release of old footage in which Donald Trump bragged about groping women, Lt. Gov. Brian Calley renounced his support for Trump and called for the GOP nominee’s withdrawal from the presidential campaign. State Attorney General Bill Schuette stuck with Trump, secured the president’s endorsement and has not […]

  • Know the Law – Legalizing Sports Gambling

  • You can now get married at Disney’s ‘Tree of Life’

    HAPPIEST PLACE ON EARTH, Disney.– Couples looking to add a little extra magic to their wedding day have a new option to consider at Walt Disney World. The theme park has been helping create happily ever after for couples since 1991 with their Fairy Tale Weddings and Honeymoons packages. And now, the most recent addition to the Walt Disney World wedding venue lineup invites the couple and their guests inside Disney’s Animal Kingdom to exchange vows in front of its […]

  • IHOP keeps its name & launches national delivery service

    (CNN Money) — IHOP never really changed its name. A splashy social media campaign deployed last month to promote its new line of burgers only made it look like IHOb was the company’s new moniker. But Darren Rebelez, president of IHOP, wants its customers to know that it is just as committed as ever to serving up pancakes, waffles and other breakfast foods. “To be clear, we’re always going to innovate around breakfast,” he said in an interview with CNNMoney. […]

  • WMU sign Western Michigan University

    WMU official resigns after harassment investigation

    KALAMAZOO, Mich. (AP) — A high-ranking official at Western Michigan University resigned after a sexual-harassment investigation. Documents released Friday by WMU said there was “sufficient evidence” to support a finding of harassment against Tim Terrentine. He resigned July 9 as vice president of development and alumni relations. No details were released. WMU spokeswoman Paula Davis says the allegations didn’t involve students. Terrentine couldn’t be reached for comment. No home phone number is listed. In his resignation letter, Terrentine thanked the […]

  • Friends and family around a Beach Bonfire

    PORTAGE, Mich.—Nothing is better than some dancing around a fire in the warm summer weather. And now one community is doing exactly that. You can head to the Ramona Park Beach in Portage on Saturday for a night full of fun. You can sing and dance to campfire songs, with live performances, and even make s’mores from 8 p.m. until 10 p.m. It costs $5 to enter the park but the bonfire is free.

  • Enjoy carnival games and more at ‘Summer in the City’

    DOWAGIAC, Mich.– Sunday is your last chance to experience the ‘Summer in the City’ Festival. The festival features a new children’s carnival but it’s not just for kids. There is also a new zip line, carnival games, food, and vendors. It kicks off at 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. in Dowagiac. The night will end with a taste fest, so be ready for some delicious food. Tickets are just $10.

  • Music and dancing at the “Jazz at the Swan” event this weekend

    WHITEHALL, Mich.  — The annual “Jazz at the Swan” event is kicking off Saturday, July 21st, in Whitehall. The backyard event at the “White Swan Inn Bed and Breakfast” will feature the Freddy Degennaro Trio. All proceeds from the event will fund the White Lake Festival next month. Tickets are $15 and include wine and appetizers. For more information visit whitelakemusic.org.