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BENTON HARBOR, MI -- Lake Michigan College President Robert Harrison will retire at the end of 2015, according to an announcement from the college Tuesday. Harrison has been president of the college for six years. He joined the college in 1999 as executive dean of Bertrand Crossing and workforce services.

Kevin Lavery, WKAR

(MPRN-Lansing) People who attack sports referees would face tougher penalties under legislation in the state Senate. Under the bills, a person would face up to three years in prison and a maximum fine of $10,000 for attacking a referee. 

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(Lansing-MPRN) State lawmakers are debating whether someone should face penalties if they fail to act when they know someone else is in danger. A state Senate panel is holding hearings on the concept – but no bill has been introduced yet. 

KALAMAZOO, MI - After he was found guilty last week of using Facebook to make threats of a shooting at Western Michigan University, a federal judge told Timothy Vanhumlian Siangdun to stay away from campus and off social media.

Mike Lanka / WMU University Relations

(MPRN-Detroit) Gov. Rick Snyder is getting some tough questions about the May ballot proposal to boost road funding at his education and economic summit this week in Detroit. The plan would raise the state’s sales tax from 6% to 7% and boost road funding by about a $1 billion a year. 

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