SW Michigan

Aggregated news from sources around the state

Tuition is frozen at Kellogg Community College. Officials say specialty courts are keeping non-violent people out of prison. The Kalamazoo Gospel Mission launches a new fundraising campaign for a new shelter for women and children. 

Michigan Senate Chamber - file photo
Cheyna Roth / Michigan Public Radio Network

(MPRN-Lansing) State lawmakers continued to push work requirements for Medicaid recipients through the Legislature. The bill was voted out of committee Wednesday, and it passed a full Senate vote the next day. 

Unemployment in Michigan was down slightly in March. Toxic PFAS chemicals found in private wells near the Gerald R. Ford Airport in Grand Rapids. WMU baseball drops a slugfest to Michigan State. 

Michigan Senate Chamber - file photo
Cheyna Roth / Michigan Public Radio Network

(MPRN-Lansing) Michigan could soon require certain people to work for their Medicaid benefits. A bill passed a state Senate panel Wednesday. 

The Attorney General plans to file a civil lawsuit against a company responsible for two ruptured power lines beneath the Straits of Mackinac. The Michigan Secretary of State asks a judge to dismiss Abdul El-Sayed's request to be declared eligible for the ballot saying there is "no actual controversy" over his status. WMU junior Jordan Kurth if the MAC West Division softball pitcher of the week. 

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