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  • We awarded Roofsit grants to 14 different organizations to help prevent child abuse - we were able to do it because of the generosity of YOU!!! Thank you for 18 years of support!! We awarded Roofsit grants to 14 different organizations to help prevent child abuse - we were able to do it because of the generosity of YOU!!! Thank you for 18 years of support!!
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  • Fair Food Network gets nearly $5.2M to boost fresh food

    The nonprofit Fair Food Network is getting nearly $5.2 million to help boost the availability of fresh fruits and vegetables to people receiving food assistance.

  • Benton Harbor man arrested for allegedly robbing a story

    A Benton Harbor man is scheduled to go in front of a judge after he allegedly robbed a gas station.After police looked at surveillance tape at a Admiral Gas Station they think 42-year-old Dwan Ward is the man they're looking for.He later said to police that he confessed to the robbery.Ward allegedly took cash and threatened the story clerk.He is scheduled to be in court later today.

  • National Walking Day

    April kicks off National Walking day.The American Heart Association encourages people to grab their running shoes and take some time to grab a friend and be active.So today thousand of people are trying to keep the old ticker healthy.So here are some facts from the association about walking.Walking an extra 20 minutes a day will burn off seven pounds of body fat each year.On a regular basis increases bone density, decreases mental stress, and improves circulation.Physical activity reduces the...

  • MI 2016 Budget proposal passes

    Michigan lawmakers are doing all they can to keep the public safe and they've finally approved a 2016 budget to do it.The plan gives money to both the Michigan Supreme Court and released judicial agencies.The man behind the proposal released a statement that reads in part:"I am proud that the Judiciary budget was the first one approved by the Senate subcommittee this year. Most importantly, it ensures that we effectively and efficiently protect the public."

  • IN Construction Wage Debate

    An Indiana Senate panel is debating the repeal of a state law that sets wages for public construction projects.Supporters say wages are too high and slow down the market.While opponents say it would drop worker's productivity and salaries.The proposal won't be voted on until next week.


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