WSJM Morning News-9/29/2020
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In this edition:
- Among the first questions in Monday night’s St. Joseph City Commission meeting came from Abigail Brotzke with a question a lot of people are asking.
- The City of South Haven made it official last night, naming Kate Hosier as the new city manager.
- Lakeshore Public Schools is keeping Stewart Elementary closed at least one more day today.
- Fruit harvest is underway in southwest Michigan. Michigan State University Extension’s Mark Longstroth tells us grapes are looking pretty good.
- Michigan’s attorney general is investigating allegations that a ballot group may have committed crimes while gathering signatures to repeal a law that gives Governor Gretchen Whitmer broad powers to manage the coronavirus crisis.
- State Senator Kim LaSata is launching a writing contest for all K-12 students in the 21st Senate District.
- Carmakers are expecting some good news when the latest sales numbers come out later this week.
- Authorities are investigating a deadly shooting involving a 15-year Dearborn police department veteran officer on Sunday.
Full story at: https://www.wsjm.com/2020/09/29/wsjm-morning-news-9-29-2020/