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Michigan supreme court looks to convict Benton Harbor activist Ed Pinkney
BENTON HARBOR — The Michigan Supreme Court is looking at the conviction of Benton Harbor activist Ed Pinkney. He was sentenced to two and a half years for altering dates on petitions to recall a mayor. The court will consider whether it was proper to ...
Police investigating after business owner shot in Benton Harbor
BENTON HARBOR, Mich. (NEWSCHANNEL 3) - Police in West Michigan are investigating a shooting that sent a local business owner to the hospital. It happened Thursday night at Main and McCord, in Benton Harbor.
Community reacts to questionable text messages sent by Benton Harbor HS football coach
BENTON HARBOR, Mich. (WNDU) - A well-respected Michiana football coach is under the microscope after making highly questionable statements in a group text message. Screenshots of a conversation we received at NewsCenter 16 Tuesday night shows ...
BH Mayor Weighs In On Football Coach Controversy
Benton Harbor football coach apologizes for questionable remarks in texts
Benton Harbor football coach apologizes for comments
Leveling the playing field
Elnora Gavin, left, and Marletta Seats, trustees on the Benton Harbor school board, take part in an activity Saturday during the formation of the Race2Equity Benton Harbor Hub. Leveling the playing field. Gwendolyn Winston, state facilitator of ...
Colorful benches to be placed at BH schools
From left, Fired Up! students Detorion McKinney, 14, Courtney Shinaberry, 17, and Katie Warren, 15, attach tiles to a bench Thursday at Water Street Glassworks. The tiles were created by almost 200 students in Benton Harbor Area Schools' 21st Century ...