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June 13th
A man has been sentenced to 45 to 70 years in prison for killing a woman whose mutilated remains were found in a wooded area in northeastern Michigan. Fifty-six-year-old Brenton Lee Walker of Millersburg was sentenced Monday in Presque Isle County Circuit…
June 13th
Six teenagers have been charged after a video posted on Facebook showed a 16-year-old girl being dragged from a Flint home and beaten. The video posted this month shows the girl being punched and kicked until her face was bloodied. Two 16-year-old’s…
June 13th
A Barry County man is now charged in the murder of his estranged wife and the attempted murder of another man. Ralph Bowling, III was charged Monday following a violent altercation over the weekend. Bowling entered a home, shot one man, then chased his wi…
June 13th
The Michigan House said “yes” to eliminating training and background checks for those who want to carry a concealed weapon. But Gun advocates are concerned the package of bills may run into opposition in the state Senate from the top Republica…
June 12th
The Steam Railroading Institute is excited to officially announce the launch of Project 76, a campaign for the complete restoration and operation of 2-8-0 steam locomotive No. 76. Crafted throughout the early months of 2017 with behind the scenes work and…
June 12th
Authorities say three adults, including two children, have died following an early morning fire Monday in Flint. Firefighters responded around 2:30 Monday morning and found the two-story home engulfed in flames. A man and his two children died, while the …
June 12th
New rules have taken effect for pursuing lake trout and splake in Lake Michigan and portions of Lake Huron. The Michigan Natural Resources Commission approved the revisions in Houghton last week. In the Lake Michigan lake trout management units of MM 1 th…
June 12th
Legislation requiring all communities in Michigan to comply with federal officials regarding immigration matters made it through committee. It’s now headed to the full house but it’s being met with opposition. State Democrats have introduced a…
June 12th
The city of Detroit is seeking mechanics, welders and garage workers to help maintain buses and emergency response vehicles. A General Services Department job fair is scheduled Tuesday to fill dozens of positions. They include auto repair foreman, auto se…
June 12th
A bill to battle skimming at gas pumps around the state is about to hit the Michigan Senate floor. The bill would require all gas pumps to include security measures designed to deter skimming. This could include pressure-sensitive tape that indicates whet…