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  • Donations to fund burial for baby dead at recycling center
    26 January
    (ROSEVILLE) -- Donations are being made to fund the burial of a newborn boy whose body was found in a suburban Detroit recycling center. Authorities are working to identify the boy, but morgue employees named the child Henry Alexander Macomb, after Macomb County's namesake Gen.…
  • Airlines cancel thousands of flights ahead of Northeast snow
    26 January
    Airlines are cancelling thousands of flights into and out of East Coast airports as a major snowstorm packing up to three feet of snow barrels down on the region. Almost 1,900 flights scheduled for Monday have been cancelled, according to the flight tracking site FlightAware.…
  • Senator Pavlov tours Michigan Sugar Company's Bay City facility
    26 January
    (AREA) -- State Senator Phil Pavlov toured Michigan Sugar Company's Bay City production facility last week. The facility in Bay City is the third largest sugar beet processor in the U.S. The company's flagship plant, built in 1901, is one of their four facilities in…
  • Lapeer County Sheriff's Mounted Unit Horse Killed by Coyotes
    26 January
    (LAPEER COUNTY) -- The Lapeer County Sheriff's Mounted Unit reports that one of their horses was killed Sunday by a pack of coyotes. The attack took place on a farm in the area of E. Oakwood and Hosner Road on the border of Lapeer and…
  • Suspect in Caro Rite Aid Robbery Assaults Corrections Deputy
    26 January
    (CARO) -- The 18-year old man arrested after the armed robbery at the Caro Rite Aid Friday night assaulted an officer while being booked into jail and has been arraigned on a number of charges. Devin Harris remains jailed in Tuscola County on charges of…
  • Caro Rite Aid held up by man with knife; suspect arrested
    26 January
    (CARO) -- A man was arrested without incident Friday night after Troopers from the State Police Post in Caro responded to a report of an armed robbery at the Caro Rite Aid. According to police, the man had entered the store around 7:47 p.m. dressed…
  • Drug arrest made in Huron County following traffic stop
    26 January
    (HURON COUNTY) -- A 20-year-old Bad Axe woman was arraigned on felony drug charges and a 23-year-old Saginaw man remains jailed in Huron County after police stopped their vehicle in the wee hours of friday morning. According to Huron County Sheriff Kelly Hanson, officers had…
  • Cash reward offered in Talmer Bank heist
    23 January
    (PORT HURON TOWNSHIP) -- CRIME STOPPERS has offered a cash reward up to $1,000 for information that leads to the arrest of those responsible for the armed robbery at Talmer Bank in Port Huron Township Tuesday morning. Anyone with information is asked to call 1-800-SPEAK-UP.…
  • Evergreen Township man arrested on felony charges related to child pornography case
    23 January
    (SANILAC COUNTY) -- An Evergreen Township man is jailed in Sanilac County on several felony charges related to a child pornography case that ended after a nearly 2-year investigation between the Michigan State Police and Pennsylvania State Police. Troopers from the MSP Caro Post arrested…
  • Former Yale High School Assistant Volleyball coach back in court
    23 January
    (YALE) -- A 53-year old Emmett man faces prison time at sentencing after pleading guilty to three counts of child sexually abusive activity. Former Yale High School assistant volleyball coach Charles Goubert plead to the charges Thursday in Macomb County Circuit Court. He was arrested…
  • Suicidal teen rescued in Lexington Harbor
    23 January
    (LEXINGTON) -- A Lexington Police Officer and Sheriff's deputy are credited with saving the life of a 19-year old Lexington man who had walked onto thin ice near the mouth of the Lexington Harbor Wednesday evening. Officer Tim McNabb and Deputy Gerard Marschall responded to…
  • Croswell man accused of shooting uncle has new trial date
    22 January
    (CROSWELL) -- The 30-year old Croswell man accused of shooting and killing his uncle in May last year is scheduled to stand trial on June 16. Jeremy Ginther's trial has been pushed back to give his new attorney time to review the case. Authorities say…
  • St. Clair County handling case of bored teens
    22 January
    (AREA) -- The St. Clair County Prosecutor's Office has been assigned to handle the case involving four teens from Sanilac County that allegedly vandalized several homes and vehicles in Lexington and Worth Townships. The vandalism spree took place in early December and was forwarded to…
  • AG charges St. Clair County man in alleged murder-for-hire scheme
    22 January
    (ST. CLAIR COUNTY) -- 28-year old Michael Christopher Still of St. Clair County could face life in prison for allegedly soliciting the murder of his ex-girlfriend. Attorney General Bill Schuette says the crime took place in Branch County. Still is currently lodged at the Ionia…
  • Hills & Dales Hospital receives recognition from American Diabetes Association
    22 January
    (CASS CITY) -- Hills & Dales General Hospital's Diabetes Education program was recently awarded the American Diabetes Association Education Recognition Certificate for their quality diabetes self-management education program. The certificate assures that educational programs meet the national standards, which were established in 1983 and revised…
  • Sheriff's office seeking help in solving bank robbery
    21 January
    (PORT HURON) -- The St. Clair County Sheriff's Office is seeking the public's help in solving an armed robbery at the Talmer Bank in Port Huron Township. According to St. Clair County Sheriff Tim Donnellon, two men came into the branch, located at Lapeer Road…
  • Training Day in Deckerville with Police K-9's Tuesday, Jan. 20
    21 January
    (DECKERVILLE) -- Residents in the village of Deckerville noticed a heavy police presence Tuesday afternoon. Sanilac County Sheriff Garry Biniecki says his deputies and officers from the city of Lapeer were training with police K-9 dogs. There was no emergency and the officers were in…
  • MSP Trooper Nancy Troye the new community service trooper for Lapeer and St. Clair counties
    21 January
    (LAPEER) -- Michigan State Police Trooper Nancy Troye will now serve as the new community service trooper for both Lapeer and St. Clair counties. Trooper Troye will work with community members, schools, businesses and nonprofits, as well as be responsible for public relations. The position…
  • Burtchville Township man died of smoke inhalation in house fire
    21 January
    (ST. CLAIR COUNTY) -- An autopsy report shows that the 66-year old Burtchville Township man killed in a house fire on January 6 died of smoke inhalation. Michigan State Police Detective Sgt. Daniel Drake says the cause of the fire remains undetermined, but did not…
  • Work on Blue Water Bridge will temporarily cut lanes in half
    21 January
    (PORT HURON) -- Work on the Blue Water Bridge will temporarily cut the number of lanes on the international crossing in half. The Michigan Department of Transportation says resurfacing of the westbound span will start in April and be completed by July 1. MDOT and…
  • Drunk boater gets 5-years for deaths of two on St. Clair River
    21 January
    (PORT HURON) -- A drunken boater has been sentenced to at least 5-years in prison for a crash that killed two people near Harsens Island. Brandon Verfaillie apologized to the victim's families Tuesday, saying he deeply regrets what happened last August when a speedboat crashed…
  • Detroit water department offers to reconnect Flint to system
    21 January
    (FLINT) -- Detroit's water department has offered to reconnect the city of Flint to its system amid residents' concerns that Flint's water is unsafe. Detroit's offer was made this month. A Flint analysis, however, found it would cost Flint an additional $12 million per year.…
  • Congresswoman Candice Miller's response to President Barack Obama’s 2015 State of the Union Address
    21 January
    WASHINGTON – Today, U.S. Representative Candice Miller (MI-10), Vice Chair of the House Homeland Security Committee and Chairman of the Subcommittee on Border and Maritime Security, issued the following statement in response to President Obama’s 2015 State of the Union address:“I believe President Obama correctly…
  • 79th Annual Sanilac County Dairy Banquet Honorees
    20 January
    (DECKERVILLE) -- The 79th Annual Sanilac County Dairy Banquet was held this past Saturday in Deckerville, honoring the accomplishments of the dairy industry and its farmers. Steve Good of Sandusky was honored with the Jim Frey Award, which recognizes an individual who exhibits outstanding leadership…
  • UPDATE: Suspects in armed robbery at Talmer Bank in Port Huron Township on the run
    20 January
    (PORT HURON TOWNSHIP) -- Authorities are searching for two suspects in the armed robbery at Talmer Bank in Port Huron Township and say the suspects used a second getaway car to elude police. St. Clair County Sheriff Tim Donnellon says the two black men entered…
  • Michigan sheriff's deputies save teen in suicide attempt
    20 January
    (LAPEER) -- The Lapeer County Sheriff's Office is commending two deputies who saved a 16-year-old attempting to commit suicide. The department says deputies responded to the Lapeer home on December 31 after receiving a call from the teen's parents. Deputies say the boy had climbed…
  • Drunk boater faces sentence in deaths of two in river
    20 January
    (PORT HURON) -- A man who was drinking before a boat crash killed two people near Harsens Island is returning to court for his sentence. Brandon Verfaillie pleaded guilty in December to causing death while operating a boat while drunk. The 32-year-old is back in…
  • Representative Paul Muxlow to lead House Community Colleges subcommittee
    19 January
    (BROWN CITY) -- State Representative Paul Muxlow of Brown City has been named by Speaker Kevin Cotter to continue serving as chairman of the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Community Colleges for the current legislative session. Muxlow will also serve on the full House Appropriations Committee…
  • Woman hurt in crash on M-25 Thursday
    16 January
    (WORTH TOWNSHIP) -- A 27-year old Burtchville Township woman was injured Thursday morning after her vehicle crashed on M-25. Sanilac County Sheriff's deputies say the car driven by Ashley Bayly was heading north near Galbraith Line Road around 9:40 a.m. when she failed to negotiate…
  • Pond hockey tournament planned next month in Port Huron
    16 January
    (PORT HURON) -- A pond hockey tournament is planned in Port Huron. Fred Minnie, Mike Dewey and Ron Hembroff are building two rinks at Port Huron's Palmer Park to host a three-on-three tournament in late February. The Port Huron men have covered about 9,000 square…

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