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  • Tanker roll over crash shuts down M-53
    17 April
    (LAPEER COUNTY) -- Authorities advise that M-53 in Almont is closed due to a tanker truck roll over accident. Traffic is being rerouted from St. Clair Street to Kidder Road to Tubsprings Road and back to M-53. Motorists are advised to avoid that area of…
  • Fort Gratiot Township to test fireworks display this weekend
    17 April
    (FORT GRATIOT) -- Fort Gratiot Township officials will be testing fireworks Saturday night around 9 p.m. from the Fort Gratiot pond. The display is part of this year's Blue Water Cruise Weekend in June and officials are checking to see where the show will be…
  • Tickets for 2015 Citizen of the Year Banquet available
    17 April
    (AREA) -- Tickets are available for this year's Citizen of the Year Banquet, hosted by the Sandusky Chamber of Commerce. The event will be held Saturday, April 25 at Woodland Hills in Sandusky. Doors open at 6 p.m. with dinner at 7 p.m. and the…
  • Teen reported missing; last seen in Croswell Sunday, April 12
    17 April
    (CROSWELL) -- Authorities are seeking tips from the public in helping find a missing 16-year old last seen in Croswell on Sunday, April 12. Megan Sunberg was wearing tan pants, a black and dark purple jacket, and white shoes. Her hair was tied up in…
  • Frost laws to be lifted in two Thumb counties next week
    17 April
    (AREA) -- Effective Monday, April 20 at 7 a.m. all seasonal load, speed, and weight restrictions in Sanilac County will be lifted on all county roadways and bridges. The frost laws will be lifted on Tuesday, April 21 at Noon in Lapeer County.
  • Millington man charged after home shot at, emergency vehicles rammed
    16 April
    (AREA) -- A man who authorities say shot up the home of his ex-wife's boyfriend near Flint and rammed three emergency vehicles, injuring three officers, is facing charges. 44-year-old Mark Vincent Meuhlen of Millington was arraigned Wednesday on charges including home invasion, assault and malicious…
  • Michigan State High School State Quiz Bowl Championship happening this weekend
    16 April
    (AREA) -- Several area students will compete in the Michigan State High School Quiz Bowl Championship this Friday and Saturday at Michigan State University. The Port Huron Northern team will compete in the Class A bracket. Yale and North Branch are in the Class B…
  • Mayville Schools interviewing for Superintendent/High School Principal/Middle School Principal Position
    15 April
    (MAYVILLE) -- Interviews will start next week with the six candidates for Mayville Schools Superintendent/High School and Middle School Principal. The district's current High School and Middle School Principal is Christopher Kidd. The school board decided to merge that position with the Superintendent's position as…
  • Road Closure Alert in St. Clair County
    15 April
    (ST. CLAIR COUNTY) -- MDOT crews will start removing the existing westbound I-94 bridge that runs over Lapeer Road this week and motorists are cautioned about delays. Lapeer Road will be closed at the I-94 overpass in Port Huron Township starting tonight at 8 p.m.…
  • Blue Water Convention Center set to open
    15 April
    (PORT HURON) -- The Blue Water Convention Center is set to officially open this week with events open to the public. A private ribbon cutting ceremony will be held Friday from 4-6 p.m. A public open house will take place Saturday from 11 a.m.-2 p.m.…
  • Spring Turkey Licenses still available
    15 April
    (AREA) -- Spring turkey hunting licenses are still available. According to DNR upland game bird specialist, Al Stewart, Michigan has been ranked in the top 10 in the nation for turkey harvest on an annual basis by the National Wild Turkey Federation. Spring turkey hunters…
  • Stabenow, Peters oppose Canadian nuke waste disposal plan
    14 April
    (AREA) -- U.S. Senators Debbie Stabenow and Gary Peters have introduced a resolution urging the Obama administration to fight a Canadian plan to bury nuclear waste underground less than a mile from Lake Huron. The measure is similar to one offered last week by Democratic…
  • Kimball Township man sentenced to probation in fatal bicycle crash last Memorial Day
    14 April
    (ST. CLAIR COUNTY) -- A 33-year old Kimball Township man was sentenced in the case of a fatal bicycle crash last May in St. Clair County. The victim's family asked the judge Monday to show leniency during sentencing after stating that they have forgiven Nathan…
  • Four injured in Sunday afternoon collision in Tuscola County
    14 April
    (TUSCOLA COUNTY) -- Two Fostoria residents were severely injured in a two-vehicle crash Sunday afternoon at the intersection of Vassar and Ormes Road in Tuscola Township. Sheriff's deputies say a vehicle traveling west on Ormes Road stopped at the stop sign and then pulled into…
  • Public meeting on Proposal 1 planned in Sandusky April 16
    14 April
    (SANDUSKY) -- The Sanilac County Republican Party is hosting an informational meeting to inform voters on Proposal 1, which will appear on the May 5 ballot. State Senator Phil Pavlov and 83rd District State Representative Paul Muxlow will be in attendance to answer questions regarding…
  • Marlette Chamber of Commerce set to honor Citizen, Volunteer, and Educator of the Year next month
    14 April
    (MARLETTE) -- The Marlette Chamber of Commerce and Marlette Masonic Lodge #343 will honor Marlette's Citizen, Volunteer, and Educator of the Year on Saturday, May 2 at the masonic lodge. The doors will open at 6:30 p.m. Dinner will be served at 7 p.m. and…
  • International Dark Sky Week April 13-18
    13 April
    (AREA) -- Twenty-nine of the state's parks will stay open late this week as part of a worldwide initiative that encourages people to celebrate the beauty of a dark sky. International Dark Sky Week runs through Saturday, April 18. The idea came from a high…
  • Lapeer County is one of three counties in the state to have text-to-911 service
    13 April
    (LAPEER COUNTY) -- Text messaging is popular these days with billions sent each day in the United States. The ability to send a text message to emergency services is new and Lapeer County was the first county in the state to implement the text-to-9-1-1 service.…
  • Sandusky City Council to hold special meeting on the downtown corridor April 16
    13 April
    (SANDUSKY) -- The City of Sandusky is holding a special place making strategy meeting concerning the downtown corridor on Thursday, April 16 at 6 p.m. in the council chambers, located at 26 W. Speaker Street. City officials invite the public and local businesses owners to…
  • Sanilac County Sheriff warns of tax fraud scam that hit the area
    13 April
    (AREA) -- Sanilac County Sheriff Garry Biniecki warns residents of an on-going Tax Fraud Scam that has hit the county. Authorities say residents have been experiencing fraudulent calls throughout this tax season. Victims are told they owe money to the IRS and it must be…
  • Quebec man arrested for possession of cocaine at the Blue Water Bridge
    13 April
    (ST. CLAIR COUNTY) -- A Canadian man has been arrested after border agents in Ontario found about 74 pounds of cocaine in the undercarriage of the transport truck and trailer he was driving. Royal Canadian Mounted Police charged the 32-year-old Quebec resident with importation of…
  • Authorities: Michigan traffic deaths less than 900 in 2014
    13 April
    LANSING, Mich. (AP) - Authorities say Michigan traffic deaths totaled less than 900 last year for the first time since 2011. The state's Office of Highway Safety Planning announced Monday that there were 876 traffic deaths in 2014, down 8 percent from 951 in 2013.…
  • New fishing regulations adopted for 2015-2016 season take effect immediately
    10 April
    (AREA) -- The Natural Resources Commission finalized several regulations impacting the 2015-2016 fishing season at its meeting on April 9. Fishing regulations are adjusted annually to ensure Michigan's fisheries resources are managed properly and to provide the best benefits to anglers and the public. Some…
  • Vassar native celebrates 3rd Alive Day
    10 April
    (AREA) -- Sgt. Travis Mills, the former Vassar resident that lost portions of his four limbs while serving in Afghanistan, has celebrated the third anniversary of his "Alive Day." Mills is one of only a few servicemen to lose all four limbs in combat during…
  • Congressman Kildee to offer resolution opposing nuke waste plan
    10 April
    (AREA) -- A member of Congress from Michigan says he'll offer a resolution opposing a Canadian plan to store nuclear waste underground less than a mile from Lake Huron. U.S. Representative Dan Kildee announced his plan Friday. The Democrat's office says seven other representatives from…
  • Thousands of dollars in illegal drugs taken off the streets following recent raids
    10 April
    (BERLIN TOWNSHIP) -- St. Clair County Drug Task Force officers seized the largest amount of psychedelic mushrooms in recent years late Wednesday night, along with a large amount of marijuana. Raids took place at homes in the village of Almont in Lapeer County and in…
  • Tuscola County Animal Control receives funding from MDARD
    09 April
    (TUSCOLA COUNTY) -- The Michigan Companion Animal Welfare Fund is granting over $155,500 to 26 registered shelters in the state this year. The fund was established in 2007 as a tax check-off to support animal shelters statewide. This year's awards will go to the spaying…
  • Location of Lapeer Farmers Market still up in the air
    09 April
    (LAPEER) -- The Lapeer Farmers Market is set to start their new season on Saturday, May 9, but a location has not been determined. Vendors have set up on the lawn of the historic Lapeer County Courthouse located on W. Nepessing Street for 25-years. County…
  • Meth Lab shut down in Port Huron Township
    09 April
    (PORT HURON TOWNSHIP) -- Deputies from the St. Clair County Sheriff's Office and Drug Task Force teamed up to shut down a methamphetamine operation Thursday in Port Huron Township. Sheriff Tim Donnellon says deputies responded to a call around 11 a.m. for a well-being check…
  • Hail, high winds, tornadoes possible for Midwest on Thursday
    09 April
    NORMAN, Okla. (AP) - Strong storms in the Southern Plains overnight are offering a preview of bad weather expected in major cities across the Midwest later in the day. The Storm Prediction Center says 57 million people live in an area with an "enhanced risk"…

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