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UPDATE: Man killed in early morning Bay City house fire

One man has died after an early morning house fire in Bay City. The Bay City Department of Public Safety said that shortly after midnight crews were called to the 200 block of N. Catherine on the city’s west side.


Bay City police cracking down on speeding, aggressive and distracted driving

BAY CITY, Mich. -- Be on your best driving behavior if your travels take your through Bay City. Starting March 27, officers will be on the lookout for aggressive drivers, speeding, failure to obey traffic control devices, unsafe lane changes and distracted driving.


Fire under investigation in Bay City

The State Fire Marshal is being called in to investigate a fire at a home in Bay City. The fire started overnight Sunday, March 24 into Monday, March 25. It happened near the corner of Vermont and Catherine on the city's west side.


Hearing-aid salesman accused of stealing money from customers

SAGINAW, MI – A man is facing four felonies after prosecutors accused him of stealing money from two women who thought they were buying hearing aids. Christopher L. Engel, 41, on March 18 appeared in Saginaw County District Court for arraignment on two counts of embezzlement from a vulnerable adult


Bay Co. Sheriff's Office: Drugs stolen from Pinconning pharmacy

PINCONNING, Mich. - The search continues for robbers who stole pharmaceuticals from pharmacy. Bay County deputies responded to the burglary on Wednesday, March 20 at about 4 a.m.


Body found on Lake Michigan shore identified as missing person Amanda Hanover

A body found on the Lake Michigan shore Saturday has been identified as that of Amanda Hanover, a Michigan woman reported as missing and endangered last week. Her body was discovered on the rocks just south of the Kemper Center, 6501 Third Ave. Saturday afternoon, spotted by a person who was flying


Michigan Lottery: $1M winning Mega Millions ticket sold in Genesee County

LANSING, Mich. - A lucky Michigan Lottery player who bought a Mega Millions ticket in Genesee County for Friday’s drawing is walking around with a ticket worth $1 million. A lucky player matched the five white balls drawn – 07-36-58-60-62 – in Friday’s drawing to win a $1 million prize. The winning


2 arrested after guns pulled during fight at birthday party in Michigan

Police say two men were arrested after guns were pulled during a fight at a birthday party in southwestern Michigan with children in attendance. No shots were fired during the fight on Sunday evening in Kalamazoo. A woman at the party had what police described as minor injuries.


City of Lansing Leads the State of Michigan in Renewable Energy Efforts

LANSING, Mich. — Mayor Andy Schor today announced he will propose to make the City of Lansing the first city in the State of Michigan to power all of its government buildings using energy from 100 percent renewable sources. The Lansing Board of Water & Light (BWL) will provide renewable energy credi


Massive Northern Michigan estate with private boathouse lists for $6.8M

If you're looking for a home with its own boathouse, this is the place for you. A massive estate in Charlevoix has hit the market for a whopping $6,800,000. The three story home features five bedrooms, a nanny suite, seven full bathrooms, four half bathrooms and a boathouse with room for multiple la


Saginaw's longest serving pastor remembered

“He was a man of love and so in a lot of his sermons he talked about love. Not only did he talk about love he showed love,” said Walker.


Keyonta Marshall, former standout at Saginaw and Grand Valley, dies

Keyonta Marshall, who was an All-American at Grand Valley State and played briefly in the NFL, has died. Marshall, known at "Big Key: died Friday at University of Michigan Hospital in Ann Arbor.


Community pays tribute to Saginaw pastor

It’s hard for Carolle Walker to describe her grandfather, Reverend Ernest Bothuel, without saying the word love. “He was a man of love and so in a lot of his sermons he talked about love. Not only did he talk about love he showed love,” said Walker.


Robots to inspect Midland wastewater pipes

Robots that range in size from a tabby cat to a large man will soon roam Midland, collecting information and data as they go. But you won't see these robots walking around the community -- rather they will be "swimming" below the city streets, inspecting and gathering data on the city's gravity sani


K9 retirement 'pawty'

After a lifetime of service, Saginaw’s furriest ambassador K9 Canjo is retiring. But before he goes, fans and admirers alike wanted to stop by and say goodbye one last time. “He’s been serving since he was 13 months old, so he’s been on the road for quite a while here in the City of Saginaw,” said O


Depth driving Saginaw Spirit to hot playoff start against Sarnia

SAGINAW, MI -- The Saginaw Spirit have speed, skill and size in spades. But their most important attribute is undoubtedly their depth. Saginaw boasts eight players who are NHL draft picks, two more who are projected to be selected this June, three who have been in professional camps and a potential


SVSU hosts Home Builders Association of Saginaw Home and Garden Show

UNIVERSITY CENTER, Mich. – Just in time to help with your spring home improvement projects, the Home Builders Association of Saginaw Home and Garden show was Sunday. It just wrapped up at Saginaw Valley State University.


Saginaw school board spends $7,084 for tablets to do business without paper

SAGINAW, MI — Saginaw Public School District Board of Education has approved spending about $7,000 to buy tablet computers for board members to conduct their business. The board voted unanimously to buy seven Microsoft Surface Pro tablets.


Hemlock Semiconductor Hosts Fire Training for Potential Firefighters

For people interested in becoming a firefighter, whether it’s on a volunteer basis or as a career, live fire training is invaluable. While many fire training academies can’t offer that experience due to high costs and travel, the Saginaw County Fire Academy was able to do so Monday, March 25 on the


Midland K9 Officer has new bullet, stab protective vest

Midland Police K-9 Officer Tza’Yid has some new body armor. K9 Tza’Yid received a bullet and stab protective vest thanks to a charitable donation from non-profit organization Vested Interest in K9s, Inc.