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Michigan sorority sorry for prompting false 'shooter' alert

ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) - (03/25/19) - A University of Michigan sorority whose members popped balloons as part of a team-building event has apologized for triggering "active shooter" alert on campus.


Missing Michigan woman found dead in Wisconsin

A 39-year-old woman who was last seen alive a week ago in Portage, Mich. has been found dead in Wisconsin, according to a WOOD-TV report. Amanda Hanover, who had been missing since March 18, was found dead Sunday along the Lake Michigan shoreline, according to reports. The Kenosha News reports Hanov


Chelsea Girls’ Track and Field 12th at Huron Relays

The Chelsea girl’ track and field teams was missing several parts to its squad at the EMU Huron Relays Friday, March 22 and finished with 10 points in the event that featured 31 teams.


Michigan's Minimum Wage Goes Up This Friday

(WWJ) Michigan will have a new minimum wage of $9.45 an hour beginning Friday, March 29. That’s an increase of 20 cents over the state's current minimum wage at $9.25. For tipped workers, the minimum wage will increase from $3.52 to $3.59 per hour, and for workers age 16 and 17 years, it will increa


Woman missing for months feared to be trafficked or dead, family says

JACKSON, MI – After months of searching and waiting for tips that never came, family and friends of Tanja Jessica Stuermer believe she is either being trafficked or is dead. “Either someone has her, or she died and we need to find her body,” Susan Fracker, Stuermer’s friend and financial trustee sai


No Marijuana Establishments in Chelsea, Ordinance Passed

On Mar. 18 the city of Chelsea held their second reading of ordinance no. 180, prohibiting marijuana establishments within city limits. The ordinance passed 5-2, with council members Rick Catherman and Tony Ianelli the two votes against adding article IV marijuana establishments, section 8-90: prohi


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


MI Dream Home: Custom Cape Cod offers lakefront living near Chelsea

A custom-built Cape Cod near Chelsea that offers lakefront living is on the market and listed at $850,000. The 4,477-square-foot home sits on more than an acre of land on the shores of Crooked Lake and is cradled by the Waterloo State Recreation Area.


Bill would limit hours for boats on public inland lakes in Michigan; Rep plans to draft new language

A Michigan state representative says he is in the process of drafting new language for a proposed bill that would limit the boating hours on public inland lakes in Michigan. State Rep. Jason Sheppard introduced House Bill 4362 with State Rep. David LaGrand on March 13 and it was referred to the Comm


Sterling Heights releases shortlist for its Golden Ring naming contest

(FOX 2) - In the city's quest to rename its newest landmark, Sterling Heights has released the shortlist for the recently-constructed Golden Ring. After considerign 6,070 individual submissions, the naming contest has boiled down name possibilities to five potential names:


Man dies after crashing into several parked cars at Ann Arbor hotel

Ann Arbor, Mich (FOX 2) - A 26- year-old man was involved in a fatal car crash that happened at Wagner and Jackson road in Ann Arbor according to police. Police say the accident happened late evening around midnight, the driver went off the road hitting several parked cars in the parking lot of Webe


Public Hearing – Sylvan Township 4/3/19

SYLVAN TOWNSHIP ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS, WASHTENAW COUNTY, MICHIGAN. Sylvan Township Hall, 18027 Old US 12, Chelsea, MI. 48118. Item 1: Subject of Meeting: Variance request for front, rear and side yard setbacks, lot coverage and floor area ratio. Project Description: Reconstruction of existing sing


Schlissel cites 'deficiencies' in shooter report response

The University of Michigan uncovered problems in alerting and communicating with the community about the recent false alarm regarding an active shooter, President Mark Schlissel said in a statement posted Monday.


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.


Game of Thrones-themed beer dinner planned by Grand River Brewery

JACKSON, MI -- Winter may not be coming, but a new season of “Game of Thrones” is. To celebrate the upcoming final season of the show, Grand River Brewery, 117 W. Louis Glick Highway, is hosting a Game of Thrones-themed beer dinner from 7 to 9 p.m. on Thursday, April 11.


Bandito's set to reopen on Ann Arbor's northside Monday

ANN ARBOR - It may fall on April Fools' Day, but the reopening of Bandito's is no joke. The beloved Tex-Mex restaurant is opening its doors on April 1 at 10 a.m. at its new location at 3395 Plymouth Road, where Olga's Kitchen used to be.


After 88 years in business, Fingerle Lumber to close in days

ANN ARBOR, MI - After 88 years in Ann Arbor, the family-owned Fingerle Lumber Company plans to close its doors for good Saturday, March 30. The closing date was announced on the company website in a letter to customers.


Saline Weather Forecast For The Week Ahead

SALINE, MI — Here's your weather forecast for the week ahead, as reported by Darksky. Mostly cloudy throughout the day. Partly cloudy in the morning. Partly cloudy starting in the afternoon.


Volunteers, food donations needed for free Easter dinner in Jackson

JACKSON, MI -- It’s rewarding to help people, especially those who are typically home-bound, get out of the house and dressed up for a fancy Easter dinner, May Melling said. The annual free Community Wide Holiday Dinner in the Queen of the Miraculous Medal Catholic Church Social Center, 811 S. Wisne


Pinckney Students Work To Prevent Alcohol Being Supplied To Minors

Students from Pinckney Community Schools will soon be working with local businesses on a project that aims to prevent adults from purchasing and providing alcohol to minors. “Project Sticker Shock” is a national initiative that Pinckney students have been participating in for several years now. The