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Man dead after crashing into jackknifed semi on icy highway in Chelsea
CHELSEA, MI -- A man is dead after crashing into the rear of a jackknifed semi on eastbound I-94 at Jackson Road in Chelsea at about 2:30 a.m. Jan. 16. The driver, whom police would not identify, died at the scene of the crash, Chelsea Fire Capt. Chris Smyth said.
Michigan Lottery: Man's lucky hunch pays off with $3.7M Lotto 47 jackpot
LANSING, Mich. - A lucky hunch paid off for a Livingston County lottery club that won a $3.73 million Lotto 47 jackpot from the Michigan Lottery. The five-member club, which chose to remain anonymous, matched all six Lotto 47 numbers drawn Dec. 15: 01-02-07-08-11-26. The winning ticket was bought at
This Picture Taken At A Subway In Ann Arbor Will Make You Ill
Wait til you see what this fast food worker did on the job. Ick!. Tara Renee posted a picture on facebook last Saturday of an employee putting their bare feet up near a food prep station at the Subway on State Street in Ann Arbor. As I write this, that post has over 10,000 shares.
Enjoy watching planes fly at Jackson, MI winery
JACKSON, MI (FOX 2) - Wine, planes and more wine. Because that's pretty much what's offered at Chateau Aeronautique, Jackson, Michigan's newest elecletic business model. Lorenzo Lizzaralde, the owner of the winery was an international pilot. But in between flights he would spend his time visiting vi
Fatal Crash On I-94, Icy Roads To Blamed
CHELSEA, Mich. (AP) – Chelsea Officials report that the morning icy conditions lead to at least one fatal crash Wednesday Morning on I-94. Fire Captain Chris Smyth says that one man died after chasing Into a jackknifed semi on Interstate 94 near Chelsea about 2:30 a.m. Wednesday. Smyth says the semi
Call for Art 2019-2020 SculptureWalk Chelsea
Chelsea Area Festival & Events (CAFE) announced a call for art for the 2019-2020 SculptureWalk Chelsea series. Celebrating its 10th year, SculptureWalk Chelsea is a rotating, outdoor sculptural exhibition showcased throughout downtown Chelsea, Michigan.
Marijuana dispensary ‘running me out,’ Ann Arbor body shop owner says
ANN ARBOR, MI – After two decades in business at 1251 N. Main St., Hawkins Auto Body may close, giving way to a budding industry. Plans are in the works to transform the Ann Arbor repair shop into a medical marijuana dispensary with a sleek new look.
Police, ex-girlfriend testify in case of inmate accused of killing while on parole
YPSILANTI, MI – After viewing surveillance footage and hearing detailed testimony from an ex-girlfriend, a judge on Thursday forwarded to trial court the case of a prison inmate accused of killing a man while on parole in 2017.
Chelsea Girls Basketball Remains Undefeated
The Chelsea Bulldogs Girls basketball team, 8-0 (5-0), traveled to Lincoln on Jan. 15 to take on the Railsplitters, 0-8 (0-4), in an SEC White matchup. It was a matchup between the first and last teams in the division and it showed. Allowing two early buckets for the Railsplitters and locking them d
Chelsea Boys Basketball Falls to Lincoln
The Chelsea Boys Basketball team, 4-3 (2-3), fell to the Lincoln Railsplitters, 8-1 (5-0), on Jan. 15 on the road in SEC White conference play. After the first quarter the Bulldogs jumped out to a 17-11 lead. Ball movement was fluid and six different Bulldogs scored led by junior guard Owen Brown.
Michigan Subway worker caught with feet on food prep area
A woman posted a photo on Facebook of a worker at a Subway restaurant in Ann Arbor, Michigan with his shoes and socks off, and his feet up on the counter near the food preparation area.
Pets of the week: Sweet Daisy, playful Niko need new families
JACKSON, MI – The Jackson County Animal Shelter, 3770 Spring Arbor Road, has many pets available for adoption. Niko is a male brindle Labrador retriever/pit bull mix that came in as a stray. He has beautiful markings that resemble a tiger.
Wanted man connected to heroin operation in Jackson arrested behind party store
JACKSON, MI – A man wanted for selling drugs as part of a larger drug operation in Jackson was finally caught and arrested by police Wednesday, thanks to a tip from the public.
Sounds & Sights Concert Series to Hold Open Auditions
CHELSEA, MICHIGAN – Sounds & Sights on Thursday Nights, one of Michigan’s premier summer concert series, is accepting applications to be considered for this summer’s entertainment lineup. Auditions will be held Monday, March 4 from 5 to 8 p.m. at 128 Park Street in downtown Chelsea.
Melissa Gilbert, Timothy Busfield sell items in Michigan estate sale
GENOA TOWNSHIP, Mich. - An estate sale in Michigan sold more than 200 items belonging to “Little House on the Prairie” star Melissa Gilbert and her husband, Emmy-winning actor Timothy Busfield.
2 corrections officers assaulted by inmate at quarantine facility in Jackson
JACKSON, Mich. - A prisoner at the Charles Egeler Reception & Guidance Center in Jackson allegedly assaulted two officers Monday morning at 9:30 a.m., according to Chris Gautz at the Michigan Department of Corrections public information officer.
Appellate court affirms conviction of trucker who killed two in US-127 crash
JACKSON, MI – A trucker convicted of driving recklessly and killing two women in a crash lost his appeal for a new trial Tuesday morning. The Michigan Court of Appeals upheld the conviction and sentence of Mark Feuss Tuesday, Jan. 15. He was found guilty of killing two Child Protective Services work
Racial Slurs in School Should Be Handled Like Fire Drills or Lock Downs
“How do you respond to a student using the N-word in class?” Saline resident Channon Washington asked the Saline Area Schools Board of Education at this Tuesday’s Board of Education meeting.
Teen homicide suspect pleads no contest, could be free in 10 years
A 19-year-old homicide suspect from Ypsilanti struck a deal with Washtenaw County prosecutors Wednesday, Jan. 16. Based on the agreement, Dabronte Roberson would serve 10 to 20 years in prison in the July 4, 2018 fatal shooting of Garland Johnson Jr. in Ypsilanti Township.
Apparently We Have A Drinking Problem In Michigan
Michigan is known for lots of things, one of them being our craft brew selection. Michigan is quickly becoming the beer capital of the United States. That may not be all it's cracked up to be though, considering we are one of the highest states when it comes to drinking too much. According to Wall S