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Fenton man gets 32-60 years in prison for drunk driving crash that killed 5
He was charged with five counts each of 2nd degree murder, OUIL causing a crash, and two counts each of OUIL causing injury and driving without a license causing death.
Sears Hometown Store of Fenton is here to stay
Tim Stone (left) and his brother, Jeff Stone, explain daily to customers how their Sears Hometown Store is separate from the Sears mall stores.
Not just a police officer
If you’re a Lake Fenton student or parent, you’ve seen him visiting schools, covering football games and helping coordinate active shooter training this summer. Dep. Jason Thomas, 35, is the Lake Fenton Community Schools (LFCS) Student Resource Officer (SRO). This will be his first full year at Lak
Former guard pleads no contest after accused of ignoring inmate’s threat of suicide
A former prison guard accused in the death of a Michigan inmate who killed herself in 2015 has entered plea agreement.>>Related: Guard to face trial for ignoring inmate's threat of suicide<<The Ann Arbor News reports 49-year-old Dianna Callahan of Flint pleaded no contest to involuntary manslaughter
Emagine Hartland To Open This December
Emagine Entertainment announced that the grand opening of Emagine Hartland will take place on Friday, December 14th beginning with a ribbon cutting ceremony hosted by the Hartland Area Chamber of Commerce at 6pm. The theater will open to the public on Saturday, December 15th at 10am. The theatre is
Man struck and killed by train in Royal Oak
ROYAL OAK- An investigation is underway in Royal Oak, after a man was struck and killed by a train.This happened late Saturday night in the area of West 6th Street and Main Street. Police say the man was attempting to cross the tracks when he was hit. He was pronounced dead on the scene.The victim i
Fenton knocks Grand Blanc down one more time
“It’s always a goal to be competitive with Grand Blanc because they’ve been the Genesee County champions over the last decade. They are the standard of Genesee County,” Fenton varsity girls swim coach Brad Jones said. “For us, they are the best competition in our area, so to finish in front of them
Court Rejects Retired Judge's Appeal In Brennan Grand Jury
In July, former Livingston County Circuit Court Judge Daniel Burress and Howell attorney Tom Kizer filed separate appeals of a ruling by Livingston County Chief Judge Miriam Cavanaugh for an out-of-county judge to hear a request for a grand jury to investigate Judge Theresa Brennan. Cavanaugh asked
BREAKING: Severe thunderstorms expected
The National Weather Service in Detroit/Pontiac has issued a severe thunderstorm warning for southeastern Lapeer County, northeastern Wayne County, eastern Oakland County, Macomb County and central St. Clair County until 3:15 p.m.
Area firefighters battle house fire
Firefighters from Owosso city, Corunna-Caledonia Township, and Venice, Vernon and Shiawassee townships were dispatched to the scene. The Red Cross was called to provide support at the scene.
Lake Fenton volleyball stings the Hornets in four sets
The Lake Fenton varsity volleyball team not only defeated future Metro League foes Kearsley Tuesday, the squad made a nice comeback in the process. Trailing two sets to one, the Blue Devils bounced back to beat the Hornets 25-19, 22-25, 14-25, 25-23, 15-7. “It was a great fight and finish,” Lake Fe
New detox center now open at Flint Odyssey House
FLINT (WJRT) - (10/20/18) - The Flint Odyssey House now has a new detox program at their Beach Street location where addicts can come in and receive help from people who have walked in their shoes. "Normally we have sent people to the hospital to detox," said Denise Terryah, recovery housing manager
Lake Fenton's playoff chances end vs. undefeated Jackson, 36-14
Lake Fenton —The Lake Fenton varsity football team’s contest at home against undefeated Jackson was basically a playoff game. The Blue Devils had to win the contest against the fifth-ranked team in Division 2 in order to get their fifth win and possibly have a chance to earn a playoff spot next week
63 fetus remains removed from Perry Funeral Home in Detroit
(WJBK) - Detroit police raided the Perry Funeral Home near Warren where remains of 63 fetuses have been discovered and removed. Conditions of the fetuses are not known as well as where they were stored. About 37 fetuses were found in cardboard boxes and 26 in a freezer, according to police. A state
One person killed in afternoon crash on 23 Mile Road
According to the Macomb County Sheriff's Office, the crash took place about 3 p.m. and involved a Ford Expedition and a Ford Taurus. A man inside the Taurus, described only as an elderly man, was killed in the collision. The accident took place between Romeo Plank and Heydenreich roads.
9.6M tickets sold in Michigan for Friday night Mega Millions drawing
LANSING, Mich. (WILX) --As of 10 p.m. Friday, 9.6 million Mega Millions tickets have been purchased in Michigan for Friday night's drawing.
Michigan DNR warns public of deer meat concern
(WXYZ) - Researchers with the Michigan DNR and MDHHS made a quick call to warn hunters about a deer found with PFOS levels nearly twice the level at which action is recommended. The warning, officially called a 'Do Not Eat' advisory, came down early Friday morning less than a month before rifle seas
The Villages in Florida. Wildly popular community is Florida’s friendliest retirement destination
Tree-lined streets, golf cart cruising, balmy nights at outdoor concerts and neighbors mingling in three town squares. Oh, and did we forget to mention an average winter temperature of 77 degrees? If this sounds like a dream, it’s not. It’s the reality for the 125,000 residents who make up one of t
Mayor: General Motors switching Flint Engine Operations back to city water
FLINT (WJRT) (10/18/2018) - Flint Mayor Karen Weaver ended her third State of the City speech at the Capitol Theater on a powerful note Thursday night. "We will roar loud and proud for the world to hear," she said. "Flint proud, Flint strong, Flintstone. Welcome back to Bedrock baby." Calling it the
Fire burns at apartment building on Pontiac Trail in Wixom
WIXOM, Mich. - An apartment building was burning Friday morning along Pontiac Trail in Wixom, forcing residents to evacuate. The building is on Pontiac Trail between Beck and Wixom roads. No injuries have been reported. Firefighters from several departments responded to the building. Copyright 2