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Crash shuts down portion of Lapeer Road in Davison Township

DAVISON TWP, MI -- A crash has shut down a portion of Lapeer Road in Davison Township. Genesee County 911 is reporting Lapeer Road is closed from Irish Road to Gale Road. A crash took place around 10:30 p.m April 20 at Charter Oaks Apartments, 1000 Charter Oaks Drive.


Michigan boy calls 911 asking for McDonald's, police respond

WYOMING, Mich. (WXYZ) — A 5-year-old Michigan boy had a craving for fast food early Sunday morning and with his grandmother sleeping, he needed help. Possibly not yet savvy to place an online order on Grubhub or UberEats, Iziah Hall grabbed a phone and dialed three digits.


Michigan DNR Ticket 3 West MI Men For Poaching Walleye

Three West Michigan men were ticketed and could lose their fishing licenses for catching way more than the daily limit of Walleyes from the Detroit River. Michigan DNR officers were alerted of the three men after someone saw them fishing and catching over the 5 per person, per day, limit according t


Lapeer County Sheriff’s asks the public for help identifying two people

Deputies in Lapeer County are requesting assistance with identifying two individuals and determining their whereabouts. On Sat. April 13th at about 3:00 p.m., the individuals were at Kroger on 1821 S. Cedar Street in Imlay City.


14-year-old girl drowns in pool at Boyne Mountain Resort in Michigan

BOYNE FALLS, Mich. (AP) — Officials at a northern Michigan resort say a 14-year-old girl has drowned in a pool inside the property. Boyne Mountain Resort officials said in a release Friday the teen was found unresponsive Thursday evening in three feet of water in the resort's Clock Tower Lodge pool.


Montrealer who stabbed MI police officer sentenced to life in prison

A Canadian convicted of a knife attack at a MI airport was sentenced Thursday to life in prison for what officials said was a "mission to kill" Americans. In 2017, Ftouhi stabbed airport security Lt. Jeff Neville twice in the neck with a knife while yelling that God is great in Arabic with the plan


Michigan village seeks to sell land to medical pot industry

A northern Michigan village wants to sell a portion of its taxpayer-owned land for the development of medical marijuana facilities. The Traverse City Record-Eagle reports that Kalkaska leaders voted this month to list nearly 10 acres for sale. The land is located within the industrial district, whic


5 Flint Area Foreclosures To Check Out

FLINT, MI — Are you hoping to buy a new house, but don't have a lot to spend? . A tour of the latest foreclosures in the Flint area could be a great starting point!. Here's a handy list of five new foreclosures on the market near you — many of them surprisingly affordable for their size and location


Michigan State Police reminds residents to drive safely on wet roadways

DETROIT - The game between the Chicago White Sox and the Detroit Tigers wasn't the only thing affected by the rain Saturday. Police reported dozens of collisions in Metro Detroit in which they believed the rain was a factor.


Flint residents can sue the federal government over water crisis, judge rules

FLINT, Mich. -- Residents of Flint, Michigan, can proceed with lawsuits that had been filed against the federal government in connection with the city's water crisis, a federal judge ruled.


Jewelry store thieves in prison

 The three suspects who were charged with unarmed robbery of a Fenton jewelry store May 23, 2018 are in prison.  Chanell Flemming, 30, of Detroit, accepted a plea deal in Genesee County Circuit Court and was sentenced April 12. She will serve up to two years for her part in a smash-and-grab robbery


DeltaPlex announces West Michigan Cannabis Expo to be held in October

The West Michigan Cannabis Expo will be held at the DeltaPlex, located at 2500 Turner Ave NW, starting Oct. 5 at 10 a.m. A statement announcing the event described is as a "blend of business and consumer expo that is perfect for cannabis professionals of all categories in the newly emerging Michigan


Mid Michigan political analyst talks Flint mayoral race

FLINT (WJRT)- (04/20/19)- The race for Flint's next mayor is heating up, with State Representative Sheldon Neeley, entering the race. Neeley, a former city councilman for Flint's 6th Ward, made the announcement Wednesday night, after turning in enough signatures to get his name on the ballot.


3 Oakland Township-Lake Orion Area Foreclosures To Check Out

OAKLAND TOWNSHIP-LAKE ORION, MI — Have a lower price point, but still need to buy a home nearby? Don't lose hope yet. A tour of the latest foreclosed homes in the Oakland Township-Lake Orion area might be your best bet!


Northern Lights Glass celebrates Michigan's first legal 420 day

MARQUETTE, Mich. (WLUC) - It's the first 420 since voters said yes to Proposal 1 last year. To celebrate, Northern Lights Glass on Third Street hosted a fun, adults-only party all day.


Lapeer County authorities try to identify pair who may be connected to out-of-state investigation

IMLAY CITY, Mich. - Authorities with the Lapeer County Sheriff’s Office are trying to identify a teen and man who may be connected to an out-of-state investigation. The teenage girl and a man who is believed to be about 50 were seen Saturday about 3 p.m. at the Kroger at 1821 S. Cedar Street in Imla


West Michigan men caught with 80 walleyes

LANSING, Mich. — Three West Michigan men were caught with 80 walleyes from the Detroit River on Thursday. Michigan Department of Natural Resources received an anonymous tip that three men had caught too many fish on the Detroit River and were heading towards Grand Rapids on I-96.


Michigan DEQ Becomes Dept. of Environment, Great Lakes & Energy

There is a new state department in charge of environmental protection in Michigan starting today. That’s under an executive order from Governor Gretchen Whitmer to create the Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy.


Michigan Farmers Deliver Flood Relief Supplies In Fremont, Schuyler, Columbus

SCHUYLER – On a beautiful Saturday morning, truck after truck made its way into Schuyler filled with supplies for those affected by the March floods. The convoy of trucks made their way to Nebraska from Michigan, and were lead by a group of farmers looking to help out their fellow man. The group has


Michigan United’s Capitol Day gives activists a platform

Passion was running high in the Lansing Center when activists from around the state met to speak with representatives about issues in their communities. Michigan United provided buses for groups from Detroit, Flint, Grand Rapids and Kalamazoo to ensure constituents were able to make it to the annual