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Thousands come to smell corpse flower blooming in Ann Arbor

ANN ARBOR, Mich. (WXYZ) — There is a smell of death coming out of Ann Arbor. A corpse flower bloomed at the Matthaei Botanical Gardens. It’s actually attracting thousands of folks who want to sniff it out.


Court affirms Michigan man must pay $50k in Islamic marriage agreement

DETROIT - A court says a Detroit-area man must pay his former wife $50,000 under the terms of their Islamic marriage certificate. The man argued that a Wayne County judge exceeded her authority by trying to resolve a religious issue in a divorce. But the Michigan appeals court says Judge Melissa Cox


Saline Weather Forecast For The Weekend Ahead

SALINE, MI — Here's your local weather forecast for the coming weekend, as reported by Darksky. Breezy in the afternoon and light rain starting in the evening. Rain until afternoon and breezy throughout the day.


As spring practice ends, Michigan has most of its new offense in

ANN ARBOR -- Josh Gattis had a goal this spring to complete the install of his new offense. It sounds like got most of what he wanted completed. Speaking Friday in Ann Arbor after the Michigan football team concluded its 15-practice schedule, the Wolverines’ first-year offensive coordinator sounded


10 Big-Ticket Events Coming Up Near Saline

SALINE, MI — New and exciting events are coming to the Saline area all the time. Whether you're looking to attend a concert or sporting event, theater performance or magic show, Patch's partnership with TicketNetwork has you covered. Here's your weekly roundup of the top big-ticket events coming up


Registered sex offender leaves MH, moves to Michigan

Less than a week after being reported to live in Baxter County, a registered sex offender has moved out of the Twin Lakes Area. Sheriff John Montgomery says 66-year-old Steven Michael McNabb has relocated to Michigan.


Meeting Minutes – Saline Township 3/11/19

March 11, 2019, 7:00 P.M. The Regular Meeting of the Saline Township Board was called to order by Supervisor Marion on March 11, 2019, 7:00 PM at the Saline Town Hall, 5731 Braun Road, Saline, MI. Members present: Supervisor Marion, Treasurer Luckhardt, Clerk Marion and Trustee R. Marion. Trustee R.


Girl, 14, drowns in pool in northern Michigan resort

BOYNE FALLS, Mich. — 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. Atte


Michigan father allegedly shot 2-year-old during fight with boy's mom

JACKSON, Mich. - Prosecutors say a man intentionally shot and wounded his 2-year-old son in the face during a fight with the boy’s mother in southern Michigan. The Jackson Citizen Patriot reports 32-year-old Michael Glance of Jackson County’s Blackman Township was arraigned by video Thursday on char


Man killed by stray bullet while sitting in bedroom watching television inside Inkster home

INKSTER, Mich. - Crime Stoppers of Michigan is offering a reward of up to $2,500 for information that leads to an arrest in the death of Anthony Alexander. Alexander, 28, was killed Jan. 12 at his home in the the 26900 block of Notre Dame Street. According to police, Alexander was killed in his bedr


Inside the mind of Chase Winovich, the NFL's draft's most curious prospect

ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- Chase Winovich is rolling now. He already explained how as a kid he ate a raw fish for $20 -- he caught the smallest one, ate it, saw the blood and hated it. He has delved into what it's like to share your vulnerabilities with the world as someone whose public profile is starting


Murder suspect has history of stabbing women with kitchen knives, prosecutor says

ANN ARBOR, MI - Demetrius Montgomery shook his head at the suggestion he has a proclivity to stab women with kitchen knives. The accusation, levied by a prosecutor, came as Montgomery’s attorney tried to keep testimony about prior domestic violence from being heard by a trial jury in the 2017 killin


Where to find 420 marijuana events in Michigan

Saturday will be a celebration of all things marijuana at dispensaries and other venues across the state as cannabis connoisseurs commemorate 420. That’s right, 420 became the shorthand for marijuana use, depending on who you believe, back in the 1970s. Some thought 420 was some sort of police code


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 is cracking down on payroll fraud

LANSING, Mich (WLNS) - A new unit within the Michigan Attorney General’s Office will crack down on companies committing payroll fraud. Businesses stole about $429 million in wages and overtime pay from Michigan workers between 2013 and 2015. Payroll fraud effects more than 2.8 million workers accord


Michigan mother gets jail for running over son in school parking lot

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. - A woman who pleaded guilty to reckless driving for running over her 9-year-old son while dropping him off at school in western Michigan has been ordered to serve 30 days in jail.


Multi-state listeria outbreak kills one in Michigan

LANSING, MI. (WILX) -- One person has died in Michigan from the listeria outbreak. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, eight people are reported to be infected with listeria in four states.


Ann Arbor OKs plan to keep diarrhea-causing parasite out of city’s water

ANN ARBOR, MI – Ann Arbor is preparing to add a UV disinfection system to the city’s water treatment plant to help keep a diarrhea-causing parasite out of the city’s drinking water.


UM's Don Brown on transfer portal: 'Not sure it's good for anybody'

Ann Arbor — In the final minutes of Michigan defensive coordinator Don Brown’s visit with the media to tie a bow on spring practice, he turned interviewer. “What do you guys think about the transfer portal?” Brown asked Friday afternoon. “The concept?”


Everything You Need to Know About Legal Weed in Michigan

While medical marijuana has been under federal threat since Jeff Sessions became attorney general, a deal reached just last week with lawmakers seems to have safeguarded states’ legal marijuana programs, leading many in Michigan to take a deep (or, um, very deep) breath of relief. Since we’ve all do