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Michigan man caught on video performing sex acts on woman's dog, police say

HUBBARD LAKE, Mich. - A Michigan man was caught on video engaging in sex acts with a woman's dog, police said. The woman called police Friday and said she was reviewing her home security video and saw Damian Barton performing sex acts with her bull terrior-Lab mix, officials said.


South Haven developer lands $750K grant

SOUTH HAVEN — A company that is developing a $4.5 million mixed-use building in downtown South Haven has received a financial boost from the state. South Haven Center, LLC has received a $750,000 Community Revitalization Program grant from the Michigan Strategic Fund to construct a three-story build


Michigan father accused of shooting 2-year-old son in the face with a shotgun

BLACKMAN TOWNSHIP, Mich. (WILX/Gray News) - A judge set the bond of a man accused of intentionally shooting his 2-year-old son in the face at $10 million. Magistrate Judge Fred Bishop formally charged 32-year-old Michael Glance on Thursday, April 18 with several felonies including assault with inten


Where is Michigan’s Most Iconic restaurant?

Where is Michigan’s Most Iconic restaurant? Our Michigan’s Best team wants to know. We are searching for the incredible spots across Michigan that have been open for years, and yet remain a favorite to this day. Places that are steeped in history, and that are destinations for generations of diners.


Change At The Top Of The Van Buren County Road Commission

A change has been made at the helm of the Van Buren County Road Commission. A letter from the commission to area officials confirms Larry Hummel is no longer employed as the agency’s engineer-manager, effective last Thursday. It is not clear if Hummel resigned or was fired. He had been in that capac


Michigan school district ups suspension time as 'ten-second fights' trend grows

GRAND TRAVERSE COUNTY, Mich. - A Michigan school district has seen a huge spike in student fights and now they're trying to do something about it. Kingsley Area Schools has reported more student fights in the past week than in the last several years. That's because of a social media trend apparently


Woman arrested after trying to hit ex-boyfriend with pickup truck

DOWAGIAC, Mich. — Officers arrest a Dowagiac woman after she attempted to hit her ex-boyfriend with a pickup truck, but instead struck a light pole Sunday afternoon. The 35-year-old woman from Dowagiac struck the light pole on Main Street, near Pennsylvania Avenue, at about 12 p.m. Sunday, April 21,


2 Michigan Beer Bars Named Best In America

Is anyone really surprised that Michigan is home to multiple beer bars that are on the list of best beer bars in America? Nope!. Now, this list is made up of only non-franchise beer bars, that means no breweries either. These rules were specifically put in place because of Michigan. Hopcat would be


Inkster murder was marijuana deal, Michigan State Police say

INKSTER, Mich. (FOX 2) - The Michigan State Police said investigators are still checking all of the facts into a shooting in Inkster Monday afternoon but say they believe it was a marijuana deal and not a random accident.


Lake water temperatures too cold to swim, despite warmer spring weather

SOUTH HAVEN, Mich. — Although warmer temperatures make it feel like summer, experts urged people not to jump right into the lakes quite yet. Lake Michigan water temperatures range from mid 30s to lower 40s for late April.


Michigan mother ordered to stand trial after fire kills kids

EASTPOINTE, Mich. – The mother of two boys who, along with another child, died in an accidental Detroit-area house fire has been ordered to stand trial on child abuse charges .


Michigan Senate approves ban on e-cigarette sales to minors

LANSING, MI -- Legislation to keep electronic cigarettes out of the hands of minors moved forward Tuesday as the Michigan Senate unanimously adopted two bills restricting access to the devices.


Marijuana business survey now available in Michigan

MICHIGAN -- The Dept. of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA) and the Bureau of Marijuana Regulation (BMR) are requesting that individuals who are considering applying for adult-use (recreational) marijuana establishment licenses participate in a short survey.


Michigan, It Was Declared Unconstitutional For A City to Chalk Your Tire

Many of us who have driven into cities have either seen tires chalked or had our vehicles chalked by city parking patrol officers. These cities do this to keep track of how long your vehicle has been parked in a certain area in order to ticket you if you have exceeded their stated legal time.


University of Michigan offers training after shooter scare

ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) - The University of Michigan will offer active shooter response training this fall following a recent scare that triggered an alert of a possible gunman on campus.


Michigan State Police tweet warning signs for terrorism

At this time, there is no connection to Michigan with the terrorist attacks in Sri Lanka, according to the Michigan State Police (MSP) Metro-Detroit Post. The death toll in Sri Lanka reached 290 after several blasts hit churches and hotels across the country Sunday, April 21, Easter Sunday. Police s


Christian adoption agency in Michigan reverses LGBTQ policy

A Christian adoption agency in Michigan announced that it would be changing a longstanding policy and will now allow LGBTQ parents to adopt. Bethany Christian Services made the decision to reverse its policy after employees reportedly threatened to walk out if it did not do so, according to local ou


Michigan State Police to hold drug take-back day

ALPENA, MICH — Studies show a majority of abused prescription drugs are obtained from family and friends. Michigan State Police are asking Michiganders to help fix this problem. The agency is hoping to keep people safe by collecting unwanted, unused, and expired drugs for National Prescription Drug


Jury convicts Michigan deer hunter who said he didn’t need license due to ‘laws of nature’

ONTONAGON, MI – It took an Upper Peninsula jury just 10 minutes to convict a hunter who said he didn’t need a hunting license because of the “laws of nature.”. According to the Associated Press, 68-year-old Ron Ehinger of Ewen was charged with two counts of taking an antlered deer with 8 points or m


Michigan Lottery: Woman plans to buy new house after winning $1M on scratch off ticket

A St. Joseph County woman is still in disbelief after winning $1 million playing the Michigan Lottery’s Millionaire Maker instant game. “I bought the ticket while I was at the grocery store and decided to scratch it before I left,” said the 37-year-old player, who chose to remain anonymous. “When I