Post Date: Friday - June 23, 2017 - 12:22pm
Approaching the five-year mark of a tragedy that sparked outrage in the city and was the catalyst for change within the Saginaw Police Department, a college professor is using his artwork to spur conversation......
Post Date: Friday - June 23, 2017 - 11:44am
Lightning also struck a local AT&T cell phone tower, causing a service interruption.
ROTHBURY, MI - Rain, rain go away.
Enough rain has fallen in the Rothbury ......
Post Date: Friday - June 23, 2017 - 11:40am
Adult silver carp found upstream of electric barriers.
CHICAGO, IL -- An adult live Asian carp was caught about 9 miles from Lake Michigan this week, far north of the leading edg......
Post Date: Friday - June 23, 2017 - 11:30am
The roughly 40-minute interview, conducted by Michigan State University Police Detective Sgt. Andrea Munford, was shown during Nassar's preliminary examination in the 55th District Court.
In an August 2016 interview with police, Dr. Larry Nassar was comfortable describing how and why he conducted pelvic floor procedures on his patients.
It was when he was asked about an erection he'd allegedly had in front of one of those patients that the doctor, nationally known for his work with star gymnasts, became flustered.
"If there was an arousal, it would be because...when you're a guy, sometimes you get an erection," he said. "I don't...
Post Date: Friday - June 23, 2017 - 11:10am
Officials say they're working to prevent future escapes.
MUSKEGON, MI - Muskegon Heights Police on Thursday afternoon apprehended a teenager who had been on the loose for four days after escaping a detention center.
"Yes, he was recaptured today by Muskegon Heights law enforcement," Muskegon County Circuit Court Administrator Sandra Vanderhyde said Thursday.
Aquae Keyes, 14, escaped the Muskegon Circuit Court's Juvenile Detention Center between 10 p.m. and midnight on Sunday, June 23. Another 14-year-old lodged in the center attempted to escape at that time but didn't succeed.
Keyes' juvenile record included adjudicated cases of assault with a dangerous weapon, home invasion, and...
Post Date: Friday - June 23, 2017 - 11:06am
The village president of Kalaska in Northern Michigan has come under fire after posts from his public Facebook account have been deemed hateful, intolerant and racist.
Post Date: Friday - June 23, 2017 - 10:58am
The river was flowing at 5,860 cubic feet per second and rising rapidly today.
CROTON TOWNSHIP - Newaygo County Emergency Services officials are asking people to avoid the Croton......
Post Date: Friday - June 23, 2017 - 10:52am
"This was a matter of millimeters," said Dr. Donald Scholten, a Hurley Medical Center trauma surgeon. "The laceration was close to severing an artery. This was significant force that was allocated."
FLINT, MI - A police officer who was stabbed in a possible terrorist attack at Flint's Bishop Airport is expected to be released from the hospital sometime this weekend.
Hurley Medical Center trauma surgeon Dr. Donald Scholten operated on Lt. Jeff Neville just minutes after Neville was stabbed in the neck at the airport on Wednesday, June 21.
See complete coverage of the Flint Bishop Airport stabbing here
On Friday, June...
Post Date: Friday - June 23, 2017 - 10:28am
From island hospitals to swimmer's itch.
Post Date: Friday - June 23, 2017 - 10:22am
It occurred Thursday afternoon.
MLive file photo
OCEANA COUNTY, MI - A Pentwater man was critically injured when his vehicle collided with a semi truck Thursday afternoon.
Post Date: Friday - June 23, 2017 - 10:18am
Former Michigan State University doctor Larry Nassar will stand trial in Ingham County on 12 first degree criminal sexual conduct charges, 55th District Court Judge Donald Allen determined Friday.
Post Date: Friday - June 23, 2017 - 10:00am
The Crusaders are looking in and outside Michigan for a season-opening opponent.
MUSKEGON, MI – Four-time defending state champion Muskegon Catholic Central is still search......
Post Date: Friday - June 23, 2017 - 9:36am
Rainfall totals were crazy large in part of Michigan.
Excessive rainfall overnight has flooded a swath across central Lower Michigan. The heaviest rain fell in an area from Mount......
Post Date: Friday - June 23, 2017 - 8:55am
Many campers do their best to make their sites a place to rest and to party.
ROTHBURY, MI - While some Electric Forest 2017 campers a......
Post Date: Friday - June 23, 2017 - 8:46am
Smaller fish species highlight this week's report.
If you enjoy catching some smaller fish or like fishing with children, then the time may be right for you.
Fishermen at many locations on inland lakes in Michigan are catching panfish, bass and bullhead, along with some bigger fish like walleye and pike. According to the Department of Natural Resources weekly fishing report, the weather conditions, especially the strong wind gusts, have limited the fishing opportunities on the Great Lakes, so many have been forced to the inland lakes.
Rescued fawn gets splint to correct leg deformities
Several locations reported good fishing on...