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Past articles by Whitney:

Health officials provide over 200 flu shots at drive-thru event

Genesee Health Plan (GHP) provided over 200 flu vaccination to attendees at its seventh annual Flu Drive-Thru event on Friday, Sept. 18. → Read More

Whitmer unveils sign for downtown Lansing’s Elliott-Larsen Building

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer unveiled the new sign for the downtown Lansing Elliott-Larsen Building on Monday, Sept. 21. → Read More

More places to begin accepting bottle returns beginning Oct. 5

The Michigan Department of Treasury said Michiganders seeking to return bottles and cans now have more options when redeeming their deposits. → Read More

Man dead after shooting in Flint

Flint police are investing after finding a man dead on Saturday, Sept. 19. → Read More

Kamala Harris plans to make a stop in Flint on Tuesday

Kamala Harris plans to travel to Michigan on Tuesday, Sept. 22. → Read More

Man dead after motorcycle crash in Flint

The Flint Police Department is investigating a fatal motorcycle crash. → Read More

MDHSS to post school outbreak information with names, case numbers every Monday

The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) will begin reporting outbreak information by school building on Monday, Sept. 14. → Read More

Vassar school distract reports possible COVID-19 exposure

Vassar Public Schools announced that a staff member may have been exposed to COVID-19. → Read More

MDARD seeks proposals for food safety education, training

The Michigan Department of Agriculture & Rural Development (MDARD) is seeking proposals for food safety education and training as part of the annual Food Safety Education Fund grant program. → Read More

Fashion Square Mall closes abruptly due to gas leak

Patrons at Fashion Square Mall were asked to evacuate after fire officials located a gas leak. → Read More

Nessel reminds students about the OK2SAY program

Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel is reminding residents that Michigan’s student safety program, OK2SAY, remains in operation throughout the pandemic and is still a valuable resource to help keep students → Read More

Youth, hunters with disabilities can deer hunt this weekend

Michigan’s Liberty Hunt is back statewide this weekend. → Read More

Neighborhood COVID-19 testing site opens in Saginaw

A new Neighborhood testing site opened in Saginaw on Tuesday, Sept 8. → Read More

Driver ejected after flatbed truck veers off road on US-10

Officials are investigating after a driver was ejected from a flatbed truck on US-10. → Read More

MSP canine team locates missing man

The Michigan State Police Cadillac Post Canine Team locates a missing elderly man from Wexford County. → Read More

Burton Police looking for man who allegedly stole a computer

The Burton Police Department is looking for a man who allegedly stole a computer from Computer Junkies. → Read More

Gladwin documentation center open until September 18

The Gladwin County Documentation Drop-off Center will remain open until Friday, Sept. 18. → Read More

Museum announces the death of USS Edson Chief Mike Kegley

The Saginaw Valley Naval Ship Museum USS Edson DD946 announced the death of Chief Mike Kegley. → Read More

Pedestrian dead after crash in Bay County

Michigan State Police is investigating a fatal crash in Bay County. → Read More

SVSU, STARS collaborate to paint mural featuring local poet on bus

The Saginaw Transit Authority Regional Services (STARS) and the Saginaw Valley State University Community Writing Center have partnered to create a mural celebrating Saginaw and Pulitzer Prize-wining poet Theodore Roethke → Read More