Mark Bullion, ABC12WJRT

Mark Bullion

ABC12WJRT

Flint, MI, United States

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Past:
  • ABC12WJRT
  • WDTV 5 News
  • KFVS News
  • FOX19
  • WTOC11

Past articles by Mark:

Flint doctor expresses concern over recent slight rise in COVID-19 cases

The state health department is reporting more than 3,200 cases of the virus and 70 deaths over a five day period. → Read More

GM heavy duty pickups account for 41% retail market share, chip crisis appears to be easing

General Motors is seeing significant year-over-year market share gains in their heavy duty truck line up. → Read More

AG Nessel in Flint Thursday touting Genesee County Jail IGNITE program

IGNITE allows inmates to take online courses and earn credits toward a GED, learn a skilled trade job or take enrichment courses that will allow them to be a contributing → Read More

1945 Fisher Body lighter reunited with family of original owner

After the story aired, family members of the man who we've learned is now deceased contacted Lonnie Simmons who has the lighter. → Read More

Demand for new construction homes on the rise in Michigan

Moen said that for those wanting to build new, don't expect things to happen right away. → Read More

US economy adds 431,000 jobs for March, impact of job growth and demand being felt in mid Michigan

The Bureau of Labor Statistics is also reporting unemployment is down two tenths of a percentage point to 3.6% → Read More

Former Shiawassee County chairman and commissioner trying to drop himself from OMA lawsuit

Court records indicate Root is trying to get himself dropped from an Open Meetings Act lawsuit filed against him and other Shiawassee County commissioners. → Read More

Memorial Healthcare holds job fair, hiring for a variety of different positions

One of Shiawassee County's largest employers is looking to hire for several hundred full and part time positions. → Read More

Community activist talks how to tackle Flint's loitering problem

It's no secret several areas in the city are hot spots for large crowds and gatherings. → Read More

Flint man finds unique 1945 lighter with historic automotive roots

A Flint man recently made a discovery in an east side neighborhood that dates back more than 75 years. → Read More

State health department to change frequency of COVID-19 case reporting starting next week

Starting Monday, the state health department will only report cases of COVID-19 on Wednesday's. → Read More

Gov. Whitmer kidnapping plot trial continues this week

On Monday, it was disclosed that an undercover agent has testified in the case saying that two people involved in the plot were excited to get their hands on explosives. → Read More

Swartz Creek woman fighting state for $15,000 in unemployment overpayment

A Swartz Creek woman is still fighting the state to keep the benefits she says she was approved for and entitled to. → Read More

Bureau of Labor Statistics: Auto manufacturing jobs nationwide on a downward trajectory

The state's automotive and manufacturing industry is struggling to hire and retain workers. → Read More

Beloved Flint coffee shop reopens two years later

A favorite coffee spot in Flint has reopened after two years of being shut down. → Read More

City of Owosso water rates to increase later this year

OWOSSO, Mich. (WJRT) - Residents in the city of Owosso will be paying substantially more for water come the end of this year. → Read More

COVID-19 in Michigan two years later: Then and now

It's been two years officially since the first two cases of COVID-19 were confirmed in Michigan. → Read More

Low wages, staff shortages continue to contribute to ongoing crisis with childcare in MI

A new report out by the Michigan League for Public Policy and Think Babies Michigan, calling childcare in the state a crisis. → Read More

10 Genesee County communities enter into exclusive agreements with EMS provider Medstar

10 Genesee County communities have opted into exclusive agreements with EMS provider Medstar. Those decisions were made at a Genesee County 911 Consortium meeting today. → Read More

Dealership: Too early to tell if gas prices will impact car/truck sales

It is too early to tell if this surge in gas prices will be enough to change people's perceptions on EV's, but it definitely brings them to the forefront. → Read More