Rayvin Bleu, WNEM TV5

Rayvin Bleu

WNEM TV5

Saginaw, MI, United States

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Recent:
  • WNEM TV5
Past:
  • wilxTV

Recent articles by Rayvin:

Flint City Council delays vote on $300 water credit

The Flint City Council has again delayed a vote on a $300 credit for residents’ water bills. → Read More

Mid-Michigan residents plan what they will spend their lotto winnings on if winners

One of the largest prizes in United States lottery history is up for grabs Friday night. → Read More

Flint Fire Department coming off busy weekend off putting out vacant buildings

The Flint Fire Department put out several fires in empty buildings throughout the city this past weekend. → Read More

Local attorney speaks out about tax evasion case, what defendant is facing

A Bay City restaurant owner is accused of under-reporting his income and is now facing a federal charge of tax evasion. → Read More

Trust provides update on former Buick City site

The trust overseeing the former Buick City site offered an update on where cleanup efforts stand after years of manufacturing left behind chemicals in the area. → Read More

Rising inflation impacting property taxes

Skyrocketing inflation is having an effect on the amount of property taxes you will be paying this year. → Read More

Volunteers needed to finish Bay Area Veterans and Learning Center

The Bay Veterans Foundation is almost at the finish line for the completion of the Bay Area Veterans and Learning Center, but they need a little help to cross it. → Read More

Holly businesses trying to recover from devastating fire

The city of Holly is rebuilding after a fire raged through the downtown area, burning several businesses. → Read More

Prosecutor: Supreme Court opinion makes criminal cases more difficult to prosecute

In a unanimous decision, the Michigan Supreme Court dealt a huge blow to the Genesee County Prosecutor’s Office. → Read More

Deadly Bay City shooting leaves business community in disbelief

A shooting on Columbus Avenue in Bay City on Sunday has left the business community in disbelief. → Read More

Planned Parenthood, Right to Life Michigan react to overturn of Roe V. Wade

The United States Supreme Court voted to overturn Roe V. Wade, leaving abortion rights up to the states. → Read More

Gov. Whitmer, state officials react to overturning of Roe V. Wade

The decision by the court's conservative majority overturning the Roe v. Wade ruling is expected to lead to a wave of abortion bans in roughly half of the states. → Read More

State pandemic lunch program set to expire

A pandemic-era program that helps provide free school lunch to students is set to expire at the end of the month. → Read More

Owner of Bay City building planning to create art district

The owner of a historic building in Bay City is hoping to inspire his community through art. → Read More

First responders utilize Critical Incident Mapping in schools

First responders could soon get a new tool to help better respond to crimes on school grounds. → Read More

Group hopes to make Saginaw a safer place

Police are working with local leaders to get unwanted guns and ammunition off the streets. → Read More

Social media rumors spread after two deadly shootings

On social media, rumors of an active shooter cause confusion after two deadly shootings Thursday. → Read More

Saginaw Twp. officer returns to work after severe injury

A Saginaw Township police officer who was injured in the line of duty is now back on patrol. → Read More

Increasing gas prices impacting businesses

As gas prices continue to tick up over $5 a gallon in Michigan, the cost is hitting local businesses hard. → Read More

Deadly crashes reach 16-year record high in Michigan

In nearly every category, deaths in crashes have increased significantly, according to the Michigan State Police. → Read More