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Past articles by Jake:

UM Flint easing COVID-19 vaccine policy

Certain students, faculty and staff may still be required to get vaccinated, such as those in a health care setting. → Read More

SOS Benson working to ban guns at polling places

“The time for only thoughts and prayers is over,” said Benson, noting that many states, including Georgia, already ban firearms in polling places. → Read More

Bay City commissioners approve plan to begin construction on Independence Bridge

The work will begin on the bridge after the first year. → Read More

Sebewaing man arrested for breaking into northern MI home

A Sebewaing man is behind bars for breaking into a northern Michigan home on Thanksgiving. → Read More

Shoppers planning to shop small for Small Business Saturday

The day dedicated to shopping local has been growing in popularity nationwide. → Read More

Police take one subject into custody after hours-long standoff

Several police agencies are responding to an armed standoff at a residence in the 200 block of Garfield Avenue in Bay City right now. → Read More

Crime Stoppers searching for accused murderer considered ‘armed and dangerous’

Authorities say 39-year-old Charles Crutcher has several warrants out for his arrest, including first degree premeditated murder for a homicide that occurred on October 19. → Read More

Police: Saginaw man seriously injured in shooting

Investigators say a 47-year-old Saginaw man was shot inside a vehicle by another passenger. → Read More

Irene Bronner, matriarch of Bronner’s Christmas Wonderland, dies at 95

Irene and her husband, Wally Bronner, started the world’s largest Christmas store in 1951. → Read More

Man arrested for allegedly stealing boat, trailers

The Tittabawassee Township Police Department says the thief broke into storage units at SDR Storage on Midland Road, where he stole a boat and two trailers, between October 2020 and April 2021. → Read More

Major stretch of I-69 reopens after $100 million project

Thursday afternoon, Governor Gretchen Whitmer along with Congressman Dan Kildee and Flint mayor Sheldon Neeley reopened all lanes of I-69 between Fenton Rd. and M-54. → Read More

Flint City Bucks announces death of defender

Officials with the organization say Quaynor’s car was hit from behind by a speeding SUV at a stop light in Tulsa, Oklahoma Wednesday, September 28. → Read More

Officials: 4 Saginaw Co. children kidnapped by father found in Florida

Braxton, a long-haul trucker, was wanted on a felony warrant for parental kidnapping out of the Saginaw County Sheriff’s Office. → Read More

CDC: Wendy’s removes romaine lettuce from menu after E. coli concerns

So far, the outbreak caused 84 people to become sick and sent 38 to the hospital. → Read More

Police seek help identifying alleged rent thieves

Police say the two stole rent money from deposit boxes at a Saginaw area apartment complex on Friday, August 5th. → Read More

Bay City man sentenced to 15 years in prison for child porn

Zube was being investigated by Michigan State Police and federal investigators after receiving a tip from Snapchat and the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. → Read More

Police: Man seriously injured in officer-involved shooting in Owosso

Police responded to a report of a man banging on the door of The Avenue Bar & Grill with a gun while the building was closing. → Read More

Standish, Bangor Twp to receive $1.89M total in American Rescue Plan funding

The funding is part of $321 million announced by Governor Gretchen Whitmer for more than 1,650 Michigan communities to continue to respond to the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, which caused ripple effects in the economy. → Read More

Consumers restores power to over 30,000 customers overnight after strong storms hit Michigan

The majority of the outages are in Kent, Ottawa, and Muskegon counties. → Read More

Flint Community Schools temporarily requiring masks for start of school year

The district cited a spike in COVID-19 cases across the country. → Read More