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Past articles by Rachael:

Remembering the true meaning of Labor Day

Flint holds a special place when it comes to Labor Day. → Read More

MDOT to complete 19 projects over the next three months

While drivers found many road construction projects on pause for Labor Day weekend, crews will be picking up the pace after the holiday to get ahead of depleting daylight and → Read More

Resident looks to preserve fallen century old historic tree

Many of the cemetery’s trees are numbered and provide information of the tree’s history to those visiting the lot. Bernard says that history should be carried on even when the → Read More

Central Michigan University welcomes largest class since 2014

More than 2,000 new freshman students will start classes next week at Central Michigan University. → Read More

EPA regional administrator lauds Flint for water infrastructure upgrades

On Tuesday, federal Environmental Protection Agency Region 5 Administrator Debra Shore toured the water plants upgrades with the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy. → Read More

Grand Blanc schools increase security for new year

The Grand Blanc School District will have five armed security guards from Premier Security Solutions, in addition to four school resource officers. → Read More

Michigan issues second violation to Lockhart Chemical Co.

In the issued violation, Meyer states that Lockhart not only illegally discharged substances into the river but failed to report the release of the waste water to EGLE. → Read More

Teachers feel the weight of going back to school

While every bit of generosity helps, teachers still spend hundreds to thousands of dollars every year. → Read More

Genesee County receives 820 doses of monkeypox vaccine

GENESEE COUNTY, Mich. (WJRT) – Genesee County isn't waiting to help prevent the spread of the Monkeypox disease. → Read More

Northwood University welcomes two new students from Ukraine

Iryana plans to be a big part of the new students' experience at Northwood, by being a mentor. → Read More

Flint police report 40% drop in homicides so far this year

In total Flint has investigated 25 homicides so far in 2022. → Read More

Flint MTA awarded $4.3M for hydrogen buses

MTA will utilize the funds to expand its current hydrogen fueling station, located in Grand Blanc, and to purchase two hydrogen fuel cell buses. → Read More

Genesee County sheriff debunks fake serial killer social media post

The fake post on a Grand Blanc resale page is causing residents to panic. The post included a man's mugshot along with photos of a truck that ended up circulating → Read More

Flint water victims still waiting on claims process; disappointed by mistrial

72 percent of the claims submitted were personal injury claims. The report also say that 40 percent of claims were from those who were minors during the time of the → Read More

President Biden signs CHIPS & Science Act, impacting Michigan manufacturers

The bill includes more than $52 billion for U.S. companies producing semiconductors, as well as billions more in tax credits to encourage investment in chip manufacturing. → Read More

War on drugs continues after 3 kilograms of fentanyl seized in Flint

For perspective 3 kilograms is just over 6 and a half pounds. Advocates say it's an extraordinary amount of the narcotic to take off the street. → Read More

Abortion rights victory in Kansas may set precedent for Michigan

History made in Kansas is striking a chord in other states after 60 percent of voters chose to uphold abortion access in the state. → Read More

Flint mayoral candidates wait patiently for August primary results

Results were coming in very slowly for races in Flint and Genesee County on Tuesday evening. As of 10:55 p.m., only nine of 206 precincts had reported in Genesee County, → Read More

Mid-Michigan clerks wrap up election day prep

Clerks are wrapping up last-minute key details ahead of Election Day. → Read More

15 candidates to run for Flint’s school board

Five seats for the school board are up for grabs. The clerk's office for the City of Flint certified 15 candidates to appear on the November 8th ballot. → Read More