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Past articles by Regan:

25-year-old facing attempted murder charge after Home Depot shooting

Genesee County Prosecutor David Leyton announced a charge of assault with intent to murder against the suspect, who lives in Flint Township. → Read More

Bentley High School football season canceled amid hazing allegations, eligibility issues

With only three football games under their belt after months of waiting for the green light to play, the season for the Bulldogs varsity football team at Bentley High School in Burton is cancelled because of hazing allegations and eligibility. → Read More

Flint water shutoff moratorium remains after Whitmer’s order was nullified

Flint Mayor Sheldon Neeley said the city will continue water service for all homes regardless of payment status. → Read More

Fearing change, same-sex couple in Owosso expedites wedding plans

A mid-Michigan same- sex couple is expediting their wedding day over fears gay marriage could become illegal if Supreme Court nominee Judge Amy Comey Barrett is confirmed. Same-sex marriage was passed on June 26th, 2015. An Owosso couple fears that could all unravel if the high court balance shifts so they aren’t going to take the risk. → Read More

Marathon Township clerk seeking answers after ballot drop box destroyed

The Marathon Township clerk in Columbiaville is seeking answers. Why was their new ballot drop box destroyed? It comes just days after it was installed with funds from a state grant. → Read More

The Vault music venue reopens in Saginaw after months of being shutdown

The Vault is a music venue that opened in January. With only two shows underneath their belt, they were forced to close down because of the pandemic but now this weekend, they’re reopening. → Read More

Holly haunted house ready for spooky season with new safe practices

It’s October and Halloween time brings yearly traditions that gets people in the spooky spirit like visting haunted attractions. The CDC says attending haunted houses is a high risk activity for COVID-19. But that’s not stopping a haunted house in Holly from putting on a season of scare. → Read More

Bay City community steps up for 5-year-old fighting cancer

The fear of COVID-19 saved the life of a 5-year-old boy in Bay City. → Read More

Glendale Hills scarecrow convention promotes COVID-19 safety and fall fun

A Flint neighborhood is celebrating Halloween with some family fun that the public can enjoy from a distance. → Read More

Concert venues struggle to reopen despite the ‘OK’ from Gov. Whitmer

While Governor Whitmer has given the “OK” to reopen concert venues. With all the limitations in place, is it really worth it? Two mid-Michigan locations say, not really. The Machine Shop in Flint hosts hundreds of bands every year. They’ve been closed for seven months and will stay that way despite the Governor’s announcement on Friday. → Read More

Flint group hosts first ever skateboard competition

Calling all skateboarders, a new competition is celebrating what’s left of the outdoor skateboarding season with a hefty cash prize on the table. On Sep. 26 is the first Flint SK810 Fall Classic at the Flint Skate Park at Swartz Creek Golf Club. But it’s more than just a competition. → Read More

Sanford Sport Shop reopens after business, home destroyed by floods

A Sanford business is getting back on their feet after their business was destroyed in the aftermath from the failure of the Edenville Dam. The owner of Sanford Sport Shop not only lost her business but her home too. Now they celebrate their comeback after 4 months of hard work. → Read More

Flint student in the running for a $250,000 college scholarship

Lydia Taylor is a senior at Mott Middle College High School and now she has a chance to win a $250,000 scholarship with the help of a video. → Read More

Flushing Church becomes hot spot for remote learning students

Flushing United Methodisr Church offers space and WiFi for students remote learning. → Read More

Davison High School students spruce up courtyard at the middle school

A group of six high school students picked up their shovels and put their green thumbs to work. → Read More

New monument inspires hope in Sanford

The Village of Sanford continues to pick up the pieces left behind from the failure of the Sanford dam. But throughout the devastation, the community has shown heart. A new donation to downtown Sanford is hoping to show that with a new monument. → Read More

Fundraising for new K-9 vehicle pays off for Buena Vista Police Department

One year of fundraising efforts later including selling t-shirts, doing bake sales, and receiving community donations, they were able to upgrade to a 2020 Tahoe in June meant for K-9 Maverick. The new vehicle is safer and more functional for Officer Heyn and Maverick. → Read More

Ascension Genesys Hospital finishes trial for authorized plasma therapy for coronavirus patients

Ascension Genesys Hospital finishes trial for authorized plasma therapy for coronavirus patients. → Read More

Anytime Fitness in Grand Blanc Township shut down after reopening

Two Anytime Fitness locations in Grand Blanc Township are shut down after reopening. → Read More

Officials: Some who went to huge Sturgis rally have COVID-19

South Dakota health officials warned Thursday that a number of people who attended the 10-day Sturgis Motorcycle Rally this month, including some who came from out of state, have come down with COVID-19. → Read More