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Past articles by Scott:

Victim comes forward, files lawsuit alleging rape by Lapeer priest

A priest is accused of sexually assaulting a young boy at a local catholic school years ago. Now that alleged victim is coming forward, afraid this priest may be continuing → Read More

Parole hearing held for man serving time for selling marijuana

“There’s been very little truth told,” Thompson said. He said a lot of the allegations are false, and he is not a drug dealer. → Read More

Trump supporters camping out in Freeland ahead of rally

The president is on his way to make Freeland great again. → Read More

Students organizing march protesting in-person classes at CMU

270 positive COVID-19 cases associated with CMU students, staff and faculty since the return to campus. → Read More

Newly released, pre-failure inspection found Edenville Dam to be in 'fair to poor condition'

Floodwaters destroyed homes, communities and lives after the Sanford and Edenville dams failed on May 19. → Read More

Veterans allege cancer cover-up at K2 military base

Green water, sink holes, radiation and reports of black goo. Soldiers say these were common sights at Karsh Khanabad Air Base, better known as K2. → Read More

Flint man serving up to 60 years for selling pot 24 years ago

A sentence of 40-60 years in prison. The crime? Selling 3 pounds of marijuana in 1996. → Read More

Dangers of the dark web

The dark web is the back alley of the internet, and inside you can find heroine, ketamine and cocaine. → Read More

Operation Pay It Forward lets officers spread holiday cheer

This holiday the Saginaw Township Police were at your door or pulling you over. → Read More

Marine veteran's flags stolen from his front porch

Samuel Facundo is a Marine Corps veteran. → Read More

Fenton teen diagnosed with aggressive leukemia just weeks before Christmas

A fall at school is being called a miracle after leading to an early detection of a cancer diagnosis. → Read More

Jails across Michigan suffering from lack of mental health resources for inmates

"Sixty to 70 percent of inmates in jails across Michigan suffer from mental illness," Tuscola County Sheriff Glenn Skrent said. "All the bad things end up here. People with drug → Read More

Two years after Saginaw woman was run down in the street, the family is ready for justice

Two years after the death of their sister was murdered, her family is close to justice. → Read More

Owner pleads for information on missing dog after other dog found shot

Meet Gus the Golden Doodle, at 9 months old he's basically a big puppy. → Read More

Bridgeport man concerned about landlord's inaction after carbon monoxide leak found

Damarkus Jeffries has no heat. It's been this way since he came home to his apartment in Bridgeport Wednesday night. → Read More

Michigan doctor plans to climb tallest mountain on every continent

When it comes to reaching the top of the mountain, Rakesh 'Rock' Patel knows how to get there. → Read More

Game On: College students earn education playing videogames

Those days are over, because these college students are gaming for more than just fun; they’re playing for scholarship money. → Read More

Horse farm that helps special needs children, veterans receives saddles

Gretle the horse - along with Rory, Roman, and Merlin the mini-horses - help kids with special needs, veterans and first responders through therapy at Equine Escape in Goodrich. → Read More

Mid-Michigan underwater after recent rain

Mid-Michigan is underwater after the weekend rain. → Read More

More than $8K raised for Saginaw’s Prom in the City

Saginaw’s Prom in the City has received the funding it needs and more thanks to numerous donations. → Read More