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Mallory Pearson


Flint, MI, United States

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Past articles by Mallory:

I-69/I-475 interchange closes for the weekend due to bridge demolition

Crews will be ripping out bridge deck concrete over I-69 lanes, which means pieces could fall, that's why MDOT wants to have drivers as far from the area as possible. → Read More

New Data shows catalytic converter theft has increased 492% in Michigan since 2019

Catalytic converter theft has increased 492% in Michigan since 2019 according to new data from State Farm Insurance claims. → Read More

Gas prices make major jump over night-- experts say it won't slow down anytime soon

For the first time ever, a city in the U.S has reached an average of 5 dollars per gallon for regular unleaded. → Read More

Russia and Ukraine conflict already hurting American's wallets

Local economic experts say it's only the beginning when it comes to certain things like gas prices. → Read More

Large pothole closes the Liberty Bridge

Construction is still ongoing at the Liberty Bridge in Bay City, but traffic has come to a complete halt. → Read More

ELGA Credit Union CEO Karen Church retiring after 45 years

After 45 years of service ELGA Credit Union CEO Karen Church is retiring on Friday, February 25th. → Read More

Genesee County Road Commission says they need property owner approval to fix drainage issue on Gibson Road

Residents on Gibson Road in Grand Blanc Township have been frustrated for years as the road floods constantly. → Read More

Genesee County Road Commission closes roads due to flooding

The rain fell the majority of the day Tuesday in mid-Michigan, leading to flooding on many local roads. → Read More

Two new pieces of legislation introduced to add automated speed cameras in our state's construction zones

Two new pieces of legislation would add automated speed cameras in our state's construction zones. → Read More

MDOT planning how to spend federal dollars

It may not feel like its time just yet, but construction barrels are making their way back into mid-Michigan. → Read More

Michigan First-Time Home Buyers Savings Program is a big win according to real estate professionals

This allows people to set aside money exempt from state income tax, as long as the maximum account balance does not go over $50,000. → Read More

Memorial Healthcare lifts visitation restrictions

Many places are starting to lift restrictions that have been in place for months, including local hospitals. → Read More

Saginaw County Health Department launches a new app to help track COVID-19 cases

The web-based app gives information on case numbers, self-reporting capabilities, and helps with contact tracing. → Read More

Local group calls on Gov. Whitmer for more action against environmental and climate justice issues

The coalition against the Ajax Asphalt Plant being built in the Flint area continues to seek environmental justice. → Read More

COVID-19 positivity rates treading downward in multiple mid-Michigan counties

Coronavirus testing, case numbers, and positivity rates all trending downward in many mid-Michigan counties. → Read More

Snowmen and sled rides help Oaks of Woodfield residents enjoy the snow

The Oaks at Woodfield in Grand Blanc Township is making sure the snowfall can be fun for everyone. → Read More

Road crews hopeful to have all roads cleared by Friday

Road crews were out working on Thursday to plow away all the snow that Mother Nature dumped on Mid-Michigan a day earlier. → Read More

Linden Fire Department helps to decrease EMS wait times

Linden City officials say they are working to take on a bigger role in EMS due to increasing wait times. → Read More

Road Crews prepare early for big snow event heading to mid-Michigan

Road crews are already preparing for the big winter storm heading our way later in the week. → Read More

Grand Blanc Starbuck employees say safety and compensation are behind their reason to unionize

GRAND BLANC, Mich. (WJRT) - Four Michigan Starbucks locations are preparing to unionize, including one Grand Blanc location. → Read More