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Past articles by Michael:

Davison school board member speaks out about petition filed for his recall

Smith says he's being targeted because he's a young, outspoken, Conservative Republican among Democrats in Genesee County who says this is all being blown out of proportion. → Read More

Flint Water Legal Office prepared to assist when claims process starts on January 12

More than 50,000 people are registered to be part of the Flint water settlement worth $626 million. → Read More

Saginaw reports first homicide of 2022 involving 20-month-old child

SAGINAW, Mich. (WJRT) - (01/09/2022) - Saginaw Police is investigating its first homicide of 2022, which is involving a 20-month-old child. → Read More

Flint city leaders disturbed by 67 homicides for 2021 and calling for change in 2022

The City of Flint is hitting a grim milestone in 2021, reaching 67 homicides for the year. → Read More

Mother and children escape from shooting in Flint store parking lot

A mother with her two young children escaped death Tuesday afternoon in a parking lot of a Flint market. → Read More

Bentley Community Schools tightening safety practices in response to Oxford school shooting

As a response to the tragedy at Oxford High School, districts across Michigan are making changes to their safety policies. → Read More

Car crash in Isabella County takes life of 3-year-old child

A deadly car crash claims the life of a 3-year-old in Isabella County. → Read More

Bond for parents of accused Oxford shooter set at combined $1M

James and Jennifer Crumbley's arraignment comes hours after police said they were caught hiding in a commercial building. → Read More

Flint woman on Hogarth Ave. left home minutes before home next door exploded

Flint woman counting her blessing after home next door on Hogarth Ave. burst into flames on Monday night. → Read More

Flint area nonprofits work together to address shortage of baby formula

Supply chain issues are having an impact on just about everything, including specialty baby formula → Read More

Flint Charter Review Commission explains mistake with swearing in council members before election certification

Board of Canvassers are expected to certify election results for Flint City Council by Wednesday → Read More

Genesee County Clerk says Flint City Council members cannot be sworn in or vote yet

Genesee County Clerk, John Gleason says the election isn’t certified yet because of an issue with one vote → Read More

Returning Flint City Council members hopeful that shakeup will bring council together

Flint voters won’t have to wait long to see if this group can come together and take care of the business for the city → Read More

Flint woman carries on mother’s legacy by voting in Tuesday’s general election

Flint community leaders expect low voter turnout in Tuesday’s general election → Read More

City of Flint reopens mini police stations to engage community and reduce crime

Flint residents can file a complaint and get resources when visiting each mini police station → Read More

Flint community wants to invest in children by spending COVID-19 dollars on blight elimination

Flint City Council is continuing to map out how to spend millions of COVID-19 relief dollars → Read More

Flint City Council candidate forums hope to increase low voter turnout on Nov. 2

Three Flint organizations come together to host week-long series of candidate forums for Flint City Council → Read More

Residents relieved after city of Flint resolves 20-year flooding issue near “Devil’s Lake”

Storm drain failure was result of pileup of debris like large branches, trash, and old toys → Read More

Genesee County parents struggling to find daycare to return to work

Many daycare facilities have enough space but not enough workers, and the turnover is high right now → Read More

New bus laws in Michigan are in effect and could cost you $500

Grand Blanc Township Police Department says they’re hopeful new laws will help overall safety of students → Read More