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Past articles by Rachel:

U.S coast guard shares ice safety tips

The U.S. Coast Guard warning that there is no such thing as safe ice. → Read More

Montrose gas station navigates supply shortages

Supply shortages and picked over empty store shelves continue to impact businesses throughout the country. → Read More

U.S. Supreme Court set to make decision on workplace COVID-19 vaccine mandate

COVID-19 vaccine mandate penalties are set to begin on Monday. → Read More

Hospitals throughout Michigan hit a breaking point

Hospitals throughout the state say they are at a breaking point and their ability to care for patients is at risk. → Read More

Grand Blanc residents frustrated with delays in trash pickup

Frustration coming from some Grand Blanc residents as issues with trash pickup is increasing again. → Read More

Michigan-based app lets you order snow removal services

A Michigan-based company is making it easier for residents to get their driveways or walkways cleared of snow without even stepping foot outside. → Read More

Downtown flint bar prepares for new year's eve celebrations

Preparations for the New Year's eve celebrations are beginning as COVID-19 cases are surging. → Read More

More Young adults living at home with parents or family

The number of young adults living at home has increased consistently over the last several years. → Read More

COVID-19 cases rising in people under the age of 50 in Michigan hospitals

The state's chief medical doctor reports hospitalizations for younger age groups have gone up in the past month. → Read More

Bay County Salvation Army season of giving is not over

The Salvation Army Red Kettle campaign may be over for the holiday season, but the season of giving is still in full swing. → Read More

NAACP Saginaw Branch hosts protest the vote rally

A fight for the right to vote, that's what a longtime Mid-Michigan civil rights organization says it is once again being forced to do. → Read More

COVID-19 student loan relief to end, what financial advisors are saying

Federal student loan payments are restarting soon this after they've been on a pause for nearly two years. → Read More

McLaren nurse shares story one year after receiving COVID-19 Vaccine

Tuesday marks one year since the first COVID-19 vaccines started to roll out across Michigan. → Read More

Military medical team helps relieve overwhelmed Saginaw hospital

An overwhelmed Mid-Michigan hospital is finally getting some relief. → Read More

Mid-Michigan remembers Former Congressman Dale Kildee

Family members and friends gathered in Flint to honor the life of former Mid-Michigan Congressman Dale Kildee. → Read More

Mid-Michigan doctors say hospitals reach dangerous levels

Mid-Michigan health experts are calling the rise of COVID-19 cases the 4th wave. → Read More

Catholic Charities prepare to open up warming center

Catholic Charities is getting ready to open up its warming center. → Read More

Davison Community Schools cancels bus routes due to staff shortage

On Monday, Davison Community School district says there are not enough bus drivers, causing them to cancel bus routes. → Read More

Saginaw teen finds his forever home

It's estimated that over 2,000 children in the state are currently in foster care, and on Tuesday, some of those children were officially adopted. → Read More

Mt. Pleasant P.D. to hire a full-time mental health first responder

A unique, brand new position is in the works with a Mid-Michigan police department → Read More