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Recent articles by Terry:

Saginaw teenager missing for a week

The Saginaw Police Department is asking anyone with information on Ryan Moore whereabouts to call. → Read More

Blunt force trauma caused death in Saginaw County bones mystery

A Michigan State University forensic anthropologist determined the bones are that of a white or Hispanic man. → Read More

Attempted murder or defense? Trial to decide Bay City man's motive in July 4 shooting

Prosecutors and defense attorneys have a very different perception of the July 4 shooting in Tuscola County that left a Vassar Township man without a right ear. → Read More

Downtown Saginaw loses popular Bancroft Wine & Martini Bar, Bourbon & Co.

Bancroft Wine & Martini Bar and the adjacent Bourbon & Co. closed on Tuesday with little warning. Both were located in the Bancroft Luxury Apartment building at the corner of Genesee and Washington. → Read More

6 year-old autistic boy leaves home; man causes crash trying to help him

The boy's mother woke up, found the back door open and the boy gone. → Read More

Third man arrested for medical marijuana caregiver's shooting death

Tyler Gruber, 39, was shot in killed in the early morning hours of July 29 in his home on North Henry Street on Bay City's west side. While the crime was captured on video, police are still trying to figure out a motive. → Read More

Sears closing in opens new options for Fashion Square Mall

Fashion Square Mall General Manager Paul Martin said the owners have 'full confidence' they will fill the main Sears store with something else. → Read More

90-year-old shocked by huge four-figure water bill

Even though Hampton Township eventually agreed to pick up more than half of it, she and her family are not happy. → Read More

Owner: Burglar alarm failed to activate during Showtime Guns & Ammo robbery

The Saginaw Township Police Department and federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives agents are still looking for four perpetrators who broke into the store early Friday. → Read More

Thieves steal roughly 40 firearms from Saginaw Township gun store

Federal authorities were at a Saginaw County gun store Friday after what appeared to be a break-in. → Read More

Attorney: Joshua Rosebush wants a change of venue and other motions

The 30-year-old is accused of shooting Saginaw Township police officer Jeff Koenig in the face during a traffic stop in January and faces 26 criminal charges, including attempted murder. → Read More

DEVELOPING: Caro Center to remain open, details to be released today

The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services will announce that the Caro Center will remain open in some capacity later today. → Read More

Community voices concerns about tenants of a Standish halfway house

'These are people coming out of prison, they are putting them in that house and endangering our children,' worries one neighbor. → Read More

Task force discusses how to stop elder abuse and prevent it from happening

Friday's event in Bay County's Bangor Township was the ninth stop for Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel and Supreme Court Justices Richard Bernstein and Megan Cavanagh. → Read More

Saginaw man dies 15 months after shooting on Hess Avenue

Fluellen was shot outside his mother's Saginaw home on Hess Avenue in March of 2018. He survived, but lingered in a near vegetative state for months until he died this week. → Read More

Police: High-value thefts in Genesee, Saginaw counties may be related

Investigators aren't saying what was taken in some of the break-ins, but it appears whatever they're stealing is worth a lot of money. A Frankenmuth veterinarian may have lost $100,000 worth of coins. → Read More

Suspicious death: Girlfriend finds 45-year-old's body in fire pit

Police are trying to figure out how a man's body ended up in a fire pit along Elbow Lake in Ogemaw County on Saturday. → Read More

Former Essexville public safety director disputes reasons for him being fired

William Gutzwiller believes the reasons he got from the city of Essexville for being fired from his public safety director position are a lie. → Read More

Neighbor watched frantic mother run 1-year-old's body across street for help

The mother of a deceased 1-year-old ran across the street with the boy's body, frantically seeking help. But it was too late and the boy was pronounced dead after first responders attempted to save his life. → Read More

High water may have contributed to Fourth of July fracas at Caseville beach

Some officials believe high water levels, which have cut the sandy beach area in half this year, may have played a role in creating the disturbance. → Read More