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District Finals Top Play Nominees

Vote for our district finals Top Play of the Week! The winner will be revealed Sunday at 11. → Read More

HS Girls Hoops - Standish-Sterling at Hemlock

HEMLOCK, Mich. (WJRT) - Standish-Sterling cruises past Hemlock 67-25. All rights reserved. → Read More

HS Girls Hoops

REESE, Mich. (WJRT) - Reese hangs on to beat Bad Axe 33-31. Copyright 2021 WJRT. All rights reserved. → Read More

HS Girls Hoops - Freeland at Frankenmuth

Frankenmuth stays undefeated with 63-22 win over Freeland. → Read More

HS Girls Hoops - Nouvel C.C. at Carrollton

FLINT, Mich. (WJRT) - Panthers get big road win 73-32 All rights reserved. → Read More

Hart’s Closet gives nearly 50 Davison families new hope at Christmas

Hart’s Closet offers a new resource for foster children and those in need who may not have a permanent home or family to provide for them. → Read More

Champion boxer Claressa Shields signs deal to enter MMA fights

The undefeated Flint native is arguably the No. 1 female boxer in the world. But now she wants to make history again. → Read More

MHSAA suspends fall tournaments, winter sports for three weeks

The Michigan High School Athletic Association has suspended its fall tournaments for football, girls swimming and diving, and girls volleyball for three weeks. In addition, the MHSAA put a pause on all winter practices and competitions scheduled to begin over the next three weeks. → Read More

Churchill’s Food & Spirits plans to stay open and flexible despite capacity limits

Churchills Food & Spirits in downtown Flint will continue to move forward during uncertain times. → Read More

Grand Blanc running back escapes tragedy

Around 4 o’clock on Friday, Grand Blanc junior Elijah Jackson-Anderson was on his daily commute on 475 heading to the high school gearing up to take the field for week two of the football season. But within seconds, that all changed. → Read More

Michigan House approves $300 weekly unemployment benefit boost

The House approved Senate Bill 745, which allows spending $2.9 billion of federal funding for the Lost Wages Assistance Program. → Read More

Flint destroys 384 confiscated guns instead of auctioning them

The city recently destroyed 384 confiscated guns rather than continue a practice of auctioning them off, which started in 2017. → Read More

Michigan Renaissance Festival planning drive-through event for 2 weekends

The Michigan Renaissance Festival is planning a drive-through event over two weekends this month. → Read More

Mid-Michigan football coaches hoping to salvage a fall season

High school football teams across Mid-Michigan have been on a roller coaster this summer. → Read More

White House public tours to resume Sept. 12 with COVID rules

All guests over age 2 will be required to wear a face covering and practice social distancing. → Read More

Baby girl recovers from delivery by emergency C-section after mother killed in Calif. crash

The suspected drunken driver accused in the crash that killed the baby's mother is charged with second-degree murder. → Read More

Free COVID-19 testing offered without prescriptions in Flint

To help get more residents tested, the City of Flint teamed up with the Michigan National Guard to operate a two-day, drive-through COVID-19 testing site that is absolutely free. → Read More

Construction workers may get back on the job beginning May 7

Construction workers will have to take additional safety measures when they get back to work to prevent spreading coronavirus on the job site. → Read More

Double-lung transplant patient and father of three survives COVID-19

'I was scared. For this one, I was more scared than the lung transplant to be honest because it's so unknown.' → Read More

Gov. Whitmer: It's OK to be upset about coronavirus restrictions

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer has extended the stay-home order to April 30th while also adding restrictions on commercial and personal activities. Among some Michiganders, frustration has increased. → Read More