A babysitter in Michigan is behind bars after allegedly murdering a 23-month-old boy left in her care. WDIV-TV, citing police, reports 21-year-old Kimora Launmei Hodges — who had babysat the boy on and off for the past two months — was watching him at his Roseville, Mich., apartment on June 13 while his mother was at work, when Hodges allegedly physically abused him.
MACOMB COUNTY, Mich. (FOX 2) - An inmate is facing charges after police say he murdered another inmate inside a Michigan prison last month. Elrick Cooper, 54, was arraigned on a second-degree murder charged Wednesday. Police said he killed an inmate inside the Macomb Correctional Facility in Lenox Township. He...
A Port Huron man died after a vehicle struck him while he was on his motorized bike Friday afternoon. The man on the bike going northbound on 13th Street failed to stop for the stop sign and was struck by an SUV who had the right of way and was eastbound on Oak Street...
Must be nice. A Michigan woman is laying down the law with a stern set of rules that her man abides by: She never pays for meals, pulls her own chair or pours her own wine. And, of course, she doesn’t have a job and sure as heck doesn’t want one, either. Leaha Ureel, a 22-year-old from Sterling Heights wears the stay-at-home girlfriend-turned-wife crown with excessive pride. Ureel told SWNS that she used to duck any fellas who didn’t dress sharp enough in her single days and broke up with her boyfriend, Alan, upon the epiphany to live being waited on hand and foot. “I...
A Michigan woman faces even more legal jeopardy after the toddler she allegedly abused died of his injuries. Kimora Launmei Hodges, 21, is now charged with felony murder, according to WDIV. She was arraigned Thursday and held without bond. The suspect was previously charged with child abuse in the first...
Sterling Heights, Mich. (WNEM) - A Sterling Heights lottery club got the surprise of a lifetime when they found out a forgotten Powerball ticket was worth $1 million. The TAJ Funds Lottery Club matched the five white balls, 16-25-27-49-55, in the Feb. 14 Powerball drawing. The winning ticket was purchased at a Meijer store on Van Dyke Avenue.
WARREN, Mich. – A video of a teenager’s arrest in Warren grew popular two weeks ago, leading to the officer-involved put on leave. Since the incident happened on June 6, 17-year-old Tyler Wade is speaking out for the first time. He spent the last couple of weeks in jail and was released on June 21.
It started with just a few individuals holding signs up to passing cars on Friday. But within a half-hour, nearly two dozen protesters had shown up to the last-minute push to show support for reproductive rights at the southwest corner of Pine Grove Park. ...
The Blue Water Cruise Weekend is taking place June 23rd – 26th!. Check out all the classic cars from Cruise Night 2022, which took place on Friday, June 24th along Pine Gove Ave. For more information about the Blue Water Cruise, visit the Fort Gratiot Business Association website fortgratiotba.org.
PORT HURON, Mich. (FOX 2) - A man died Friday after he was hit by an SUV while riding a mini bike in Port Huron. Police said the man was riding east on Oak Street when he ran a stop sign at 13th Street at 12:26 p.m. He was pronounced dead at the scene.
The Nati just got a little nastier. Roseville senior cornerback Amare Snowden committed to Cincinnati. Snowden (6-3, 185) is a Top 10 prospect in the MHSAA and a consensus 4-star recruit. Scouts tab him with NFL potential status due to his size, instinct and natural big-play ability. He had more than 40 offers to choose from, including bids from the Big Ten, SEC, ACC and Notre Dame. Roseville won a D2 district title last fall in a campaign where Snowden registered 5 picks and 50 tackles.
Blue Water Healthy Living is proud to present to you…. “Port Huron Past & Present” is a series of historical videos created by Port Huron native Bob Davis. Through his historical photographs and films Bob is able to place the viewer back in time. For many of our readers these photos and videos will be a walk down memory lane, but for the younger crowd they will learn about the fascinating history of this great town. In this episode we look back at Young Thomas Edison, Mickey Rooney, Walter Winchell, and more.
With summer officially underway, some might be tempted to fire up the golf cart and enjoy the breeze with a spin around the neighborhood. But in some places, it’s against the law. In communities like Chesterfield Township, golf carts, along with off-road and all-terrain vehicles, can only be operated...
By Jeff Stout – Former Port Huron Schools Board Trustee. The source and photos for this story were compiled and archived by Mr. Jeremiah May, a Port Huron High School (PHHS) teacher. Additional information may be obtained at phhshistory.com. As we approach the month of November some of our...
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WARREN, Mich. (FOX 2) - Some controversial cell phone video shows a young man’s violent confrontation with Warren police. Tyler Wade says officers beat him so bad, he doesn’t remember much of what happened. He, and his attorney, want to hold those officers accountable, raising questions about the Warren Police Department's use of force policy.