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Flint man sentenced in shooting that paralyzed woman

FLINT, Mich. (WNEM) - A Flint man has been sentenced to prison after he was found guilty by a jury for his involvement in a shooting that left a woman paralyzed, according to Genesee County Prosecutor David Leyton. Troy D-Duane Williams, 29, was convicted on 13 counts including five counts...
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Man sentenced to life in prison for family member’s murder

FLINT, Mich. (WNEM) - A man who was found guilty in the murder of one of his family members was sentenced to life in prison. On April 22, a jury found Brett Michael Andres guilty of first-degree premeditated murder. Andres, 37, was convicted of killing his 29-year-old stepbrother, Kip Brian...
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Drowning in Dues: The Cost of Water for Communities of Color

The federal government plans to invest billions of dollars into fixing Michigan’s aging water infrastructure, while at the same time the cost of water rates for Michigan residents continues to rise. The impact of having access to affordable, clean drinking water is especially felt in communities of color across the state like Flint, Bentor Harbor and Detroit.
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Downtown Saginaw announces 2022 Friday Night Live series

SAGINAW, Mich. (WNEM) - Head down to Morley Plaza this summer for the 2022 Friday Night Live summer concert series!. Starting July 15 and running through August 19 enjoy free Live entertainment, food vendors, and loads of fun children’s activities. Every Friday from 5:30 to 9 p.m. at Morley Plaza. Sponsored by Team One Credit Union, Covenant HealthCare, and WNEM TV5. Friday Night Live is also supported by a grant from Michigan Arts and Culture Council.
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Hit parade: Chemics, Falcons light it up in high-scoring split

Midland High and Freeland's softball teams have plenty in common. Both were relatively young and inexperienced last year and have come a long way since then, and both have 20 or more wins under their belts. And, oh yeah, they both can hit the heck out of the ball. Perhaps fittingly, the Chemics and Falcons split an offense-laden, back-and-forth twinbill at Northwood University on Tuesday, with Midland winning the opener 8-4 and Freeland taking the nightcap 11-10.
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Saginaw Police Department honors officers past and present

SAGINAW, MI-- The Saginaw Police Department honored officers who lost their lives and those continuing to thrive with the department today. In total, twelve different designations of recognition were given out, including Support Services Employee of the Year, Officer of the Year, several Meritorious Unit Commendations, and the Courageous Service Medal.
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St. Mary’s unveils new emergency trauma center

SAGINAW, Mich. (WNEM) - A brand-new state-of-the-art emergency trauma center expansion opened its doors in mid-Michigan on Tuesday. Ascension St. Mary’s in Saginaw held a ribbon-cutting ceremony to officially recognize the $18 million expansion. “Over the years, we’ve been promised over and over that this was coming. And when...
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Saginaw Police recognize, promote officers during annual ceremony

SAGINAW, Mich. (WNEM) - A local police department is recognizing some of its own and handing out awards to many officers for their conduct in the field. “We recognize a few officers today. But all of our officers do a great job. I’m extremely proud of all of them for all their efforts they do on a daily basis, helping and serving the citizens of Saginaw,” Saginaw Police Chief Robert Ruth said.
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