Michigan StatePosted by
The Saginaw News

Police on scene, investigating shooting in Saginaw

SAGINAW, MI — Officers from the Saginaw Police Department and Michigan State Police are investigating a shooting that occurred before noon on Wednesday, Aug. 4. Perkins between 13th and 14th streets on the city’s East Side were blocked off with crime-scene tape as several groups of civilians watched as police investigated.
Picture for Police on scene, investigating shooting in Saginaw
Ithaca, MIMorning Sun

Two injured, one seriously, in Ithaca crash

Two people were injured, one seriously, in a Tuesday afternoon traffic crash in Ithaca. According to Gratiot County Sheriff Mike Morris, a northbound pickup driven by Heith Holmes was traveling at a high rate of speed on North Pine River Street near Seaver Street when he rear ended another northbound vehicle driven by Elaina Britvec, 17, of Ithaca.
Picture for Two injured, one seriously, in Ithaca crash
Michigan StateWNEM

Person injured after shooting in Saginaw

Michigan State Police are investigating a shooting in the city of Saginaw that injured one person. It happened in the 1900 block of Perkins Street in Saginaw at 11:30 a.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 4, according to MSP. Residents are asked to avoid the area. Stay with TV5 as we are...
Picture for Person injured after shooting in Saginaw
Saginaw County, MINewsweek

Man With 'Psychopathic' Tattoo Sentenced to Prison for Repeatedly Stabbing Ex-Coworker

A Michigan man with "psychopathic" tattooed across his forehead has been sent back to prison after being convicted of attempting to kill an ex-colleague at a car dealership. Timothy J. Wachowski, 37, was sentenced by Saginaw County Circuit Judge Janet M. Boes on Tuesday to two sentences of 135 months to 30 years and 40 months to 10 years in prison concurrently, according to MLive.
Michigan StatePosted by

What all this wildfire smoke is doing to Michigan weather

The wildfire smoke has again overspread most of Michigan’s sky today. The contrast between the smoke-covered area and the not-yet smoke-covered part of Michigan gives us a good look into how the smoke influences our weather. Here’s the latest satellite image as of midday Wednesday, August 4. We can clearly...
Isabella County, MIMorning Sun

Mt. Pleasant school board recalls approved

Recall language targeting three members of the Mt. Pleasant school board was approved Wednesday afternoon, clearing the last major hurdle towards the gathering of signatures. Board members facing recall attacked the underlying case and language behind the effort. The three-member panel of the Isabella County Election Commission found that language...
Au Gres, MIPosted by
US 103.1

Is This Place For Sale a Boat House or a House Boat?

The 74' land yacht S.S. Huronia is for sale on the waterfront overlooking Lake Huron and the Saginaw Bay in Au Gres, Michigan. If you love boats, this house is right in your wheelhouse. This unique, only in Michigan real estate listing is for a house that looks like a boat run aground. Originally built in 1936, not in a bottle but on the point between Saginaw Bay and Lake Huron, it is unlike anything you have ever seen.
Michigan StatePosted by

Dashcam shows handcuffed Michigan man steal police car he was in

BAY CITY, MI — One hot July night, Rockyon A. Poole sat with his wrists cuffed behind his back in the backseat of a Michigan State Police patrol vehicle. As rapper Burden’s “Riot for Me” blared from the vehicle’s speakers, its lyrics coincidentally describing a man being handcuffed in a cop car, Poole managed to slip his manacled hands around front before climbing into the driver’s seat.
Saginaw, MIWNEM

Saginaw School Board approves demolition of bean elevator

The Saginaw Public School Board approved plans on Wednesday to demolish the bean elevator that used to be home to the iconic "Beans Bunny" sign. Members approved a budget of $543,210 for Beirlein Construction to bring the building down six to zero. The demolition will help make way for the...
Coleman, MIHuron Daily Tribune

Coleman Community Schools react to bond decision

Coleman Community Schools are remaining hopeful after voters resoundingly denied a bond proposal to improve facility conditions in the school district. In total, 467 people voted 'Yes' and 1,021 voted 'No' on a 3.85-mill increase over the current debt levy to renovate classrooms, update the ventilation system, build a new auditorium and more.