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It's a new ballistic vest for one of the police dogs in the Port Huron Police Department's Canine Unit.  Canine Braddock has received his ballistic vest as part of a partnership with the company Vested Interest in K-9's
While some people might be looking forward to enjoying their Thanksgiving leftovers next week, others will be out running Saturday as part of the new Turkey Trot event, as organized by the local All American Flames gymnastics group.
Trash fees for St. Clair County residents will cost a couple quarters more per month with a tipping fee increase approved by the Board of Commissioners.  County Chair Jeff Bohm says the increase of $6 per ton is needed because the county simply doesn
McMorran Arena in Port Huron was the scene Thursday night for the YMCA's "Night of Champions" fundraiser. The event featured several former Detroit Red Wings players including Darren McCarty, Kirk Maltby, and Joe Kocur. Chairman for the fund
Saint Joseph Mercy Health System (SJMHS) and Trinity Health announced today that they have entered into a definitive agreement under which Prime Healthcare Services, a hospital system based in Ontario, Calif., would acquire St. Joseph Mercy Port Huron. T
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The Detroit Pistons losing streak has reached four games after a 99-89 loss in Atlanta on Friday night.  Josh Smith led the Pistons with 16 points, while DJ Augustin added 14.  The Pistons play in Milwaukee on Tuesday.
No. 24 Michigan State pounded visiting Loyola-Chicago 87-52 on Friday night in East Lansing.  Five players scored in double figures led by Brandon Dawson and Marvin Clark, who had 15 each.  Matt Costello and Travis Trice added 13 each, and Denzel Valentine had 12.  The Spartans host Santa Clara on Monday.
The Detroit Red Wings came back from 2-0 and 3-2 deficits on Thursday night, to beat the Winnipeg Jets 4-3 in Manitoba.  Tomas Tatar had two goals, including the game winner, while Justin Abdelkader picked up a goal and an assist.  Johan Franzen also scored for the Wings, who wrap up a three game road trip on Saturday night with a game in Toronto.
No. 24 Michigan avoided a scare from Detroit on Thursday night with a 71-62 win.  Michigan trailed at the half 28-27 and the game was tied at 52-52 with 5:33 to play, but the Wolverines went on a 16-1 run to pull away and seal their third straight victory.  Caris LeVert had 21 points, while Zak Irvin scored 18 and Derrick Walton 16 for Michigan.  The Titans were led by Juwon Howard
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State Senator Phil Pavlov will be speaking to Paul Miller on Monday Morning at 7:30 to talk about the State Senate's passage of a bill to raise Michigan's gas tax to provide more funding for roads.
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