Michael Reaves with reporters
Port Huron Police continue their investigations today into an apparent child abuse case that has led to the death of a 5-year-old girl. Authorities were called to a home in the 800-block of Oak Street yesterday evening where attempts to save the un
The Port Huron City Council adopted their 2015-2016 budget Tuesday night during the councils regular session. The budget, which included the potential early retirement of five firefighters and a $25 increase in leaf and trash removal services, was adopted
Onward and upward for some big construction plans at McLaren Port Huron over the next three years. The hospital's Board of Trustees and the corporate Board this month gave final approval for funding items that were first discussed back in 2013.
Port Huron Schools will be taking a trip back in time on Friday as a time capsule from 1965 will be opened at a special ceremony at Central Middle School. Fifty years ago, students from the former Port Huron Catholic High School placed a time capsule ins
Eastbound I-69 being closed to night time and early morning traffic between I-94 and Lapeer Road for the beam placement of Michigan Road. The new Michigan Road bridge should be finished by the fall. Detour routes are posted for sections of I-
The City of Port Huron's Beautification Commission looking for volunteers for their upcoming annual flowerbed Plant Day. It takes place on Saturday at 9:00 a.m. in front of the St. Clair County Courthouse, 201 McMorran Boulevard. Volunteers can choose
More than 1,000 photos submitted by Pure Michigan fans were installed and unveiled Friday along the Detroit Riverfront, between Rivard Plaza and GM Plaza, to kick off the unofficial summer travel season and celebrate Pure Michigan reaching the one millio