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A weekend ice-floe ride by a military reserve scuba diver from Sarnia has more than a few heads turning on social media and radio talk shows. The stunt brought on U.S. and Canadian Coast Guard search operations when the 32 year-old man was first sp
Motorists who often travel to Canada listen up.....the closing of the old span of the Blue Water Bridge has been moved up to Sunday at noon.  Road workers on both sides of the border will be busy setting up detours and special signage Sunday morning
Don't stash your cash this weekend because it's the 5th Annual Stache Bash and the highest bidder gets to decide whether the winner keeps their mustache or shaves it off. The event, which will be held this year at McMorran Place, is put on by the
The Department of Natural Resources is warning residents that wildfire season has begun. The unsafe burning of leaves, brush and other debris is a main cause of wildfires in Michigan. Officials remind residents that they need a permit to burn yard waste a
The fee auto insurers pay, and pass on to its customers, into an insurance fund to cover large claims related to car crashes - is coming down. The Michigan Catastrophic Claims Association says insurers will pay $150 per vehicle for 2015, down from $186 th
The Port Huron Recreation Department is announcing their lineup for the annual Rockin' the Rivers concert series. The month of August will bring several acts to Port Huron, every Thursday night, for the 2015 edition of "Rockin the Rivers". T
The Great Lakes shipping season officially started Wednesday morning at the Soo Locks in Sault Ste. Marie. Lockmaster Jason Wojnaroski says the Edwin H. Gott, a 1,004-foot freighter, was the first ship to enter the Poe Lock at 11:05 a.m. It was followed b
Work on I-69 west of Port Huron and Wadhams begins   Another big road project is getting ready to start here in the Bluewater area. Jim Petronski, from the Michigan Department of Transportation says the latest project to see traffic cones and digital
Some farmers were busy Wednesday morning....not on the farm but in Lansing.  It is Ag Day at the Capital where local lawmaker Dan Lauwers says agriculture accounts for surprising economic numbers. The Brockway Township Republican says he expects a n
Sunrise Wednesday outside our studios
Temperatures well below freezing and forecasts of snow should be over for the season but a cold front settling in today will usher in another round of more winter like weather. High temperatures by Friday are only expected to be in the upper 20’s w
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