Gazebo narrowly missed at Pine Grove Park
Severe thunderstorm warnings again issued yesterday evening as an approaching cold front brought in some heavy rain and winds. Those winds were clocked at about 50-miles per hour in some parts of Southeast Michigan including near Port Huron where a marine measurement had winds at around 45-miles per hour. Several three-inch diameter limbs were downed in Pine Grove Park and some trees were
With this being the first week back to school for most students we talked on the subject of education with Dan DeGrow who is the Superintendent of the Regional Educational Service Agency in Saint Clair County. He says college costs keep increasing and many families have to make decisions about whether they can afford to send their child off to college. That in turn has given rise to
Zack Roz, of First Robotics gave his robot a good workout this past weekend along with Governor Rick Snyder who led the annual trek Monday across the 5-mile-long bridge linking Michigan's two peninsulas. He walked alongside a robot constructed for the occasion by the first robotics team from Macomb International Academy in the town of Armada, which encourages young people to learn about
It's not just about the fair... that's the 4-H organization, as they start a recruitment campaign to find adults willing to work with 4-H'ers in a wide variety of ways. Lori Warchuck at the local MSU Extension office says programs range from science and technology to the arts to career preparation to starting a business. Warchuck says 4-H volunteers can choose how much time
Vice President Joe Biden told a Labor Day gathering that it was labor unions which built the middle class and that in turn (quote) "built the United States as we know it."
It's the latest viral video sensation, and it's also for a good cause... that's the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, which is now quite literally soaking the nation as it raises awareness and money for the ALS Association, the non-profit organization that's fighting Lou Gehrig's Disease. The challenge involves people getting doused with buckets of ice water on video and
The body of a woman from Canada was recovered early Friday morning after she apparently jumped, Thursday night, off of the Blue Water Bridge. It was at least the third such case reported this year and happened about 10:00 p.m., last night. The body was found in the Saint Clair River near the Port Huron and Marysville border. She was identified as a 44-year-old Sarnia
One suspect is dead and another is still at large, after an attempted robbery and fatal shooting outside a bank at 16-Mile and Gratiot. It happened Thursday afternoon, at a Bank of America branch in Macomb County's Clinton Township. F.B.I. and local authorities are continuing their investigations into the theft.
A burglary in Columbus Township, earlier this month, has the St. Clair County Sheriff's Office seeking the public's help in the case. The incident happened Wednesday, August 20th about 5:00 a.m., at the Treeside Market, at 8792 Gratiot Avenue, with alcohol and cigarettes taken. The suspect is described as a white male, who was wearing all black clothing and a