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
Two motorists were sent to an area hospital after a two vehicle Wednesday in Worth Township. According to the Sanilac County Sheriff's Department, a vehicle driving south on Wildcat Road lost control on the snow covered road, striking a northbound pickup truck. Both drivers were wearing seatbelts and alcohol does not appear to be a factor.
Port Huron Firefighters responded to a house fire Thursday morning in the 1200 block of Wall Street. Two men had to be resuced from the upper story of the wood frame one residence home. The call came in about 7:49. Captain Jeff Tucker says th
Bridge maintenance work, in Port Huron and the city of St. Clair, will make your post-holiday winter drive a little more interesting. The Michigan Department of Transportation is planning to close the Military Street Bridge in Port Huron and
It's a big congratulations to the Marysville Middle School Robotics Team. They were the big first place winners Saturday, at a robotics competition held in Sterling Heights. Principal Alycia Shagena says the win was helped along by