It's an early holiday gift for drivers as Friday sees the Michigan Department of Transportation reopening two lanes of I-94 in each direction at the I-69 interchange. But MDOT says they're also reminding motorists that future work may require lane
The Salvation Army's annual distribution day
Approximately 12-hundred local families are set for a brighter Christmas, thanks to the help of the Port Huron Salvation Army. Thursday saw the local charity's annual distribution day held at the former Art Van Building in downtown Port Huron.&n
A tentative agreement has been reached in Lansing between legislative leaders and Governor Rick Snyder, to ask voters to raise 1.3 billion dollars in new funding for roads.Most of the revenue would come from a one percent increase in the Michigan sales ta
Misty mornings this past week at the Thomas Edison Parkway
It's been a fairly mild winter so far, but next week could be a different story. A storm is expected to impact southeast Michigan next week, with the possibility for a significant amount of snow, just in time for Christmas. Dan Thompson a
The Tuscola County Sheriff's Office says an 85 year old man died Thursday morning after a one vehicle crash on an icy roadway. The accident happened about 8 a.m. along Gilford Road near Purdy Road in Indianfields Township.
The next fifteen years are predicted to see an increase in commodities and transportation traffic for the I-69 Thumb Region area. Dan Casey at the Economic Development Alliance of St. Clair County says the expected increase is due to being in a uni
St. Clair County Sheriff Tim Donnellon and Port Huron Director of Public Safety Micheal Reaves
An investigation into heroin sales ended with a suspect being shot when he tried to use his vehicle to run over a member of the St. Clair County Drug Task Force.
Roadways were a bit icy this morning, as a glaze of freezing mist fell on St. Clair County. About a dozen traffic mishaps reported.
Thursday and Friday the parking lot of the main Fort Gratiot Township office will not be accessible due to the installation of a water line, with the office also closed those days.
It's the big final push for the next few weeks, as the United Way of St. Clair County raises funds to help those in need. Executive Director Doug Dolph tells us the funds raised are used for a wide variety of aid for local families, both