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The Port Huron Police Department arraigned the suspect, Sunday, in connection with the homicide that occurred in the 700 block of Court Street. Police were initially called to the apartment on Thursday, to check the well-being of a female that had not s
Wednesday is Canada Day and Saturday is the fourth of July meaning a whole host of fireworks displays can be seen across the area.  Sarnia's  annual fireworks will be blasted off near the St. Clair River Wednesday evening.  Earlier in
We are getting closer and closer to Mackinac Race time and one person in town definitely busy with preparation work is the City of Port Huron's Harbormaster.  This year finds the post held by a new  person....Mike Davenport...who has actual
The Michigan House Agriculture Committee is holding the first of what may be many committee hearings on the road. The first stop – a dairy farm near Snover which is located Northwest of Sandusky.. State Representative Dan Lauwers of Brockway Townsh
Average gas prices have stabilized this week in Michigan, according to a new survey from Triple-A Michigan. The survey found that Michigan’s current statewide average is about $2.88 per gallon, relatively unchanged from last week’s average an
A company housed at the MSU Innovation Center has carved itself out a niche in the craft beer world – making chestnut chips to be used in making beer. The chips are made by peeling and slicing up whole chestnuts and baking them. Chestnuts have been
An arson arrest was made last night at 8:13 PM by Port Huron Police who responded to reports of suspicious activity in the 700 block of 17th street. When officers arrived on the scene they discovered suspicious circumstances and contacted the Fire Marsha
St. Clair County saw an increase of a full percentage point in the latest unemployment numbers from the State of Michigan. The Michigan Department of Technology, Management, and Budget says the May rate was 7.3%...Sanilac County was up half a percentage
The ban on same-sex marriages in Michigan has been voided by Friday's U.S. Supreme Court Ruling. Voters in Michigan passed a ban at the ballot box in 2004. The issue was raised again after a couple from Hazel Park wanted to adopt each other's chi
Bad news for strawberry lovers in Michigan. A number of fields in the state are underwater causing the berries to suck up extra water, which alters the taste and means they won’t last as long. Bob Tritten with Michigan State University Extension sa
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