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Lake effect snow from Lake Michigan made its way to St. Clair County this morning with a stream of snow showers that cut across the county.  The National Weather Service issued a "Winter Weather Advisory" until 7PM Thursday evening. 
The light snow falling has caused roadways in St. Clair County to become icy.  The St. Clair County Sheriff's Office says at least a dozen accidents and three vehicles in the ditch have been reported
  It's not winter yet but, you'd never know that from stepping outside.  This week is seeing some very chilly temperatures, with wind chills at the zero mark.  Up to 2 inches of accumulating snow is possible by Wednesday night, acco
An armed robbery reported yesterday evening at a party store along Gratiot. Port Huron Police say the 2740 Gratiot Avenue hold up saw an undetermined amount of cash taken by an unknown white subject in his late 20's or early 30's. No injuries wer
State Police at the Carol Post say a Clinton Township resident was the victim of a self-inflicted accidental shooting in Sanilac County.  The 55-year-old man was in a camper on private property when the incident happened about 9:45 p.m. Friday. He w
The Marysville Department of Public Service employees are participating in 'No Shave November'. Employees are growing beards to raise funds for the Marysville SOS Food Pantry which is located at 2920 Gratiot Blvd. The DPS is also seeking donation
The Detroit airport makes the top ten list of major airports with the most Thanksgiving delays. In the last ten years, more than 700,000 flights have taken off in the U.S. during Thanksgiving week and more than 12,000 were canceled or delayed. Detroit ra
Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy is trying to raise 10-to-20-million dollars to test thousands of rape kits found in an abandoned police warehouse. She explained to the Detroit Police Commission that 188 serial rapists have been identified from testing
Which high school football stadium in Michigan is the best?  The answer to that question might depend on where you live or where you were raised, but Port Huron's Memorial Stadium has a chance to be voted the best in an online poll. Cory Butzin
The St. Clair County Drug Task Force reports over $22,000 worth of marijuana was seized in a raid this week in Port Huron Township.  The bust took place Wednesday night along the 1700 block of 24th Street
It's just a matter of time before winter starts impacting on the local roads and your daily drive, with this week already seeing a preview of things to come, as a light overnight snowfall created hazardous driving conditions for some.  Kirk West
  Officials at Imperial Oil in Sarnia say no injuries were reported, after a small flash fire broke out, Thursday afternoon. The incident happened about 1:55 p.m. and saw sirens activated, before the fire was quickly extinguished.  The company a
  The Michigan Senate has approved a bill that phases in a new percentage-based gas tax that would raise more than one billion dollars in new revenue for roads. And motorists will be paying more as a result. The new tax would be phased in eventually
  Just in time for winter and holiday driving, the Michigan Department of Transportation's popular Mi Drive traffic information website is now available as an app, for iPhones, iPads and Android phones and tablets. The app is a free download from
The Doubletree by Hilton in Port Huron the scene Thursday for the 2nd annual Blue Water Business expo as sponsored by the Blue Water Area Chamber of Commerce.  President Thelma Castillo says about 500 to 600 visitors took part in the event, which fea
An Ohio man has been accused of embezzling from a steel plant in Michigan's Thumb.  34 year-old Chad Letson of Akron was arraigned in Huron County District Court on a charge of embezzlement over $100,000. 
The St. Clair County man accused of killing a 14-year-old girl whose body was found along a popular nature trail this summer will be in court today for a preliminary exam. James Van Callis of Wales Township is being held without bond after entering a not
On Tuesday Macomb Chief Circuit Court Judge John Foster authorized a 20% reduction of the original sentence of prisoners with community correction-eligible charges. The Judge ordered the release of prisoners that "would not present a high risk to th
A new Kids Count in Michigan report shows state policymakers must do more to lift kids out of poverty. The report suggests expanding the state's Earned Income Tax Credit and improving child care subsidies for working families with low incomes, which
The event on Tuesday will be held for the United Way of St. Clair County along Military Street in Port Huron.  The charitable organization is a volunteer not-for-profit agency that has been in the community for a long time raising funds to support a
The Port Huron Police Department Neighborhood Enforcement Team is concluding its investigation into a gambling ring that was operating within the City of Port Huron.
A fatal crash in Sanilac County's Marlette Township Tuesday claimed the lives of three people and sent two others to area hospitals.  Michigan State Police say the crash took place at the intersection of M-46 and Germania Road
With archery deer season under way and firearm season opening on Saturday, the Department of Natural Resources reminds hunters, when buying their deer licenses, to take a moment to purchase their Pure Michigan Hunt applications.
  Serve a day, get paid... that's for serving jury duty in St. Clair County.  Improvements have been made to the jury selection process, saving time for citizens and money for the county, with Clerk Jay DeBoyer saying another improvement on
  Port Huron Parks and Recreation are offering you a coupon book for shopping that will also go to funding classes and programs for local area families.  Parks and Rec Director Nancy Winzer says the coupon books come about from a partnership wit
  Kimball Township is looking to attract companies and employers and that's by improving their industrial park area.  Township Supervisor Rob Usakowski says the effort will be worth it, but it's going to take awhile, as the community'
  A man in Shelby Township is in police custody after being accused of barricading himself inside the basement of his home with a rifle. Police say the man fired two shots from inside the home shortly after they arrived around 8 o'clock Tuesday m
Next month will see water and sewer rates increased for Port Huron residents and businesses.  Several city residents voiced their protest against the much-discussed rate hike during the public comment portion of the meeting for the City Council
AAA-Michigan reports that gas prices inched up about three cents this past week.  Michigan’s current statewide average is about $3 per gallon, about 3 cents more than last week and about 22 cents less than this same time last year. 
John Grogan was the Town Hall guest Monday morning in Port Huron.  The autor of best seller "Marley & Me" says the lab lovers book was more of a little heart felt story with little audience expected.  6-million book sales later fo
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