A driver was seriously injured after a crash with farm equipment in Tuscola County.
A jury deliberated for about an hour and a half on Wednesday, Oct. 7 before finding Larry Lyons guilty of all charges, including first-degree murder.
A local farmer estimates he lost between $500,000-$800,000 in feed after someone tied pieces of scrap metal and aluminum to corn stalks meant to feed cattle.
Superintendent Pete Newman said in a letter to the community that the employees had contact with the COVID-19 positive person during a home visit.
Elkland Township Fire Department Chief Glenn Guilds said firefighters were called to the home on the 4000 block of Seeger Street in Cass City at around 6 p.m. on Sept. 20.
Michigan State Police have been following an increase in unsolicited and suspicious packages being sent to homes in Tuscola, Huron, and Sanilac counties.
“There was virtual school. There were no eyes on these children. And we were very, very much concerned about what was happening. And there was no one to disclose to or report any abuse, said Sweeney.
At Millington High School the football team gathers to get their equipment for practices that will begin next week.
For one Michigan resident, all she has left is memories of her father years after passing, but now, after a lucky find, she has something to hold onto.
As different theaters across portions of our state are allowed to reopen, the Vassar Theatre is ready, more than ever, to reopen safely.
The Caro Post of the Michigan State Police is teaming up with other local departments to address vehicles running red lights.