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The grounds of Perry City Hall were filled with eager Easter egg hunters on Saturday morning. The annual hunt is organized by Perry Baptist Church and, in addition to 10,000 eggs, also featured a presentation for kids that shared the story of Jesus' death and resurrection. Check out more photos below!
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Attempts to modify state plans to require Medicaid recipients to work are failing to gain support. The measure to require 29-hours of work passed in a Michigan Senate committee, but attempts to cut that to 20 hours and to exempt veterans failed.
A 17-year-old student of Port Huron High School was arraigned Thursday, after making a threat against the school. The school resource officer was told about the threat Monday and investigators say it stemmed from a dispute with other students.
Two tribes are joining a group's fight against developments on Lake Michigan. The Saugatuck Dunes Coastal Alliance denounces plans to build a marina and a housing development at the mouth of the Kalamazoo River.
The only youth shelter serving Kent, Ottawa, Montcalm and Ionia counties is finally ready to open its doors. Arbor Circle's "The Bridge Youth Shelter announced this week that their renovations have been completed.
Detroit Police report a 13-year-old boy was shot in the foot while inside his home early Thursday morning. He was lying on a couch in the living room of the home in the 84-hundred block of Plainview, when a bullet pierced a front window.
It's been a historically rough winter in Flint. The city has set a new record for snow with 85-point-three inches recorded between Halloween and Wednesday, almost two inches more than the previous record for Flint in 2014.
West Michigan residents headed to the capitol to tell legislators the affects of lead poisoning. Wednesday, over one-hundred people gathered at the statehouse to tell lawmakers how they've been impacted by the epidemic.
Michigan's Attorney General has filed a civil lawsuit against the company he said is responsible for the utility line damage below the Straits of Mackinac. An investigation determined a ship owned by Van Enkevort Tug and Barge dragged an anchor through the straits at the time utility lines were damaged.
There's a new driver behind the wheel of GM's Cadillac division. The company announced Wednesday that it's appointing Steve Carlisle to replace Johan de Nysschen as president of Cadillac effective immediately.
A Delta Airlines flight from Detroit to West Palm Beach blew a tire shortly after takeoff Wednesday morning, but continued the flight and landed safely. There were no injuries aboard the MD-90.
A new study on air quality says seven west Michigan counties get "F's" for unhealthy ozone days. Allegan, Berrian, Cass, Kalamazoo, Kent, Muskegon and Ottowa counties all recorded high rates of poor air quality.
Montcalm County Sheriff's deputies are investigating an armed robbery at a gas station in Pierson. Police say the suspect walked into the Trading Post gas station on 4th Street and Federal Road armed with a long gun.
Beaumont Health and Ford Motor Company have announced plans for a new non-emergency shuttle service for patients of Beaumont. The "GoRide" program will cover around 200 of Beaumont's facilities all over Southeast Michigan.
Two former Flint police officers have pleaded guilty to federal charges after admitting to selling internal crash reports. Richard Besson and Jason Groulx both pleaded guilty Wednesday, in Flint U.S. District Court.
An attack on Ingham Intermediate School District's online network and the person police say is responsible was one of its own students. The incident happened in February 2017. Police say 19-year old Brandon Barlett targeted the district in a ransomware attack.
The Mackinac Bridge reopened after being closed for most of the day Wednesday because of falling ice. The bridge spent more time closed on Saturday morning.
State prison officials locked down the St. Louis Correctional Facility. A Corrections Department spokesman says the fighting appears to have started over access to pay phones and computer terminals and eventually involved as many as 50 inmates.
The executive director of Michigan State University's Alumni Association is resigning in the midst of an investigation by the school's Title IX office. Scott Westerman told the school he was moving to Florida to return to the private sector.
The city of Wyoming now has its first female director of public safety. The city council announced Tuesday, that as current chief James Carmody retires later this month, Captain Kimberly Koster will take his place.
A Grand Rapids man is going to prison for crimes of financial fraud. Brandon Rogers was sentenced Tuesday to four years in prison for student loan, grant, and tax fraud.
A builder of luxury homes is buying the Northville Downs harness racing track site. Hunter Pasteur Homes plans to build up to 600 high-end rental apartments, townhouses and single-family houses on the 48-acre site.
It's not only bottled water that's driven a wedge between Gov. Rick Snyder and Flint Mayor Karen Weaver. Both are also wrestling over control of a $6.1-million reserve water crisis fund, money appropriated by the Michigan Legislature for Flint but unspent so far.
Jackson County Sheriff Steve Rand is accused of diverting funds from the jail commissary to purchase a patrol vehicle that he drove exclusively. The allegation, made in January was the subject of a 2 month criminal investigation by Michigan State Police.
Traverse City sidewalks will be getting some much-needed repairs. Monday night, city commissioners approved nearly $1 million dollars, to fix sidewalks throughout the city that have been in need of repairs for years.
Michigan lawmakers are threatening to impose a ten-percent funding cut on any university that fails to comply with proposed new requirements prompted by the Larry Nassar case. Requirements include a ban on the use of in-house medical experts in investigations.
Eastern Michigan University is confirming that it will close its satellite campus in Livonia this summer. The school says it will not renew its lease for the classroom space on Six Mile near I-275.
The upcoming construction on I-696 may have unintended consequences for those living near the freeway. Warren Mayor Jim Fouts believes a number of rodents, especially rats, will be moving into neighborhoods.
A Cutlerville man is extending his gratitude to the firefighters who saved his life. John Hey had a serious heart attack while playing basketball at South Christian High School in February.
Police Chief James Craig is reassigning a veteran Detroit police officer. Officer Aubrey Wade was caught making insensitive comments last summer at the scene where a teen driving an ATV died after being stunned by the State Police.
The long-time director of the Genesee County parks system, Amy McMillan, says she's stepping down. A person close to the situation says she's leaving for a new job with the Huron-Clinton Metroparks.