More information on a new Genesee County task force called G.H.O.S.T., which stands for Genesee Human Oppression Strike Team, and an investigation that led to the arrest of, and charges against, 22 men from throughout southeast Michigan, was revealed last week.
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Michiganders can now get help from the state if they want to quit smoking. The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services will supply residents with up to eight weeks of nicotine patches, gum, or lozenges if they call the Michigan Tobacco Quitline.
The exterior of Joe Louis Arena is coming down as crews continue demolition. Officials say the work on the outside walls will continue through the end of July or early August.
Investigators are looking into claims that an employee with the Kalamazoo County Sheriff's Office stole money from inmates. The employee, who has not been named, reportedly works as a clerk within the department.
A new outcare patient facility is open in Ada. Mercy Health is bringing together both primary care and specialty services with the opening of its nearly six-million-dollar facility.
There's no decision yet on whether or not handwritten wills found in the home of Aretha Franklin are valid. A hearing on the late singer's estate was held in Oakland County Probate Court Monday.
A charge has been dismissed against Flint police Lt. Mark Boudreau, whose personal gun accidentally fired into the floor of a high school gymnasium as he watched a wrestling tournament. Boudreau, entered a no-contest plea in August, with a dismissal allowed if he complied with all court orders.
Dozens of people had to evacuate the Lansing Secretary of State office Monday morning after a bullet went through a window. Police say the shot came from outside, where a man was standing in front of the building and was shot at by someone driving a car.
A new lockdown lighting system is being installed throughout Traverse City Area Public Schools. Each school, as well as administration and transportation buildings within the district, will have a number of the blue lights.