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The 2013 death of a 61-year-old man originally determined a homicide is now being ruled accidental, according to a news release from the Flint Police Department.
Two city streets that will carry traffic to and from a new pipe manufacturing facility will be rebuilt with a $2.3 million grant from the Michigan Department of Transportation.
A Flint teen has pleaded guilty to fatally shooting a 21-year-old man outside a Mt.
The Genesee County Prosecutor's Office will have to decide if a 72-year-old man was justified in shooting and killing a 17-year-old man who allegedly broke into his house but, according to police, was fleeing and outside the home when he was shot.
An armored carrier company's van, which was carrying approximately $1 million, crashed Tuesday on an icy roadway near Flint, Michigan -- spilling a portion of its cash load, authorities said.
Genesee County Commissioner Brenda Clark is hosting a graduation ceremony for the Youth Leadership Institute class of 2014.
A cold front is forecast Tuesday from the Florida Panhandle to New England, and Accuweather senior meteorologist Kristina Pydynowski reports a storm that brought half a foot of snow to Nebraska and Wisconsin on Sunday and Monday will continue to move northeast.
Kathy Jackson is willing to help pick up the slack for senior citizens who can't afford to pay their water bill.
After months of searching, a vice president for California State University-Dominguez Hills has been recommended to become the new chancellor for University of Michigan-Flint.
A man was slashed across his face with a knife after a fight with another man, according to a Flint police report.
The cherry on top of the weekend of crazy weather for the Flint area is this: A few inches of snowfall is predicted for later Monday and early Tuesday, April 15, which would push the area into breaking the snowiest-winter record.
A Flint man has pleaded not guilty to charges in a string of a half-dozen violent armed robberies across Genesee County.
The Old Newsboys of Flint will host their second annual Bowling Blow-Out next week.
A villain named Captain Bubblegum used to stalk the wooded Forest Park, now called Max Brandon Park, at Dupont Road and Pasadena on Flint's north side, terrorizing children -- so goes the Flint myth of Captain Bubblegum.
LANSING, Mich. Thousands of people in Mid-Michigan struggling to pay their bills could be at risk of having their utilities shut off in mid-April.
A male suspect escaped police after tossing candy bars and Little Debbie snacks into a garbage bag Friday, April 11 at a Fenton Road station, according to a Flint police report.