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State of Michigan
Schuette, Spaniola Will Appeal Dismissal of Murder Charge Against Sean Phillips
Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette and Mason County Prosecutor Paul Spaniola today announced they will appeal Mason District Court Judge Peter Wadel's dismissal of the Open Murder charge against Sean Phillips, 23, of Scottville, in the death of his daughter, Katherine Phillips, the Mason County infant missing for two years and known as "Baby Kate" in the media. Attorney General Schuette and Prosecutor Spaniola charged Phillips with murder in October 2013.
Lovin' Ludington: Renowned for its Lake Michigan beaches, this...
Ludington is famous as a family-oriented beach resort town, and rightly so, with Stearns Park Beach steps away from its main downtown shopping area and the near-pristine Ludington State Park just a couple of miles away. But there are plenty of other reasons to love Ludington, even as the days of summer turn into weekends of fall fun, especially this fall with the opening of new "cultural" trail adventures, the return of its Octoberfest and its spectacular New Year's Eve ball drop.
Shipwreck, heat, a burning match company and tornadoes
Shipwreck , heat , a burning match company and tornadoes top the list of Michigan weather events on this day in history .
Community college president had 'super-drunk' blood-alcohol level, test shows
A Northern Michigan community college president, arrested in early August for alleged drunken driving, had a blood-alcohol content high enough to have him facing stiffer penalties under the state's "super drunk" classification, police say.
Ludington man allegedly chokes female, assaults deputy in Scottville
A 34-year-old Ludington man allegedly caused a scene outside a Scottville home early Sunday morning, Aug. 10, when he fought with police and allegedly assaulted a female.