1 hr ago
Bay City parolee charged with choking girlfriend bound over to Circuit Court following brief outburst
A Bay City parolee charged with choking his girlfriend had a brief outburst in a Bay County courtroom, admonishing his accuser before being chastised by the judge and his own attorney.
5 hrs ago
Trial looms for Saginaw man charged with driving mother's car...
A Saginaw man prosecutors say drove his mother's car into a crowd of people following the Bay City Fireworks Festival is scheduled to go before a jury in the near future.
10 hrs ago
Quiz: Are you prepared if a tornado hits Bay County?
Each year, about 1,000 tornadoes hit the United States. Two years ago, a tornado struck Bay County's Beaver Township damaging Chet Bruzewski's home and other residences.
11 hrs ago
Pinconning man charged with drunken driving death of Beaverton man released from jail
A Pinconning man prosecutors say drunkenly crashed his car into a Beaverton man's vehicle, killing the man in the process, is no longer being held at the Bay County Jail.
15 hrs ago
Boy Scout event kicks off Bay County's Memorial Day weekend honoring fallen soldiers
Members of the Lake Huron Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America kick off Memorial Day weekend events in Bay County by placing flags on fallen soldiers' graves.
16 hrs ago
Daily Press & Argus
Leaving Fowlerville 'bittersweet' for super
Outgoing Fowlerville Community Schools Superintendent Rick Heinrich listens to Grace Roedel explain her fractions problem at Fowlerville Junior High School.
20 hrs ago
Mount Pleasant woman who embezzled from Bay City Papa John's ordered to pay $4,000
A Mount Pleasant woman may avoid incarceration time if she manages to pay back the thousands she pilfered from a now-closed Bay City Papa John's. Bay County Circuit Judge Harry P. Gill on Monday, May 20, ordered 30-year-old Krystle M. Kerr to pay $4,093.81 in restitution.
Wed May 22, 2013
Some Bay Co. residents not silent about siren silence
Some may consider the testing of an emergency siren loud and obnoxious, but when there's a severe weather threat, those warnings can help save lives.
Bay County Mosquito Control to spray in time for Memorial Day weekend
Bay County Mosquito Control seasonal employees Reid Alexander, in orange helmet, and Shaun Ruff, both of Bay City spray a ditch filled with water along Fraser Road in Monitor Township.
State police bomb squad called to Bay County pawn shop when woman brings in grenade
A woman walking into a Monitor Township pawn shop spurred the Michigan State Police bomb squad into action, though the potential explosive turned out to be a dud.
Bay County residents still picking up the pieces two years after tornado
Cathy Reder's encounter with a tornado in western Bay County has haunted her for nearly two years.
Bay County's new emergency warning sirens ready for duty
Six new outdoor emergency sirens in Bay County have passed their first test with flying colors.
100 Bay County students receive $2,000 Bay Commitment scholarships
Bay City Central High School senior Miah Cooper plans to attend Saginaw Valley State University this fall to study neonatal nursing.
Longtime Bay County financial analyst to become part-time employee
The Bay City native will move from a full-time employee to a part-time employee beginning June 15, when his hours will be reduced from 2,080 yearly to 1,000 annually.
Tue May 21, 2013
Bay City sisters face man who sexually abused them: 'I hope you...
A yellow, victim-comforting Labrador retriever by their side, two young sisters faced a Bay City man who sexually assaulted them and spoke of the harm they suffered at his hands.
Bay County trial adjourned for Midland man accused of setting fire to mobile home
A Midland man police say targeted the wrong mobile home and set fire to it has had his date with a jury adjourned.
Bay County judge on sending teen church vandal to prison: 'You asked for it, you got it'
A Bay City teen had a confident swagger as he walked into a courtroom to learn his penalty for smashing out a Catholic church's windows .
Thousands without power after storms move through Mid-Michigan
Thousands of customers remain without power Monday night after thunderstorms moved through Mid-Michigan. As of 10 p.m. Monday Consumers Energy reported 3,766 customers in Genesee County without power; 285 customers in Saginaw County; 1,285 customers in Midland County; and 255 customers in Bay County without power.
Mon May 20, 2013
Thunderstorms hit Saginaw, Bay, Midland counties and beyond; area weather warnings expire
A storm damaged property in Beaverton, near Bard Road, Monday, May 20. Thunderstorm warnings spread across the Great Lakes Bay Region and the state as tornadoes caused extensive damage to other parts of the country.
Bay County judge sends teen who shoplifted from dollar store while on probation to jail, boot camp
A Bay County judge had some harsh words for a teen who shoplifted from a dollar store while serving two terms of probation.