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According to MLive-Flint Journal meteorologist Mark Torregrossa, the combination of the cold front and recent hot, humid weather could result in strong thunderstorms by midnight.
With summer in full swing, it's blueberry time in Mid-Michigan. After one of the coldest winter's in the last 20 years, and record snow, Michigan's blueberry crop seems to be shaping up nicely.
The debate comes down to the subsidies the federal government helps low-income earners pay for their health insurance.
Genesee County has the highest number of licensed tattoo shops per capita in the state, and unofficial online lists with sites such as Today.com and Buzzfeed.com list Flint as the fourth-most tattooed city in the U.S. based on similar metrics.
A man already serving a prison term for armed robbery has been convicted of the 2005 killing of his stepfather.
The honor is given annually to an influential community member who impacts the area in a positive way.
Tim Legendary has been drawing and painting as long as he can remember. But being an artist doesn't always pay -- especially in Flint.
The Democratic candidates for the 34th District state House race will gather at the Flint Farmers' Market for a meet and greet with the community hosted by The Flint Journal.
New money is coming to the city of Flint that will help make family homes safer and healthier.
Look out, Warrior Dashers, there's a new obstacle with an ominous name to test your mettle in mud: The Goliath.
The Genesee County Board of Elections rejected the petition after it was discovered the petition did not specify whether the recall was filed on behalf of Flint or Flint Township voters.
A bitter national debate over what to do with tens of thousands of young immigrants pouring into the U.S. is playing out in this small town 20 miles east of Saginaw.
Vaughn's home at 1010 E. Russell Ave. is one of the few intact structures remaining on the three-block stretch between Saginaw and Selby streets on the city's north side.
A bigger focus on health and fitness at Mott Community College will come along with millions of dollars in capital improvement projects over the next couple of years.
Celebrating 90 years of charitable service to the children of Genesee County, the Old Newsboys of Flint took over the Holiday Inn Gateway Centre's ballroom Sunday, July 20. The gathering was held to recognize and honor community supporters and members that have dedicated decades of their lives to the organization with "Christmas in July."
Burton officials are set to discuss the possibility of providing funds to begin a trap, neuter and release program for feral cats within the city limits.
Updated: Wed Jul 23, 2014 04:24 am
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