Flint honors Olympic champ Claressa Shields with community-wide celebration

Hundreds came out to the Dort Federal Credit Union Event Center Thursday to celebrate Flint's own Olympic champ (two-times!), Claressa Shields.

In 2015, a federal judge in Ann Arbor said the state can't stop food aid and other benefits unless someone is intentionally fleeing and is being actively pursued by police.

The owners had assumed that the bison, named Goliath, died of natural causes this week near Stanton in Montcalm County.

Dozens of chickens at a Michigan county fair will be killed after one was diagnosed with a highly contagious respiratory disease.

New mayor scratches Labor Day bridge walk in Grand Rapids

Jupiter and Venus have closest encounter until 2065

Watch: New school resource officer makes dancing impression

WDBJ7 holds moment of silence for Alison and Adam

New study finds medical marijuana saves taxpayers money

US wants to force lower speeds on truck and bus drivers

Marijuana worth more than $1M seized in Benzie County

2 children in critical condition after car crashes into MTA bus

'Grandparent scam' still catches victims

Newsmaker: Saturday August 27, 2016

Computer glitch trapped people in Detroit casino for hours

47 state police recruits to be sworn in at graduation

Movie Under the Stars tonight at Flint City Hall

Universities awarded grants to study harmful algae blooms

Pardon me: Michigan plant making way for Grey Poupon mustard

Mayors seek hearing on Waukesha water withdrawal decision

2 books returned to Lansing library 40 years after due date

Court: Michigan sex offender rules cannot be retroactive

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