APNewsBreak: IRS says thieves stole tax info from 100,000
In order to access the information, the thieves cleared a security screen that required knowledge about the taxpayer, including the Social Security number, date of birth, tax filing status and street address.
Flint Police Chief angry as homicide, shooting numbers creep up
- Flint Police Chief James Tolbert talked to ABC12 on Tuesday following the most violent weekend of the year so far. Tolbert was visibly angry about what happened this weekend when we talked to him.
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- Latest Michigan news, sports, business and entertainment
Fraternity members to run from Detroit to Flint for a worthy cause
- A dozen Mid-Michigan college students will be raising money for a good cause in an unusual way Saturday.
Closing Resource Genesee's programs will be absorbed by area agencies
- People have been going to Resource Genesee for help with problems like homelessness and other social services for nearly 20 years. At the end, of June the agency will close up shop for good.
Tree branches fall in Pine Ridge Cemetery after storms, high winds
- In Bay City, several people spent the day cleaning up damage from Monday's round of storms and high winds.
Two men take keys to Flint built truck they watched being built
- A father and son watched their pickup being built at GM Flint Assembly. They had to wait before they could take the keys.
Police discover body during missing persons investigation
- A body was discovered in a park on Flint's north side, Tuesday afternoon.
Get a fresh legal start from the Flint Police Department
- If you're looking for a legal fresh start, Flint Police are giving you that chance. In exchange for community service, the court will wipe out outstanding warrants for misdemeanors.
Trio bikes to Mackinaw Island to raise money for Ian Clemens Scholarship Fund
- Three adventurous souls spent the past five days bicycling from Ann Arbor to Mackinac Island.
Michigan House OKs bill to allow anonymous lottery winners
- Michigan residents who win multi-state lotteries could remain anonymous under a bill moving through the Legislature.