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A 57-year-old Bay City woman who stole her mother's identity has a few months shy of a year to prove she doesn't need to go to jail.
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Springtime mosquito control services kicked off this week in Bay County, with plans to treat 40,000 acres of flooded woodland over the next week through the air.
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A section of East North Union Road in Bay County's Bangor Township is going under construction in the coming days and will be closed to through-traffic for about three months.
Fighting with security while attempting to steal a Keurig coffee maker has resulted in a Bay City woman facing a 15-year felony, police say.
Those with unwanted prescription medication have another opportunity to dispose of them in the proper fashion, as Bay County law enforcement agencies are participating in National Drug Take-Back Day.
Bay County is soon to host several high school proms, and Michigan State Police are offering revelers tips to keep the celebrating safe.
A parolee and a probationer are charged with drug offenses after police raided their Monitor Township mobile home and reportedly recovered heroin and related paraphernalia.
Cory D. Peterson, 44, on Monday, April 21, appeared before Bay County Circuit Judge Harry P. Gill to be sentenced on a charge of aggravated indecent exposure.
About 7:29 a.m. on Monday, April 21, Bay County Sheriff's deputies, Michigan State Police troopers, Fraser Township firefighters and paramedics from Northern Bay Ambulance and McLaren Bay Region hospital responded to a medical call on southbound Interstate 75, near a rest area.
In court for her sentencing on what a judge described as a near murder, a Fraser Township woman expressed penitence and told how substance abuse has damaged her life.
This week, the "Great Lakes Bay Chapter" of the American Red Cross will honor community members who answer the call for help.
There may be a few candidates caught off guard on Tuesday, April 22, as the filing deadline hits for the Aug. 5 primary election.
Appearing in court, a Bay City sex offender who twice exposed himself to McDonald's employees got a surprise when he learned the judge wasn't going to follow a sentencing agreement, but would revoke his bond.
A 26-year-old Essexville man police say terrorized his girlfriend, to the point he asked his children for a knife so he could kill her and himself, has pleaded no contest to two felonies.
First Lt. David Simon of the Michigan State Police Tri-City Post said that Brian J. Kissel, 31, was killed about 3:55 p.m. Friday, April 18, when the 2008 Suzuki he was driving crashed into a highway guardrail.
One person is dead after a crash that happened on M-25 shortly before 4 p.m. Friday, April 18, in Bay County.