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It's been more than three months since heavy snowfall caused a partial roof collapse at Saginaw Township's Kmart, and the shuttered store's future still is unclear.
After the developer of Uptown Bay City, where the street is located, received nearly 400 suggestions as part of a Facebook contest, "Uptown Drive" was selected as the winning name.
Accused of calling 911 and falsely claiming his girlfriend was threatening him with a gun, a 39-year-old Bay City man has been ruled psychologically fit for trial.
Bay County District Judge Mark E. Janer on Wednesday, April 16, arraigned Abraham A. Rosales , also known as Abraham McCombs, on single counts of third-degree criminal sexual conduct with a victim between the ages of 13 and 15 and extortion.
Mark Schauer, a Democratic candidate for governor, made a campaign stop in downtown Bay City on Thursday, April 17, talking education, labor policies and Michigan's infrastructure.
The Berrien County Prosecutor's Office is set to join several other prosecutor's offices in Michigan in a program that offers highly-trained service dogs to children and vulnerable adults being called to testify in court.
With a new Bay County personnel policy in place prohibiting discrimination against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender employees, county officials say they foresee no problems putting the new measures in place.
Authorities say a 2005 Chrysler crashed into the ditch on South Garfield Road just north of River Road in Beaver Township.
Warmer months are bringing a new batch of summer activities to the Bay County Civic Arena, where officials have announced an upcoming schedule that includes sports never before seen at the venue.
An Essexville man initially charged with threatening his stepson for summoning police to their home is to spend more than a year on probation for his involvement in a domestic altercation.
U.S Rep. Dan Kildee, D-Flint Township, and Democratic candidate for governor Mark Schauer are set to visit Bay City on Thursday, April 17, as the latter continues along the campaign trail.
A 44-year-old man accused of molesting a young boy most assuredly does not want to go to jail - no, he'd rather go to prison, a place with which he's familiar.
Electric Kitsch located at 917 Washington Ave., is opening an hour early, at 10 a.m., and will serve food and craft beer throughout the day Saturday, April 19. Morseville Bridge and Rachel Brooke are set to preform at 4 p.m. and 5 p.m., respectively.
Lab results indicate an Auburn man's blood alcohol content was more than three times the legal limit hours after he allegedly crashed an SUV through a home, killing a man sleeping inside.
The Delta College Board of Trustees voted 8-1 on Tuesday, April 15, to choose downtown Saginaw as the zone for its Saginaw satellite campus.