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Randy Allen retired as an assistant director with the Michigan High School Athletic Association in January, and moved right into a newly-created part-time position of commissioner of the Capital Area Activities Conference last month.
City officials have created plans for an alley in Jackson's downtown that runs south from the Grand River Marketplace to the Jackson Transportation Authority bus station.
A woman died and two people were injured Wednesday, March 12, when two vehicles collided on southbound U.S. 127 north of McDevitt Avenue in Summit Township.
One township official is getting his salary doubled and two are getting their salaries quadrupled - a move that adds up to almost $100,000.
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Flooding , warm weather and a rare March tornado top the list of Michigan weather events on this day in history .
Gov. Rick Snyder today signed legislation reforming the Michigan Central Perpetrator Registry and the policies and procedures concerning its operation.
Officer James Bonneau was killed in the line of duty in March 2010. A man shot and killed Officer James Bonneau while he was out on a call.
A strong storm will slide south of Michigan on Wednesday. It will get close enough to create some significant travel problems.
Jackson County Undersheriff Christopher Kuhl said the driver of the vehicle, a 35-year-old Jackson man, was arrested and lodged on a charge of maintaining and operating a methamphetamine lab.
Jackson City Council members will vote on whether or not to spend an additional $70,000 on proposed renovations to Bloomfield Park, located on the corner of West Michigan Avenue and Durand Street.
Michigan Audubon will be celebrating the Sandhill Crane in 2014 with a year-long campaign to raise awareness for the state's largest and oldest species of bird.
Justin Lee Manchester, 27, 17 months to four years in prison, credit for 100 days served in jail, $1,330 costs and fines, for stealing/retaining a financial transaction device without consent, and 17 months to four years in prison, credit for 100 days served in jail, for illegal sale/use of a financial transaction device.
A man who shot another man at a Springport Township bonfire pleaded guilty Monday, March 10, to felonious assault, court records show.
There is no way Collin Larson stopped for about 25 seconds as he left a Parma Township travel center and drove his truck into a car, killing a woman, a Michigan State Police trooper said.