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11 hrs ago | MLive.com
In a matter of seconds, the proposed invocation policy that could have changed the way prayers are conducted at county board meetings, was killed.
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15 hrs ago | MLive.com
She made it come true last year when natural greens and bows were hung for the first time on the Denton Road bridge in Cascade Falls Park.
16 hrs ago | MLive.com
Jackson County Sheriff's Office reports from Sunday, Dec. 8 to early Monday, Dec. 9 deputies investigated 34 calls for service, conducted 26 traffic stops and made 4 arrests.
19 hrs ago | MLive.com
BENNETT , Rebecca A., and HOWARD , Nathanael A., of Jackson, a daughter, Eliana Faye Bennett Howard, born December 3, 7 pounds, 6 ounces at Allegiance Health.
The Hanover-Horton School Board is considering a resolution to urge state lawmakers to add public schools to the list of places that open carry firearms are prohibited.
Michael Ettenberger has been charged in Jackson County with six felonies including Solicitation to Commit Child Sexually Abusive Activity and working as an aide and abettor to a Jackson County woman.
"I hear a lot of good things about our pizza, but I know the reason behind our success is our great employees", says owner Justin Klavon.
The former Frankfort school principal was arrested Thursday and charged with participation in online solicitation of child sexually abuse material.
Not only has Rockapalooza reached its end, the promoter responsible for putting on the annual rock music festival is facing felony charges.
Beginning Dec. 19, Jackson County will temporarily take over the incinerator facility, currently managed by Veolia, and continue to run it as a by-pass station.
A photo from Adoption Day at the Jackson County Courthouse made for a photo of the week for photographer Grant Hindsley.
Tyree Kelly Cleary, 38, 14 years to 30 years in prison, $1,477 costs and fines, for home invasion, first degree, and two years in prison, credit for 173 days served in jail, for felony firearm, and three years to 90 months in prison, for carrying concealed weapons, and eight years to 22 years in prison for unlawful imprisonment, second felony.
After Allegiance Health and the University of Michigan Health System announced UMHS would be taking over the hospital, some wondered about the fate of Allegiance's new Graduate Medical Education program.
A judge on Wednesday, Dec. 4, sentenced Michael Hamilton to life in prison for shooting to death Robert Marcyan, 49. "You are going to die in the Department of Corrections," Jackson County Circuit Judge John McBain said and gave Hamilton the mandatory penalty for first-degree murder.