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Coast Guard rescues boaters in St. Clair River
A Coast Guard rescue crew assisted three Canadians Thursday morning after their sailing vessel became disabled and adrift in the St.
Detroit Free Press
Port Huron woman to be arraigned today in fake rape case
It's one of two criminal cases for Sara Ylen. She's also accused of fraud by claiming for years that she had cancer.
Wed May 22, 2013
Genesee County signs contract, pipeline construction to start within 30 days
The county has signed the contract for building the intake portion of a new water pipeline, a last step before construction starts on the $26.7-million job in less than 30 days.
Woman allegedly faked 3 rapes and cancer diagnosis
A woman is to be arraigned in a Port Huron court for falsely reporting a rape. She also is accused of faking a cancer diagnosis.
Sun May 19, 2013
Renaissance underway at Port Huron's Studio 1219
The past year has been marked by significant leadership changes and repairs to the Port Huron arts center Studio 1219.
Mon May 06, 2013
The Miami Herald
Woman accused of faking rape now faces fraud case
A Michigan woman who appealed for money to fight her cancer was charged Monday with fraud, just a few days after she was accused in another case of falsely reporting a rape and using makeup to show injuries.
Ylen charged with six felonies in Sanilac County
The 38-year-old Lexington woman was charged with two counts of false pretenses $20,000 or more, two counts of false pretenses $1,000 to $20,000 and single counts of using a computer to commit a crime and heath care fraud Her arrest on the fraud case came shortly after she posted bond in St.
Sat May 04, 2013
Michigan woman charged with making false rape report
A 38-year-old woman has been charged with falsely reporting a rape at her eastern Michigan home, five months after a man convicted of sexually assaulting her in a different case was released from prison because of similar reports of bogus allegations.
Fri May 03, 2013
Bank robbery suspect with Flushing ties turns gun on himself in Georgia as authorities close in on him
A man with ties to Genesee County who was accused of robbing two banks in the state's Thumb area shot himself to death in Georgia as authorities were attempting to arrest him, according to a press release.
Thu May 02, 2013
Landfill changes get preliminary OK
The St. Clair County Commissioners took one step closer Thursday to raising tipping fees and opening up Smiths Creek Sanitary Landfill to trash from outside the county's borders.
Port Huron's tourist potential sustains unfortunate blows
Tourist scavenger hunts: What a stunning marketing idea for River City. For many years, I have been criticized as too negative.
Sara Ylen taken into custody
A 38-year-old Lexington woman was taken into custody Thursday on charges of tampering with evidence and reporting a false felony in connection with a sexual assault she reported to police Sept.
Wed May 01, 2013
Police department provides Port Huron reason for pride
There was a front-page story in the JanuaryTimes Herald about the impending start of the 2013 session of the Port Huron Police Department's Citizens Police Academy.
Body found in 1994 is Ohio woman
A body found in an abandoned Cottrellville Township farmhouse nearly two decades ago has been identified.
Suspect in Brown City and Yale bank robberies found dead in Georgia
A suspect in two area bank robberies has been found dead in Georgia, according to the Sanilac County Sheriff's Office.
Missing Fayette County Woman's Body Identified After 25 Years
A Fayette County woman who disappeared in 1988 has been identified by authorities in St.
Tue Apr 30, 2013
Accused bank robber commits suicide after chase
Police in metro Atlanta say a man who was wanted in a series of bank robberies in Michigan has committed suicide.
Anna is the St. Clair County Animal Control Pet of the Week. She needs a home.
She is a 2-year-old boxer-mastiff mix. Anna is incredibly sweet, loveable and knows basic commands.
Mon Apr 29, 2013
Cops aren't high on new pot law
Getting caught with a bit of pot on you may not lead you to jail if a new state law is passed.
Northern Michigan News
Photo of string of Mich. bank robberies released
Authorities in southeastern Michigan are asking for public help in identifying a man who robbed a bank in St.