Flint FIrebirds win pair of weekend games to move to 4-0 on home ice  FLINT  — The Flint Firebirds are in first place this morning in the Ontario Hockey League's West Division and they boast the No. 1 and No. 2 scorers in all of the OHL. They beat the Sarnia Sting 7-4 on Saturday night and then beat the Ottawa 67's 5-4 yesterday. Flint is 4-1 on the season with a 4-0 record on home ice at Dort Federal Credit Union Arena.  Click Here to Read More


3 Louisville losing. Clemson's victory at Louisville allowed the Tigers to leapfrog over the Wolverines in the Associated Press rankings. UM beat Wisconsin 14-7  in front of more than 112,000 fans at the Big House in Ann Arbor. Wisconsin was No. 10 last week, but

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Bill Clinton to visit today in Flint according to rumors on internet 
   FLINT  — Rumors circulating on the internet say former President Bill Clinton will visit Downtown Flint today in a campaign stop for his wife, Hillary. The former president is scheduled to speak at a rally in Rochester to support his wife's campaign for president against Donald Trump.  
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Pollsters keep UM at No. 4 ranking​     The Michigan Wolverines remain No. 4 in the latest college football rankings released on Sunday despite No.

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​Drunken driving charge filed against city councilman in Flint 
   FLINT  — A blood test confirmed that Flint City Councilman Wantwaz Davis was drunk when arrested after a late night Sept. 3 crash. The councilman refused a breathalyzer at the scene and spent the night at the Flint City Jail. He was released pending blood test results and told The Morning Gazette Radio Show that he wouldn't fight the charges if he was over the legal limit of .08. His blood alcohol was .10, according to a statement released by the office of Genesee County Prosecutor David Leyton.  
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dropped to No. 11. Alabama is No. 1, Ohio State No. 2.

Posted October 3, 2016

Report of woman attacked on trail      FLINT  — A Facebook post alerts residents to be aware of their surroundings after reporting an attack
on a woman walking on a trail at Davison Regional Park. The incident was reported last week on Wednesday between 8 am and 9 am. Anyone who may have witnessed anything at the park is urged to contact Detective/Sergeant William Skellenger of the Davison City Police Department via telephone (810) 653-4196. Chief Donald Harris is asking those who frequent the park and walking trail to remain vigilant and always be aware of your surroundings. This includes utilizing “the buddy system” or walking with a partner and always carrying your cell phone.

Posted October 3, 2016

Shooting in North End of Flint                FLINT  — Flint police report that a man was shot in the arm and taken to Hurley Regional Medical Center
Sunday monring at about 10 o’clock. The shooting took place on Buick Street near Pasadena. 

Posted October 3, 2016

3,270 without power across area        FLINT  — Consumers Energy reports taht 3,280 homes and businesses in Northeast Genesee County are without power this morning. There’s no time table yet on when power will be restored.

Posted October 3, 2016

More honors for Dr. Hana-Attisha      FLINT  — Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha of Flint's Hurley Medical Center will be honored by the Arab American Heritage Counci for her role in exposing the lead problem in her city's water supply. She will be given the 
Community Leader and Physician of the Year award during the council's 20th annual Ensure the Legacy Banquet on Oct. 27 at Northbank Center.


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