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Federal judge orders halt to all rental inspections in City of Flint 

  DETROIT — A Grand Blanc businessman went to court without an attorney and won an injuction against the City of Flint to halt all rental inspections. The news was revealed Wednesday on The Morning Gazette Radio Show and officials at the Genesee County Landlords Association say the federal judge's temporary injunction will cost the city about $800,000 annually in inspection revenue. Click Here to Read More

Surging Detroit Pistons entertain 2nd worst team in NBA's Eastern Conference tonight vs. 76ers

  AUBURN HILLS — The Detroit Pistons try to get back on track tonight at the Palace of Auburn Hills against the team with the second worst record in the NBA's Eastern Conference. Tip-off time at the Palace is at 7:30 pm against the Philadelphia 76ers who have won only 18 times this season. Detroit's 22 

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​​​Tom Brady wins record fifth ring by rallying New England Patriots from 28-3 deficit to win 34-28 in overtime over Atlanta Falcons

  HOUSTON, TEXAS — Former Michigan Wolverines quarterback great Tom Brady passed for a Super Bowl record 466 yards and rallied his New England Patriots from a 28-3 deficit to win 34-28 in overtime over the Atlanta Falcons Sunday night in Houston. Brady threw for two touchdowns and James White powered in from a yard away in overtime for this third touchdown of the game to win it. Brady's 48-for-62 passing accuracy was culminated by 10 consecutive completions down the stretch to earn his fourth Super Bowl Most Valuable Player trophy and his fifth Super Bowl ring — breaking the record of four he tied two seasons ago by Pittsburgh Steelers Hall of Famer Terry Bradshaw. Matt Ryan passed for two TD's and Devonta Freeman ran for another to help stake Atlanta to its 28-3 lead before Brady caught fire to rally the Patriots to victory.

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Swartz Creek grad taking aim at Arena Football League career with dreams of playing in NFL  

  Aaron Wascha calls himself a "late bloomer" who has caught pro football fever despite being up against big odds. The Swartz Creek grad didn't play college football after a great three-sport career in high school with the Dragons. With a degree in hand, he set out last year to chase his dream of becoming a pro football player. He caught on the Rivals Professional Football League and won a tryout last weekend with an Arena Football League franchise. He will talk about it during a guest appearance Saturday on the Daily Gazette Sports Weekend Show. You can listen live by clicking on the blue button above that says: "Click Here to Listen Live to CCN Radio." The show starts at 10 a.m.  Click Here to Read More ​ 

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Michigan Supreme Court votes to overturn Judge Farah's ruling in Flint cop's whistleblower lawsuit 

  LANSING — A ruling by the Michigan Supreme Court has overturned what prominent Flint attorney Tom Pabst calls an improper dismissal by a Geensee Cojunty Circuit Court judge in a Flint police union president's 2013 whistleblower lawsuit. Pabst says his client, Kevin Smith, is a "hero" for "courageously speaking out" against Flint city officials who Pabst alleges targeted Smith for blowing the whistle on them for failing to use police millage money to hire more Flint police officers. . Click Here to Read More

Scientist appears on Morning Gazette Radio Show to offer easy solution to fixing Flint water crisis

  FLINT — My phone has been blowing up with calls and texts and I've been bombarded with  e-mails and Facebook messages. All of it in response to my guest on Friday's Morning Gazette Radio Show. A scientist says he has an easy fix to Flint's water crisis and it seems too good to be true.. Click Here to Read More


Flint Firebirds rally from 3-1 deficit to force overtime but lose 4-3 on road at Erie in front of 6,000 fans

    ERIE, PENNSYLVANIA  — The Flint Firebirds rallied to force overtime here Saturday night after trailing 3-1, but then lost 4-3 to the Erie Otters in the OT session. It was a significant road effort for the Firebirds who earned a point against a team witth the second-best record in the Western Conference. They also faced a rowdy crowd of more than 6,000 fans at Erie Insurance Arena. Ryan Moore scored his team-high 22nd goal of the season for Flint while red-hot Columbus Blue Jackets prospect Kyle Sherwood had a goal and an assist to increase his point-streak to 8  games. Sherwood now has an impressive 12 goals and 11 assists for 23 points in his last 11 games.


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​​​​Third suspect arrested in Walmart parking lot murder of two Flint men in Shiawassee County case 

  CALEDONIA TWP — A third arrest has been made in the double murder of two Flint men in a Walmart parking lot on Friday night in Caledonia Township. Erin Morga4, 34, was arraigned Wednesday via video from the Shiawassee County Jail by Shiawassee County 66th District Court Judge Ward L. Clarkson.   Click Here to Read More ​ 

Funeral services held for former Atherton AD, Burton councilman

   BURTON — Funeral services were held Monday for Ralph LaDuke who was well known on Burton's local sports scene and who served as a city councilman and school board leader. He was 68.  Click Here to Read More

The Morning Gazette Radio Show presents 6-part series with former mafia associate turned author

   A confessed former mafia associate from a prominent Detroit crime family worked on a new career as an author during a 13-year stretch in prison. Gunner Alan Lindbloom was released on parole last summer and is set to rerlease his first book on March 31. He sat down with Mike Killbreath of the Morning Gazette Radio Show to talk about his old life, new dreams to become a best-selling author and visions of transforming his books into blockbuster hit movies.. Click Here to Read More

February 8, 2017

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