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Parts of the Mackinac Bridge Are Still Up For Auction

History lovers have a chance to own pieces of the original Mackinac Bridge. Parts of the bridge’s steel grating are being placed on the auction block. Barrels that weight about 470lbs and contain 140 pieces of grating are on sale until May 18th. Dozens of bids have already been placed with prices as high as $500 a barrel. The Mackinac…

2021 Kentucky Derby Winner Failed A Postrace Drug Test

The winner of the 147th Kentucky Derby failed a postrace drug test served by the Kentucky Racing Commission. “Medina Spirit” tested positive for an anti-inflammatory steroid medication. The State Horse Racing rules require at least a 14-day withdrawal time from the medication. Any level of drug detection on race day is a violation. Trainer Bob Baffert says the horse was…

NASA Postpones Rocket Launch Due To Weather

UPDATE – NASA scrubs their launch once again Sunday Evening. A launch is scheduled for Monday evening.    NASA says a mission to explore energy transport in space using a NASA suborbital sounding rocket launching was postponed due to upper level winds not being within the required limits for a safe launch. The 40 minute launch was expected on Saturday,…

Soo Locks Visitor Center Scheduled to Reopen

The Soo Locks Visitor Center in Canal Park is scheduled to reopen on Sunday, May 9 following federal and state COVID-19 guidelines. Exhibits will be spaced to help visitors observe social distancing while learning more about the Soo Locks and hand sanitizer will be available near popular hands-on exhibits. Building occupancy is currently limited to 90 people at a time…

Health Officials Report 1,825 New Coronavirus Cases, 122 New Deaths

Michigan health officials are reporting 1,825 new coronavirus cases and 122 additional deaths, 83 of today’s deaths were found during a review of vital records. The state has now had 862,633 total confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 18,206 total deaths related to COVID-19. As of May 7, the cumulative total of recovered of COVID-19 cases in Michigan is 703,746. Also…

Man Charged For Hijacking Bus in Kingsley

Michigan State Police say a man has been charged for hijacking a bus in Kingsley. Police say 24-year-old Kyle Willobee boarded the bus at the Bay Area Transportation Authority bus stop in the parking lot of Northland Foods Grocery Store and attempted to take the fire extinguisher out of its holder. The bus driver radioed for help and exited the…

Trident Arrests Two in Sault Ste. Marie Drug Bust

Trident detectives arrested two people Thursday for selling drugs out of a Sault Ste. Marie apartment. Krishell Harmon of Sault Ste. Marie and Marquis Williams of Detroit face a slew of drug charges. Trident seized a large amount of cash along with approximately 83 grams of cocaine, tramadol and Adderall from an apartment. Harmon faces charges for maintaining a drug…

Health Officials Report 2,758 New Coronavirus Cases, 30 Deaths

Michigan health officials are reporting 2,758 new coronavirus cases and 30 additional deaths. The state has now had 860,808 total confirmed cases of COVID-19 and 18,084 total deaths related to COVID-19. As of April 30, the cumulative total of recovered of COVID-19 cases in Michigan is 660,124. !function(){“use strict”;window.addEventListener(“message”,(function(a){if(void 0!==a.data)for(var e in a.data){var t=document.getElementById(“datawrapper-chart-“+e)||document.querySelector(“iframe”);t&&(t.style.height=a.data+”px”)}}))}(); Categories: Coronavirus, Coronavirus Cases, Coronavirus Support

Man Arrested After Police Chase in Grand Traverse County

The Grand Traverse County Sheriff’s Office says a man has been arrested after he led police on a chase Friday. The Sheriff’s Office says a deputy was conducting a traffic stop around 1:20 a.m. on US-31 South near County Road 633 in Blair Township. The deputy was walking back to his patrol vehicle, which had its emergency lights on, when…