Author: Jacob Johnson

MSP Uses Facial Recognition to Identify Man in Bar Fight

In a recent arrest of a Mesick man, the Michigan State Police were able to use facial recognition to identify him. On Saturday, MSP were called to a fight at a bar in Crawford County. When they arrived, they’re suspect resisted arrest and refused to provide his information. That’s when troopers were able to use facial recognition to identify him…

TC Pit Spitters Season on Hold After Players Test Positive for COVID-19

The Traverse City Pit Spitters and the Northwoods League’s Northern Michigan Pod season is back on hold after players tested positive for COVID-19. Just last week, fans were welcomed back to Turtle Creek Stadium after a delayed start to baseball season. Mickey Graham, general manager of the Traverse City Pit Spitters, says reopening was something he was looking forward to. “We…

MSP Adds Patrols on M-115 for Holiday Traffic

The Michigan State Police expect the traffic this weekend to be higher than in previous years, which means there are extra patrols on the roads to keep those traveling north and those who live here safe. MSP are also warning people to slow down and drive safely. “We’re seeing an increase in not just speeding, but excessive speeding,” says Trooper…

Huron-Manistee National Forests Educate People on Preventing Wildfires

The Huron-Manistee National Forests is educating people on how to prevent wildfires as the danger level for a forest fire could become extreme in some areas this weekend. “It’s one spark, it’s one gust of wind and it’s one match,” says Mike Trewartha, recreation technician for the Huron-Manistee National Forests. Between high heat, wind, humidity and the lack of rain over the…