4-year-old Marysville girl taken by father found safe in Ohio, she’s making her way back to family
Lilliana Louise Nardini, the 4-year-old girl who was taken by her father, has been found safe thanks to Marysville police, Port Huron Police Department Major Crimes Unit, Ohio State Highway Patrol Piqua Post, and the FBI Task Force.
Paper manufacturer sued by Michigan AG for release of PFAS ‘forever chemicals’ in St. Clair County
The Michigan Department of Attorney General has filed a lawsuit against a paper manufacturer over the release of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), also known as “forever chemicals,” from its manufacturing processes.
Pop-up shop in Port Huron is growing business woman out of teenage girls
If you haven’t been to Port Huron lately, there’s a lot of good stuff going on with downtown revitalization efforts, and on the main drag, you’ll find a dress shop with the dual purpose of growing businesswomen out of teenage girls.
Port Huron child recovers after rare hepatitis diagnosis; 1 of 3 cases in Michigan
A St. Clair County 11-month-old is one of three Michigan children included in the CDC’s acute hepatitis investigation. It’s that mysterious liver disease in children first identified in the U.K. and is now found in children across Europe and the U.S.
Canada Prime Minister Justin Trudeau invokes emergency powers due to protests on Ambassador Bridge
At the Blue Water Bridge connecting Port Huron and Sarnia, truckers have been waiting for two hours to cross into Michigan for much of Monday (Feb.14).Protesters gathered there Saturday after a week that saw traffic at the bridge double because of the Ambassador Bridge closure.
Port Huron snow parking ordinance goes into effect Wednesday, Dec. 1
Warning notices to be issued for the first five days to remind homeowners of the city's snow ordinance that will go into effect Wednesday, Dec. 1. Parking on paved city streets will now be illegal during the hours of 2:30 a.m. to 6:00 a.m. for snow removal.
Police ID man who drove from NC to Port Huron to see woman he met online, passed out drunk in car
Police have identified the man who drove all the way from North Carolina to see a woman he met online only to be found passed out drunk in Port Huron with four loaded guns, drugs and his 11-year-old son in the car, authorities said.
Man drives from NC to Port Huron to see woman he met online, passes out drunk with guns, drugs, son in car
A man who drove all the way from North Carolina to see a woman he met online was found passed out drunk in Port Huron with four loaded guns, drugs and his 11-year-old son in the car, authorities said.
Amtrak pitches new, improved train routes including Detroit to Toronto
Amtrak’s “Connect US” map includes a newly proposed service route from Detroit to Toronto, and from Detroit to Toledo. It also includes enhanced services (more trains) from Detroit to Chicago, Grand Rapids to Chicago and Port Huron to Chicago. It claims traveling on Amtrak rail is up to 83% more energy efficient than driving and up to 73% more energy efficient than flying. Detroit to Toronto not in service since 1971Amtrak has been seeking to bring back a Detroit to Toronto corridor for years -- such service between Detroit and Toronto ended in 1971. AdThe current “direct” rail service between Detroit and Toronto actually starts just across the river in Windsor, Ontario.
3 historic Michigan lighthouses awarded grants to aid restoration
Three Michigan lighthouses are being awarded grants to help repair and preserve their historic structures. The Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) announced Friday that three historic lighthouses across the state have been selected to split more than $126,000 in grants from the Michigan Lighthouse Assistance Program operated by the Michigan State Historic Preservation Office. Historic Crisp Point Lighthouse near Newberry, Michigan. (Michigan Economic Development Corporation)A total of $50,000 will go toward renovating the watch deck of the North Manitou Shoal Lighthouse near Leland Township. The historic North Manitou Shoal Lighthouse near Leland Township, Michigan.
Clarkston High School students push to free Michigan man convicted in 1986 murder
CLARKSTON, Mich. – A man who has spent 35 years behind bars for murder has some unlikely allies working to help clear his name. Students at Clarkston High School believe that there is no way Timujin Kensu could have committed the crime, and they’re hoping to convince Gov. More: Ohio high school students fight for clemency for Port Huron man convicted in 1986 murderFor the second time in the span of about six weeks, grade school students are writing to Gov. AdClarkston High School forensics teacher Chris Brosky brought the case to the attention of his students. More: Man convicted in 1986 murder case fights to have conviction overturned