As expected 32-year-old Manuel Gamez was sentenced to life in prison Wednesday by Saint Clair County Circuit Court Judge Michael West. That for the killing of Melissa Ichenberg and Daniel McRoberts who were found dead in a Port Huron townhouse in late July of last year. McRoberts had been stabed multiple times and Ichenberg was strangled in a case that left four children without a
Port Huron Police say a 36-year old city resident has been arrested as a suspect, in a pair of robberies and one attempted robbery that occurred, this week. The latest was a Dollar General case in Port Huron Township, which saw a man walk in the store and steal money from the cash register, late yesterday afternoon. On Monday, a robbery at Manis Restaurant in Port Huron saw another
Concerns about the purchase of the former Art Van property, along Grand River, have prompted the St. Clair County Board of Commissioners to consider offering a refund of the committed funds to the St. Clair County Library System and the county's Parks and Recreation Commission. The board is expected to consider the refund resolution during their session, on Thursday, according
Helping to raise awareness about child abuse and raising funds for the St. Clair County Child Abuse and Neglect Council... that's Community Roofsit, going on this week at the Birchwood Mall, with WSAQ morning host Chuck Santoni camping out on the mall roof. Mona Armstrong is the county's Senior Assistant Prosecuting Attorney and she says besides raising funds and awareness, one of
A Novi man accused of a fatal traffic accident has been arraigned on charges in St. Clair County District Court. Tommy Taylor is charged with driving while intoxicated causing death, a 15 year felony. A September 23rd preliminary examination has been scheduled. The 41-year old Port Huron Township victim was hit along Water Street.
The Michigan Public Services Commission has approved a settlement with SEMCO Energy to reconcile last year's energy optimization plan. Customers are expected to see a decrease of about two cents for several months on natural gas bills.
The DTE property and the old power plant demolition continues to lead goals and focus, when it comes to city desires, in Marysville. There are a number of other items being worked on by city officials. That became apparent, Monday night, as Mayor Dan Damman delivered his "State of the City" address which came at the tail end of a city council goal setting session. He had
No injuries noted from a restaurant robbery in Port Huron Monday afternoon. Port Huron Police Sgt. Dave Seghi says the incident happened just before noon, at the Manis Restaurant along 10th Street, with a man entering the premises, implying he had a gun and demanding cash. The man was given an undetermined amount of money from the cash register and fled. He's
It looks like many other infections, including the common cold, but it has already sickened hundreds of US children in the Midwest and the western states and now its spread to the Northeast... that's the severe respiratory virus called Enterovirus D-68, with it only a matter of time before cases of it start showing up in Michigan. Jennifer Michaluk, at the St. Clair County
The last scheduled Adopt-A-Highway trash pickup of 2014 in Michigan is set for this weekend. The Fall pickup begins Saturday and will run through September 28th and the Michigan Department of Transportation says there is still time to pitch in and volunteer. Volunteers must be at least 12 years of age and in a group of three or more people to participate. Volunteers helped clear 70,000