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A probable cause hearing has been scheduled for 8:30 a.m. April 23 in the Isabella County courthouse for Mary Bigford, a 52-year-old Lake woman arrested on open murder charges after a Fenton man was found shot to death in the parking lot of Chase Run Apartments.
A third and final suspect in connection with three armed robberies in Isabella County was arrested in Harper Woods Monday by the Michigan State Police Second District Fugitive Investigative Strike Team.
Mount Pleasant Police Department Officers Tim Standen and Jonathon Straus arrested a Mount Pleasant Man connected to multiple vehicle larcenies.
Ian Elliott, president of Student Advocates for Medical and Recreational Cannabis, has pledged to gather 50,000 of the required 300,000 signatures necessary to get a new marijuana legalization initiative placed on Michigan's ballot in 2016.
Two Mount Pleasant men were arrested for assaulting a 24-year-old man in the 3400 Block of E. Deerfield Rd. Sunday.
A Central Michigan University student teacher is facing felony charges after allegedly sending sexually-charged messages to an underage pupil.
A window of the vacant Student Book Exchange storefront was broken Thursday morning, causing $500 in damage to the property on 209 E Bellows St.
An Isabella County Trial court policy prohibiting cellphones, recording devices and cameras in the county courthouse has raised issues of First Amendment rights among community members.
New legislation in Lansing has Michigan poised to join Idaho, Utah and Wyoming as states that have a speed limit of 80 mph in certain areas.
A two-vehicle traffic crash resulted at the death of one man and seven injuries at the intersection of South Summerton Road and East Broadway Road.
Thirteen students will see the inside of a prison more than a dozen times by the end of this semester, but they won't be serving sentences.
Alcohol abuse is not a new problem, but party culture at Central Michigan University is evolving in a way police and administrators are finding difficult to understand. Excessive consumption is the new norm. Event drinking and binging have replaced the house party.
Posted throughout campus, 700 cameras record almost every moment at Central Michigan University. One for every 28 on-campus enrolled students,
A 22-year-old Central Michigan University student was arrested on charges of stalking, according to the Central Michigan University Police Department.
Central Michigan University Police Department responded to 21 marijuana complaints in spring 2014, 24 complaints during fall 2014 and 18 complaints this semester.
The Michigan State Police department became the first law enforcement agency in the United States to be given permission to use unmanned aircraft by the Federal Aviation Administration.
For police patrolling Central Michigan University and the rest of Mount Pleasant, St. Patrick’s Day is an entirely different kind of celebration than St. Patrick's Night.
Michael Hartnett visited Central Michigan University for the third time on Oct. 3. He planned on making lasting memories with his friends during Homecoming Weekend.
St. Patrick’s Day festivities may have started out uneventful, but Mount Pleasant Police Department Officers became busy quickly, responding to a number of complaints into Wednesday morning.
Although Main Street was lined with partygoers clad in green before noon Tuesday, the Mount Pleasant Police Department said St. Patrick's Day 2015 seemed to be quieter than in previous years.