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Officers have used Narcan eight times this fall, which Lenkart called an alarming spike for the small town of Owosso. [Read More]
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One Owosso family is safe after they escaped a house fire that is still under investigation. [Read More]
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Joelle McGuire is the 2017 Glow Owosso Ice Queen, winning by less than a dollar. [Read More]
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Three people who overdosed on heroin Friday night recovered after being given the anti-overdose drug Narcan by police and paramedics. [Read More]
Derec Shears, the man who walked out of District Court Wednesday after having his bond increased, was captured at 11 a.m. Saturday. [Read More]
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The getaway driver in the Owosso murders has been sentenced. [Read More]
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When Otis Smith Jr. and Anthony Holloway killed two people in a parking lot, Erin Mongar was the getaway driver. She was sentenced to 35-60... [Read More]
Students in Owosso joined a worldwide movement to emphasize kindness. [Read More]
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Students in Owosso joined a worldwide movement to emphasize kindness. [Read More]
A site has been chosen for an upcoming event giving residents a chance to meet the four finalists for city manager. [Read More]
Angie Meder, a five-year volunteer at Memorial Healthcare, recently joined a new elite group of hospital volunteers: the Public Safety Ambassadors. [Read More]
An Owosso woman faces the possibility of life in prison after being charged with abusing her two infant daughters. [Read More]
The Shiawassee Council on Aging is offering the following programs and meals for Shiawassee County senior citizens for the week of... [Read More]
Cargill and Midwest Bus Corp. both are hosting job fairs from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday in Owosso. [Read More]
The Shiawassee County Historical Society will host Barbara Beaugrand Kincaid, a social and fashion historian, for a presentation at the Shiawassee County Historical Museum at... [Read More]
Nine nonprofit organizations have joined the "#GivingTuesday" global movement set for Nov. 28, and following the widely recognized shopping events of Black Friday and Cyber... [Read More]
A woman who served as a getaway driver following the January shooting deaths of two men outside a mid-Michigan Walmart store has been sentenced to... [Read More]
An investigation by the Michigan Attorney General's Office and the Michigan Gaming Control Board showed James Russel Johnston Jr. required a supplier to pay him... [Read More]
James Russel Johnston Jr. is being charged with violating state charitable gaming laws by requiring a supplier to pay him gambling profits. [Read More]
A 43-year-old Flint man was arraigned Nov. 9 in 66th District Cour on felony larceny and charitable gaming law violation charges following an investigation by... [Read More]
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