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Te'o 'frustrated and devastated' with foot injury
Jackson, Michigan
(AP Photo/Gary Wiepert). Buffalo Bills' Fred Jackson (22) rushes away from San Diego Chargers' Manti Te'o, left, for a touchdown during the second half of an NFL football game, Sunday, Sept. 21, 2014, in Orchard Park, N.Y.
October 10 2014
Brown sentenced to 37.5-75 years for Locey's murder
Michigan
STURGIS — Within an hour after he was sentenced to prison Friday, Andy Brown was taken to the Michigan Department of Corrections in Jackson.
September 07 2014
Suspect in 1975 Murder found Not Guilty
Michigan
A jury finds George Alexander not guilty of the murder of Jackson bar owner from September of 1975.
August 13 2014
Jackson enters plea deal on felony charges
Wilson, Michigan
A three-year-old case had its final pretrial hearing Tuesday.
July 22 2014
Why Don't You Ever See TV Interviews With Inmates?
Jackson, Michigan
A Supreme Court decision 40 years ago this summer allowed states to block access to specific prisoners. What does that mean for freedom of the press and our justice system?
July 15 2014
Civil rights activists: Sterling case part of an old battle
Jackson, michigan
Jesse Jackson says outrage over racist comments by the LA Clippers owner cant eclipse larger civil rights issues such as a Supreme Court decision on race-based college admissions.
May 02 2014
Jackson officials move forward on open data policy
Detroit, Michigan
Jackson — The city of Jackson is considering adopting an open data policy that would increase access to information held by city officials.
April 23 2014
Jackson running for Coolspring Township Trustee
Michigan
On Friday, Feb. 7, Chris Jackson filed as a candidate for Coolspring Township Trustee.
March 07 2014
Deuitch appointed to Human Rights post
Michigan
Staff Writer MICHIGAN CITY — Mayor Ron Meer has appointed a new executive director of Michigan City Human Rights Commission: U.S. Army veteran and Michigan City native Jeff Deuitch. He replaces Angela Jackson, the commission's former director who resigned late last year.
February 28 2014
Jury Awards Michigan Woman $1.3 Million in Medical Malpractice Case
Michigan
On February 18, Kathy Pagan, 43, of Jackson, Michigan, was awarded $1.3 million in a medical malpractice case arising from complications from her 2009 “tummy tuck” surgery. The jury found that Dr. Rouchdi Rifai, by failing to meet a standard … Continue reading →
February 28 2014
Judge tells Hamilton he will die in prison
Dearborn, michigan
JACKSON — Michael Patrick-Murphy Hamilton will spend the rest of his life in jail for murdering Robert Marcyan in September 2012.
December 05 2013
Bryant to Troops: No Being Gay on State Property
Jackson, Michigan
It's not that Gov. Phil Bryant has a problem with gay people. In fact, he might tell even tell you that he knows some gay people. He just doesn't want it done on state property.
September 04 2013
Trapped In Port-A-Potty: Michigan Woman Wins Lawsuit Against Employer For Harassment
Grand Rapids, michigan
Theresa Waldo said she was harassed in the Jackson-based utility's transmission lines department.
August 20 2013
Jackson Current: Liberty Landfill 'worst' for violations; man guilty of molesting ex-girlfr
Michigan
The Liberty Landfill has been ordered not to accept sewer sludge after dozens of odor complaints. A state official says the Jackson County facility has more odor violations than any in Michigan.
February 27 2013
Medical marijuana law changes discussed in Jackson by visiting attorney Matt Abel
Michigan
Detroit-based attorney Matt Abel was on hand Tuesday to talk about changes to the state's medical marijuana laws.
February 27 2013
State Supreme Court rules incriminating statements can be presented to jurors in Kadeem White's
Hope, Michigan
Justices, in a 3-2 decision released Wednesday, Feb. 13, found Jackson police Detective Brett Stiles did not subject Kadeem White to questioning after White invoked his right to remain silent.
February 16 2013
Jackson Current: Potholes make for lousy driving; Napoleon wins on buzzer beater; Jackson man badly
Michigan
The roads are a little rough, thanks to the sudden warm-up this week. Potholes caused damage to three vehicles on Page Avenue on Tuesday.
February 11 2013
Michigan Court: No Jury Oath, No Conviction
Michigan
A jury's pledge to justly hear a criminal case is a mandatory part of any trial, the Michigan appeals court said Friday as it threw out a conviction in Jackson County because jurors were not given the oath.
January 25 2013
No jury oath, no conviction, Michigan appeals court says
Michigan
Jackson — A jury's pledge to justly hear a criminal case is a mandatory part of any trial, the Michigan appeals court said Friday as it threw out a conviction in Jackson County because jurors were not given the oath.
January 25 2013
Mississippi's only abortion clinic faces shutdown threat after failing to comply with law
Michigan
JACKSON, Miss. – Mississippi's only abortion clinic missed a Friday deadline to comply with a 2012 state law that requires each of its physicians to get hospital admitting privileges — a law the governor said he signed with the hopes of shutting the clinic down.
January 12 2013
Only Miss. abortion clinic can't comply with law
Michigan
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — Mississippi's only abortion clinic missed a Friday deadline to comply with a 2012 state law that requires each of its physicians to get hospital admitting privileges — a law the governor said he signed with the hopes of shutting the clinic down.
January 12 2013
Buying or Selling Chad Henne's Breakout Performance Against Houston
Wolverine, michigan
The Blaine Gabbert era in Jacksonville may have come to a swift and merciful end after Chad Henne 's emergence against the Houston Texans . Henne 's final stat line has to be seen to be believed: 16-of-33 passing for 354 yards, four touchdowns and zero interceptions. Was this simply a random occurrence, or has Henne laid the groundwork for a season full of solid performances? What is perhaps ...
December 12 2012
Hoge: Talent Will Win Out In Surprisingly Good Big Ten Championship Game
Jackson, michigan
A look at how each team can win Saturday night at Lucas Oil Stadium in the Big Ten Championship Game.
December 04 2012
'A little bit of justice,' cousin calls verdict; defense lawyer says Roger Stein, once a ba
Jackson, michigan
"Pleased. Happy. It ain't going to bring him back," Upshaw's mother, DeAnna Andrew, said before walking from a reporter.
December 04 2012
Rep. Earl Poleski, challenger Barb Shelton share views on abortion
Jackson, Michigan
State Rep. Earl Poleski wants abortion to be illegal. Barb Shelton wants abortion to remain legal.
November 02 2012
GOP candidates for Supreme Court visit Jackson Courthouse, calling themselves 'rule of law'
Michigan
"Whether we agree with the statutes or don't agree doesn't matter. It is our job to follow the law," said Oakland County Circuit Judge Colleen O'Brien.
October 23 2012
Jennifer Webb's mother: Convicted murderer Ken Bluew 'knew what he had done'
Jackson, michigan
When Dawn Webb's three children were younger and found themselves in trouble, she would make them sit in a room by themselves and think about what they've done. Now, Webb said late this afternoon, Kenneth T. Bluew will have the chance to do the same thing — for the rest of his life.
October 16 2012
Ann Coulter: The ‘Mugged’ Interview
Jackson, michigan
Born in New York City on Dec. 9, 1961, arch-conservative Ann Coulter is the author of eight New York Times bestsellers and of a nationally-syndicated column for Universal Press Syndicate.
October 16 2012
Much on tap for October First Friday
Jackson, michigan
MICHIGAN CITY — October’s First Fridays Art Walk, scheduled from 5 to 8 p.m. today, includes a fresh line-up of art and entertainment along the walk, which runs north to south from Second Street to 11th Street and from east to west from Spring Street to Wabash Street.
October 16 2012
Wall Street Optimism Becomes More Muted
Jackson, michigan
Wall Street Optimism Becomes More Muted
September 24 2012
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