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Flint Police Activities League Announce New Football League for Kids

The Flint Police Activities League (Flint Pal) have announced the development of a new football league. The league will be open to all Flint kids between the ages of 7 and 12. A cheer leading program is also available for kids between 5 and 12-years-old

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Man Faces Murder Charges After Deadly Hit and Run in Flint

A Flint man is facing murder charges after hitting a man with his car and killing him. Authorities say 34-year-old Renaldo Presswood intentionally ran over 39-year-old Robert Mayers around 5:30 a.m

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Flint Police Investigating Early Morning Stabbing

Flint police are investigating an early morning stabbing that has a man hospitalized in serious condition. According to WNEM, the man received cuts to his neck and abdomen after a fight on the city's east side. The incident happened near the intersection of Maplewood and Ohio. Police are investigating.

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City Officials Condemn Apartment Buildings Without Water

Some Flint residents are being forced to find a new place to live after city officials condemned two apartment buildings because there is no running water.

According to NBC 25, residents of Glen Acres

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Flint and Genesee County Declare a ‘Wear Your Bermudas to Work’ Day

The upcoming Bermudas on the Bricks now has it's own day with proclamations made by Flint Mayor Dayne Walling and Genesee County Commissioner Jaime Curtis at a news conference on Monday. Their proclamations are part of their official support to declare August 15 as "Wear Your Bermudas to Work" day

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Flint Teen Boys Begin MSP Leadership Academy

On Sunday, ten young men from Flint reported to the Michigan State Police Training Academy in Lansing for the MSP Youth Leadership Academy. The goal of the academy is to inspire teens to recognize their potential, be leaders in their communities and build positive relationships with law enforcement officers

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Boys & Girls Club Steel Drum Band to Perform Next Week

The Boys & Girls Club of Greater Flint Steel Drum Band will perform in concert next week. The group will join Jim Coviak and Friends Caribbean Jazz at the Clio Amphitheater. Coviak and Friends have been mentoring the Boys & Girls Club members leading up to the concert and the two bands will perform separately and as a combined group. The gr

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Back to the Bricks Chair Involved in Serious Car Accident

With Back to the Bricks getting underway this week, the event was dealt a difficult blow when Back to the Bricks Chair Roberta Vasilow was involved in a serious car accident. According to NBC 25, a commit

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Flint’s Jennifer Korth Loses Battle With Cancer One Month After Saying “I Do”

All of us at Cars 108 would like to express our deepest sympathies.

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Two Flint Residents Charged in Relation to Police Chase and Fatal Crash

Two Flint residents have been charged with felonies related to a July 3rd police chase that led to a fatal crash on the city's north side.

Genesee County Prosecutor David Leyton announced that 28-year-old Curtis Douglas Lee has been charged with six counts including First Degree Fleeing Police Causing Death, Carrying a Concealed Weapon, Felon in Possession of a Firearm and Felony Firearm Second Offense

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