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Police Looking For Men Who Broke Into Flint Business

Flint Police are looking for men who broke into Stanley's Meat Market on East Flint Park Boulevard. According to ABC 12, the men cut through a chain and lock on the door, and then smashed through the glass around 2 a.m. Wednesday morning. Beer and cigarettes were among the items stolen. Anyone with information is asked to call Flint Police.

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Flint School District Pays GISD For Some of Services Owed [Video]

Flint Schools Interim Superintendent Larry Watkins submitted a check for $893,000 to the Genesee Intermediate School District on Monday night for some of the money owed to the district for services provided to Flint Schools

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Genesee Towers Site Being Filled in With Dirt [Video]

The spot where the Genesee Towers once stood is now being filled in with dirt. The project should be complete in time for Back to the Bricks and the Crim Festival of Races. According to ABC 12, the footprint is 12 feet deep, but a local company is bringing in enough sand and dirt to fill the entire hole. Genesee Towers came down when it was imploded last December. Eventually a park may be built on the site.

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Flint Making Progress, But Still in Financial Emergency [Video]

The City of Flint is making progress but is still in "an on-going financial emergency" according to Emergency Manager Darnell Earley in his quarterly report to the state treasury.

ABC 12 says that Ea

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Federal Court Allows Lawsuit by Flint Police Officers to Proceed

A federal court of appeals will allow a lawsuit by fourteen Flint police officers against the city to move forward. According to WNEM, the officers - who are all white - say they were illegally punished after complaining that black officers became sergeants in 2011 and 2012 despite failing to pass an exam. The lawsuit names former Chief Alvern Lock and a police captain. The appeals court said even though it

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MSP Asking for Public’s Help in Locating Suspect Vehicle

The Michigan State Police Flint Post is asking for the public's help in identifying a driver that escaped police following the police-involved crash that killed a woman. The suspect vehicle is described as a green/blue Pontiac sedan with a white license plate

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Dead Homicide Suspect’s Girlfriend Charged Following Standoff

Genesee County Prosecutor David Leyton announced charges today against the girlfriend of Daron Gaylior Jr., a suspect in two homicides who died following a standoff with police last week.

April Marie Abare, 34 of Flint, is charged with lying to a police officer conducting a violent crime investigation and and harboring a felon

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Flint Schools Plan to Outsource More Jobs in Attempt to Cut Budget [Video]

A plan to outsource more jobs is the latest attempt by Flint Community Schools in its attempt to cut a budget deficit of more than $20 million.

According to ABC 12, starting next school year, substitute teachers, tech works, safety advocates and even athletic coaches will be hired by outside companies. The decision to outsource 150 jobs was made at Wednesday night's school board meeting.

One the plan is approved by the state, for ins

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Authorities Confirm Body Found After Standoff is Daron Gaylor Jr. [Video]

Police confirmed Thursday that a body found after Wednesday's standoff on Sherman Avenue in Flint was Daron Gaylor Jr. who was suspected in two recent murders. Gaylor Jr. was wanted in connection to the June 2nd murder of Ali McZick and the July 5th murder of Tyrell Gaylor

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Flint EM Releases Statement on Recent Court Decision in Retiree Health Care Lawsuit

Flint's Emergency Manager Darnell Earley released a statement this afternoon regarding a recent modification to the injunction in the retiree health care lawsuit against the City:

On June 30th, 2014 the United States District Court for the District of Eastern Michigan, in the case of Welch v. Br

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