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HOMICIDE ON FOURTH ST. IN JACKSON (AUDIO)


JACKSON POLICE ARE INVESTIGATING A HOMICIDE MONDAY MORNING AT A HOME ON FOURTH STREET.  GREG O'CONNOR SPOKE WITH DEPUTY CHIEF OF POLICE JOHN HOLDA.    

SUSPECTS IN SUMMIT TOWNSHIP HOME INVASION


TWO SUSPECTS HAVE EMERGED IN THE HOME INVASION AND ROBBERY ON PIONEER DRIVE IN SUMMIT TOWNSHIP ON MONDAY 9-22.  THE SUSPECTS USED A CREDIT CARD TAKEN DURING THE ROBBERY AT A SPEEDWAY GAS STATION IN LANSING, MI.   IF YOU HAVE ANY INFORMATION ON

MOPED / CAR ACCIDENT SENDS MAN TO HOSPITAL WITH SERIOUS INJURIES


A 67 YEAR-OLD JACKSON MAN WAS SENT TO ALLEGIANCE WITH INJURIES AFTER HE WAS STRUCK BY A CAR ON HIS MOPED ON SPRING ARBOR ROAD.

JACKSON YMCA ONLINE SURVEY, $5 JOIN FEE (AUDIO)


THE JACKSON YMCA IS ASKING AREA RESIDENTS TO PARTICIPATE IN A SURVEY THEY HAVE POSTED ONLINE.  EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF THE YMCA, RICK WILSON... CLICK HERE TO TAKE SURVEY: http://surveys.ymcaexchange.org/f/175520/10f5/ THE Y STILL HAS A FIVE DO

MAYOR SMITH WITH A STORMWATER REPAYMENT UPDATE (AUDIO)


JACKSON MAYOR JASON SMITH ON WKHM WEDNESDAY MORNING TALKED ABOUT THE CITY'S PLAN TO PAY BACK STORMWATER MONEY THE COUNCIL APPROVED A PERMIT FOR A POSSIBLE SEMI-PRO BASEBALL STADIUM IN THE DOWNTOWN AREA A BASEBALL MEDIA EVENT IS BEING PLANNED F

16-YEAR-OLD TO STAND TRIAL FOR ATTEMPTED MURDER


16-YEAR-OLD MAURICE KNIGHTEN WILL STAND TRIAL FOR ATTEMPTED MURDER AND FELONY FIREARM IN THE JULY 3RD SHOOTING OF 17-YEAR-OLD JAY REED JR. NEAR THE KING CENTER.  A PRELIMINARY HEARING WAS HELD WEDNESDAYBEFORE DISTRICT JUDGE MICHAEL KLAEREN.  KNI

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HOME INVASION IN SUMMITT TOWNSHIP


THE JACKSON COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT WERE CALLED TO A HOME ON PIONEER DRIVE IN SUMMITT TOWNSHIP MONDAY NIGHT BEFORE 10PM FOR A REPORT OF A HOME INVASION.  AN 84-YEAR-OLD MAN WAS ALLEGEDLY ATTACKED BY THREE BLACK MALES AND SOME ITEMS WERE TAKEN

GUBERNATORIAL DEBATE TO HAPPEN 10/12


REPUBLICAN GOVERNOR RICK SNYDER AND HIS DEMOCRATIC CHALLENGER MARK SCHAUER HAVE AGREED TO A TOWN HALL STYLE DEBATE TO BE BROADCAST ON DETROIT PUBLIC TELEVISION.  THE CANDIDATES WILL FACE OFF IN A ONE-HOUR DEBATE AT WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY IN DETROIT A

RESUME TIPS FROM FLEXIBLE STAFFING (AUDIO)


SOME RESUME TIPS FROM LAURA MOBLEY, CEO OF FLEXIBLE STAFFING.  WHAT ARE MOST EMPLOYERS LOOKING FOR? MANY HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENTS ARE SCANNING RESUMES WITH SOFTWARE, ACCORDING TO MOBLEY CALL FLEXIBLE STAFFING AT 513-6800 

MAYOR SMITH AND JUDGE MCBAIN FULL INTERVIEWS (AUDIO)


WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17TH ON WKHM JACKSON MAYOR JASON SMITH WAS INTERVIEWED AND GAVE HIS RESPONSE TO CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE JOHN MCBAIN'S RULING ON THE STORMWATER REPAYMENT LAWSUIT.  HERE IS THAT INTERVIEW IN FULL. ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 18TH JUD

JUDGE MCBAIN ON STORMWATER RULING (AUDIO)


THE STORMWATER DEBACLE TOOK ANOTHER TURN THURSDAY WHEN CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE JOHN MCBAIN LASHED OUT AT JACKSON MAYOR JASON SMITH AND THE CITY.  WEDNESDAY, ON WKHM, THE MAYOR SAID CASE LAW SUPPORTED THE CITY...JUDGE MCBAIN SAID HOLD THE PHONE... TO R

JUDGE MCBAIN RULES ON STORMWATER REPAYMENT


CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE JOHN MCBAIN ISSUED A RULING THAT FAVORED THE CLASS ACTION IN THE STORMWATER CASE AGAINST THE CITY OF JACKSON.  MCBAIN SAID THE CITY CANNOT ISSUE ANOTHER TAX TO PAY BACK AN ILLEGAL TAX IN THIS CASE.   BRIAN SURGENER, ATTORNEY

MAYOR SMITH ON STORMWATER AND BASEBALL (AUDIO)


JACKSON MAYOR JASON SMITH, LIVE ON WKHM, SAID THAT CITY FATHERS WERE SURPRISED AND DISAPPOINTED WITH JUDGE MCBAIN'S RULING IN THE STORMWATER CASE MAYOR SMITH ALSO ADDRESSED THE POSSIBILITY OF SEMI-PRO BASEBALL IN JACKSON YOU CAN HEAR MAYOR SMITH

CONGRATULATIONS SUE GOLDSEN! (AUDIO)


CONGRATULATIONS TO SUE GOLDSEN, CO-OWNER AND VICE PRESIDENT OF JACKSON RADIO WORKS, ON BEING INDUCTED INTO THE MICHIGAN ASSOCIATION OF BROADCASTERS HALL-OF-FAME.  NEWS TALK 970 SPOKE TO KAROLE WHITE, PRESIDENT OF THE ASSOCIATION SUE IS IN GOOD COM
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