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BRANDON MANN CHARGED WITH OPEN MURDER (AUDIO)


JACKSON COUNTY PROSECUTOR SPEAKING ABOUT BRANDON MANN, CHARGED WITH OPEN MURDER IN THE OCTOBER 19TH DEATH OF CLAYTON ORANGE IN PARMA TOWNSHIP  

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Procrastinators Holiday Dream


14-YEAR-OLD ARSON SUSPECT CHARGED AS ADULT


JACKSON COUTY PROSECUTOR JERRY JARZYNKA IS CHARGING 14-YEAR-OLD ALEXIS PENN, AS AN ADULT, WITH FIRST DEGREE ARSON 

JULIE ALEXANDER ON INTERCEPTOR BOND ISSUE (AUDIO)


THE JACKSON COUNTY COMMISION HAD A DISCUSSION TUESDAY NIGHT ABOUT ONE OF THEIR SORE THUMBS, THE INTERCEPTOR BOND ISSUE, 

"TOYS FOR TOTS" UNDERWAY (AUDIO)


THE ANNUAL "TOYS FOR TOTS"DRIVE OFFICIALLY KICKED OFF ON TUESDAY AND WILL RUN UNTIL DECEMBER 18TH.

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ARTSY FARTSY, THURSDAY (AUDIO)


THIS THURSDAY AT THE OLD VERMEULEN'S FURNITURE BUILDING ON CORTLAND IN DOWNTOWN JACKSON IS THE GRAND OPENING NIGHT FOR THE ARTSY FARTSY MARKETPLACE 

PLEASANT LAKE PUB RIBBON CUTTING


A RIBBON CUTTING CEREMONY WILL MARK THE GRAND OPENING OF THE NEW PLEASANT LAKE PUB ON N. MERIDIAN RD. TODAY AT 4:00 PM.  

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SEXUAL ASSAULT VERDICT (AUDIO)


A JACKSON JURY HANDED DOWN A GUILTY VERDICT FOR A WOMAN ACCUSED OF HELPING HER HUSBAND SEXUALLY ASSAULT THEIR 3-YEAR-OLD DAUGHTER.

SENTENCING IN ASSAULT CASE


JACKSON COUNTY CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE THOMAS WILSON SENTENCED 37-YEAR-OLD MARCUS RUTAN IN THE BASEBALL BAT BEATING OF HIS GIRLFRIEND 

JPD INVESTIGATING SHOOTING


JACKSON POLICE ARE INVESTIGATING A SHOOTING INCIDENT FROM EARLY THURSDAY AFTERNOON

CITY OF JACKSON LEAF DROP-OFF LOCATIONS


The City of Jackson, Leaf Drop-Off Program will be available on weekends beginning Sat., November 1st through Sun., Nov. 23rd. 

HARNESS RACING ON HOLD (AUDIO)


NO HARNESS RACING IN JACKSON IN THE IMMEDIATE FUTURE AND MAYBE BEYOND.  

UPCOMING ACTIVITIES AT ELLA (AUDIO)


ELLA SHARP MUSEUM WILL BE BUSTLING WITH ACTIVITY NEXT WEEK BEGINNING WITH A CELEBRATION OF VETERANS DAY. 

AFFORDABLE ENERGY THIS WINTER FROM CONSUMERS


ABOUT 14,000 MICHIGAN HOUSEHOLDS COULD RECEIVE HELP FROM CONSUMERS ENERGY TO STAY WARM THIS THIS WINTER THROUGH C.A.R.E. (CONSUMERS AFFORDABLE RESOURCE for ENERGY) A PROGRAM THAT LETS THEM MANAGE AND AFFORD THEIR ENERGY BILLS.  THE PROGRAM PROVIDES A

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