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Officers from local law enforcement agencies will crack down on impaired driving during March 15 through April 8.
The scheme asks Michigan businesses for a $125 fee to prepare annual minutes.
Criminals pose as flower delivery men to steal credit card information.
Officers will work extra hours to prevent drunk driving in Dexter, Chelsea, and Saline.
Criminals pose as health care agents and are tricking senior citizens into sharing their personal information.
Wixom resident arrested, police say prosecutors reviewing case.
Daylight Saving Time ends early Sunday morning, and State Fire Marshal Richard Miller is encouraging residents to keep fire safety in mind while turning back clocks this weekend.
The Washtenaw County Sheriff is investigating burglaries of churches in Scio, Bridgewater and Freedom townships.
The sheriff's office is hoping anyone contacted by Paul Joseph Creps comes forward with information.
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