Eaton County

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The Barry-Eaton District Health Department is warning that due to the extreme increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in the area, contact tracing will now be prioritized based on risk.

 


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Lansing’s Capital Region International Airport will soon begin looking for a new president and CEO following the resignation of Wayne Sieloff.


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Authorities say a teenage boy sexually assaulted three girls on school grounds in mid-Michigan in the span of two months.

The Fourth of July is just days away. Dozens of firework shows and parades will be hosted across the area. 

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Eaton County Sheriff's Department

UPDATED Tuesday at 4:00 p.m.: a Delta Township man pleaded not guilty today to killing 2 women during his arraignment.

An absentee ballot dropbox at the south Washington voting location in Lansing.
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School millages are on ballots Tuesday in Mid Michigan, but voters will also serve another purpose besides casting their votes.

For many local municipalities Tuesday’s elections are a chance for clerks and election workers to practice in advance of the 2020 presidential election.

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A mid-Michigan police chief has been arraigned on official misconduct and other charges for allegedly lying that his wife had been sexually assaulted by a sheriff’s deputy.

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A former county sheriff in southern Michigan could soon receive a pension related to the epilepsy he developed 20 years after he was beaten in the head with a metal flashlight during an arrest.

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The Eaton County Sheriff’s Department now says the case of remains found in Eaton Rapids Township this week is being investigated as a homicide. In a press release, Sheriff Tom Reich says detectives are trying to determine the identity of the victim.

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Former Michigan State University president Lou Anna Simon will be back in Eaton County court Tuesday for a preliminary exam hearing.  Simon is accused of lying to investigators about when she knew of former sports doctor Larry Nassar’s sex crimes. 


 

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