51-Year-Old Port Huron Pedestrian Dies After Being Struck By VehicleThe St. Clair County Sheriff's Office announced that a pedestrian has died after being struck by a vehicle in Port Huron Township. 
Port Huron To Spend $60K On Gaming Trailer To Engage StudentsA Michigan city is turning to video games to engage students after school.
Woman Dead, 3 Kids Critical After Car Crashes Into River In Port HuronA 26-year-old woman has died and her three children were hospitalized in critical condition after her car crashed into a river in Port Huron, police said.
State Giving Up After Port Huron Fights COVID-19 CaseA state agency said it will dismiss a COVID-19 workplace violation against Port Huron after the city aggressively fought the case and revealed questionable acts by an inspector.
Port Huron Seeks To Resume Summer Firework ShowA popular firework show in Port Huron could return a year after it was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Man Arraigned In Slaying Aboard Vessel In Port HuronMembers of a police task force in Detroit have arrested a 43-year-old man sought in connection with the slaying of a man whose body was found last summer on a former Navy training vessel in Port Huron.
Man Arraigned In Connection With Murder Aboard Vessel In Port HuronReginald Grasty was arraigned Wednesday on open murder and disinterment/mutilation of a corpse charges. He was jailed on a $750,000 bond, according to Port Huron police.
Gov. Whitmer Rejects Clemency For Man In '86 Port Huron MurderGov. Gretchen Whitmer has turned down a request to release a man who insists he was wrongly convicted of murder in a college parking lot in Port Huron in 1986, his supporters said Monday.
U.S. Customs Bags Truck With More Than Half-Ton Of Marijuana In Port HuronOfficers found more than 1,114 pounds (505 kilograms) of marijuana in vacuum-sealed packages concealed in cardboard boxes.
Jury Awards $325,000 To Michigan Prisoner In Dispute Over Health CareA prisoner serving a life sentence has been awarded $325,000 after a jury found state Corrections Department staff were "deliberately indifferent" to helping him with chronic joint pain.
Work Moves Ahead On $25 Million Cancer Center In Port HuronThe first patient at the Karmanos Cancer Institute at McLaren Port Huron is scheduled to be treated in July.