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Two athletes were hit by a truck and injured riding mopeds on North Shaw. Four people killed, two injured when gunman opens fire in Northern California. Are you ready for some ribs or some brisket? A new BBQ joint opens up in Okemos, Saddleback BBQ. Australia legalizes same sex marriage resulting in a huge celebration.

Serving, protecting and giving back … in DeWitt

The city of DeWitt is a fortunate one. Not only do they have their very own police department downtown, but fall under the jurisdiction of the DeWitt Charter Township police as well. “DeWitt city is within the township, but it’s only the city limits they have their own police department and we have one as well,” said DeWitt Township officer, Trevin Bernat. “We have a wide variety of people in the community but for the most part, we are pretty well received.”

DeWitt Charter Township’s borders run north and south from Cutler Road to Sheridan Road, and east to west from Chandler Road to Airport Road. Nestled in the northeast corner of DeWitt Charter Township is the city of DeWitt itself.

Watch: Michigan teens facing life in prison; Floodwaters surpass 3 feet

The Spartan Newsroom covers the latest news:

Five teens facing murder chargers after throwing a rock through the windshield of a vehicle that ended up killing the driver. High speed chase ends with a crash in the woods. Floods in Michigan, water as high as 3 feet in some areas. Burger King offering the first 500 customers a free whopper if they come into the store dressed up as a clown.  

New moped rules hit MSU’s campus

With a 5,200-acre campus, many Michigan State students look to mopeds for a convenient way to get to and from class. 

“The reason I did get a moped was because my classes were in like Comm Arts or Akers, pretty much every single one,” said Josie Foguth, a senior at MSU. 

However moped users are facing some changes this school year. 

Like many places, mid-Michigan city bracing for summer crime

FLINT, Mich. — Summertime is crime time. And this Michigan city is no exception. “Research shows that there is an increase in crime during the summer, as opposed to the winter. One explanation for this is the warmer weather, which brings people out of their homes and into the streets,” University of Michigan, assistant professor of criminal justice Kimberly Bender said.