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Xyonna Pfeifer, 1, cowers up against her mother Sharhonda Walker as Immunization Nurse Educator Diana Kinner, left, approaches her with a vaccination. There has been an outbreak of 150 people across the country contracting measles, one of which in Michigan. The disease was nearly eradicated over the last decade in the United States. Check out […]
I got a call around 8 p.m. last night to come out to a standoff. Apparently Michael Czolgosz had locked himself inside his house after allegedly assaulting two women. He then fired a nail gun at officers who surrounded the house. After a six hour long standoff where officers threw in tear gas canisters, concussion […]
Police say that 17-year-old Kadeem Dennis White of Jackson shot and killed Benjamin Corbridge Willard, 21, in the alley between Chittock and Francis Tuesday. Willard is the second 21-year-old to die by gunfire this year in Jackson. Click here for the Jackson Citizen Patriot’s coverage.
I spent the last month at East Jackson Middle School documenting the moments up to when the school finally closed their doors. Due to budget cuts EJMS has closed its doors and the students will be redistributed to Robinson Elementary and East Jackson High School. Below is an audio slideshow I created revolving around the […]
Click here for the Citizen Patriot story following the trial.
A video from the funeral service of Jackson police officer James Bonneau. Bonneau was shot and killed Tuesday, March 9 while responding to a domestic call at 12:20 a.m. Click here to watch in HD.
Jackson police officer James Bonneau was killed in a shooting on Mitchell Street in Jackson Tuesday, March 9. Blackman Township officer Darin McIntosh was also shot and wounded before shooting and killing the suspect 63-year-old Elvin Potts. Click here for the Citizen Patriot’s coverage of the shooting. The funeral service for officer Bonneau will be […]
“This tube is connect directly to my heart. …Now, all I want is to be healthy. The healthier I am, the more chances I will have in life,” Emmarie Truman said. Truman’s sister Erin is donating potentially lifesaving bone marrow to Emmarie as a Christmas gift. “With all the pain she has had to endure, […]
While I was shooting a football game at Cary-Grove High School I noticed some heavy smoke in the sky. Soon after I got a call from a reporter saying there was a five-alarm fire at Lowe Enterprises, which happened to be just down the road from me. Good thing it was 28-0 at the half. […]