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The Michigan Murders Part 3: The Trial

On the third installment of our Michigan Murders Series, we take you back to the courtroom where it all happened and walk you through John Norman Collins’ trial. After a long year for Ypsilanti, Collins finally meets his fate. 


The Michigan Murders Part 1: Seven Young Women

Between 1967 and 1989, seven young women, all between the ages of 13 and 23, were found dead in Washtenaw County. Listen to learn the who, what, when, where, and how of the real-life 50-year-old cold case known today as The Michigan Murders.


Halloween 2019: Ghosts of EMU

 They say that truth is stranger than fiction and that real life is scarier than anything imagined. But what if that truth has to do with ghosts? What if the things that go bump in the night are real? 


October 14, 2019

In this week’s news overview, we’re bringing you updates on Student Government’s budget allocation, news of planned renovations to Ypsi’s Rutherford Bathhouse, and a rundown of EMU Sport scores from this weekend.  


Police Blotter: June 9- June 21

The police blotter is a report of the criminal goings-on on and around Eastern Michigan University, during the weeks of June 9 through June 21. 


Police Blotter: May 25- June 8

 The police blotter is a report of the criminal goings-on on and around Eastern Michigan University, during the weeks of May 25 through June 8.  


Brief: EMU staffer convicted of financial crimes, accused of secretly recording his relative and boyfriend during sex

Channel 4/Click On Detroit revealed that an Eastern Michigan University employee is accused of recording a relative and her boyfriend participating in sex acts via hidden cameras. Michael Pickerel, an EMU alum and staff member at the College of Business’s Dean’s office, did not have hidden cameras on school property, but was placed on administrative leave on June 10 in relation to the accusations. 


Police Blotter: May 13 to May 24

 The police blotter is a collection of the criminal going-ons at Eastern Michigan University for the weeks of May 13 to May 24. 


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