The free press is under attack as you can see from the "Reporter Arrested" video below, and The Morning Gazette Radio Show is now taking a two-week vacation. I'm tired of losing the battle on fighting public corruption in the Metro Flint area, and across our state and national political scene. I'm no fan of the one-sided slant of CNN style reporting, but what happened to a CNN reporter in Minneapolis a few hours ago is disgraceful. It will empower other corrupt politicians who think they can thumb their noses at the laws of our land regarding a free press. I'm very concerned today about the future of our country. READ MORE Reporter Arrested
MAY 29, 2020 — Today's Editor's Notebook by Publisher & Executive Editor Mike Killbreath explains his decision to unplug CCNRADIO.net and suspend operations at TheDailyGazette.net for at least two weeks. "We're not sure we can survive after the governor's stay-at-home order was extended again," Killbreath said in today's column. "The COVID-19 pandemic ended our revenue stream from advertisers who no longer need advertising. We are in very frustrating times."
DAVISON (CCN) — Long-time Flint area automobile dealership owner Patsy Lou Williamson died today. She had been sick for a few years. The resident of Davison was 87. She operated Patsy Lou Williamson dealerships for many years with late husband Don Williamson as her consultant. She was also First Lady of Flint after her husband was elected to two terms as mayor in his hometown in 2004 and 2008. Don died in April of 2019 at age 85. The Williamsons were married for 47 years and focused on charitable donations during the later years of their successful career in business. The Williamsons are survived by sons, Michael Williamson, John (Amy) Gartrell and Scott (Julie) Williamson; daughter, Deanna Williamson; many grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
(CCN) — Detroit businessman Bob Carmack's war on public corruption features ignoring warnings from his legal team not to talk with the media. He sat down this week with award-winning investigation reporter Mike Killbreath who is Executive Editor at TheDailyGazette.net to shoot video for a Special Presentation of The Morning Gazette Radio Show. You can watch the promo by clicking here.
(CCN) — All four Metro Flint area school districts that went to voters for millage proposals on Tuesday (May 6, 20202) are celebrating after the ballots were counted. Voters said yes to millage requests in the Bentley, Clio, Grand Blanc and Mt. Morris districts. READ MORE
FLINT (CCN) — A 7 pm press conference was held Friday (May 8, 2020) to confirm an earlier report by The Daily Gazette that two suspects have been apprehended in connection to Flint's Family Dollar murder. Prosecutor David Leyton reported that Ramonyea Bishop, 23, was taken into custody at a Bay City location and his step-father, Larry Teague, was arrested in Houston. Detroit's WXYZ TV 7 also reported about an hour ago that sources said the pair had been taken into custody. READ MORE
FLINT (CCN) — Sources tell The Daily Gazette that arrests have been made on two men wanted in connection with the murder eight days ago at Flint's Family Dollar store. One man was apprehended in Houston and the other suspect was arrested in Bay City, according to reliable souces. READ MORE
ARGENTINE TWP. (CCN) — Holly police say Rex Gomell, 68, of Argentine Township has been arrested in the Dollar Tree incident that made national news. He is the suspect in a video that went viral after an employee at the Holly store asked him to put on a mask and he instead wiped his nose on her sleeve.
FLINT (CCN) — Genesee County Prosecutor David Leyton charged a fourth person on Thursday morning (May 7, 2020) related to the murder of a security guard at a Family Dollar store in Flint. Brya Shatonia Bishop, 24, has now been arrested and charged with three felonies related to her actions in the shooting death of Calvin "Duper" Munerlyn. READ MORE
FLUSHING (CCN) — Residents in the quiet community of Flushing are bracing for a possible high profile arrest of a popular local official. John Gleason, a former county commissioner who served as a State Senator during 10 years in Lansing as a member of the State Legislature, has not yet made any public comments after The Morning Gazette
FLUSHING (CCN) — Residents in the quiet community of Flushing are bracing for a possible high profile arrest of a popular local official. John Gleason, a former county commissioner who served as a State Senator during 10 years in Lansing as a member of the State Legislature, has not yet made any public comments after The Morning Gazette Radio Show reported that Genesee County Sheriff Chris Swanson has asked the county prosecutor to arrest Gleason over an alleged push to have staff illegally "back date" a marriage certificate. READ MORE
FLINT (CCN) — Flint's 1st Ward city councilman, Eric Mays, let The Daily Gazette know Wednesday night (April 29, 2020) that he's confused how his city's mayor thinks he can shut down stores providing essential services under a curfew he announced last month. READ MORE
LANSING (CCN) — Flint's Cynthia Neeley called it a "full and rewarding day" in a Facebook post after introducing her first two bills as the newest member of the State House of Representatives in Lansing. READ MORE
SWARTZ CREEK (CCN) — A Swartz Creek man known for pushing socialist and progressive left-wing political agenda philosophies has delivered explosive allegations against a popular long-time politician.
Ryan LoRee has agreed to sit down with The Morning Gazette Radio Show to tape a segment for Monday's program on CCNRADIO.net. The segment will first air live at 12:15 pm on Saturday (April 25, 2020) during a Facebook Live interview LoRee has agreed to do. You can listen live to the entire radio program by clicking here at 8 o'clock on Monday morning.
The Facebook Live presentation can be seen by clicking here. LoRee took to Facebook Friday morning with two videos to make allegations about homophobic slurs being made to him via texts and a message left on his cell phone by Genesee County Clerk & Register of Deeds John Gleason of Flushing. LoRee says the alleged homophobic slurs were made by Gleason about Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel. READ MORE
The photo at the top left side of today's front page is evidence of three men violating Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s Executive Order about social distancing during the current coronavirus pandemic. A Swartz Creek man alleges it was also part of "mafia style tactics" designed to "shut him up" with threats to he and his family. Ryan LoRee made both accusations against a well-known and popular political figure in local circles during a Facebook Live interview with me that will air on Monday's Morning Gazette Radio Show on CCNRADIO.net at 8 am. The bottom line is that LoRee is on a mission to demand John Gleason resign from office as Genesee County Clerk & Register of Deeds.
The explosive allegations include accusing Gleason of using racial slurs against blacks and Mexicans, saying "some women need to be beaten" and using a homophobic slur about Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel. Media attention on serious stuff like all that isn't exactly the way to kick off another campaign for re-election for the former county commissioner and State Senator who spent 10 years in Lansing as a member of the State Legislature before winning his current countywide office. READ MORE
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