by Alex Jokich and Walter Smith-RandolphAs search for missing teacher Theresa Lockhart continues, police now say they're considering her case as a possible homicide.PORTAGE, Mich. (NEWSCHANNEL 3) - Police confirm the disappearance of a Schoolcraft teacher is now a possible homicide investigation.Theresa Lockhart has been missing since May 18th, and now, they say this missing persons case may be something much darker.
Theresa Lockhart has been missing since May 18th.PORTAGE, Mich. (NEWSCHANNEL 3) - Volunteers are amping up efforts in the search for a Schoolcraft High School Spanish teacher now missing 13 days. "There are a lot of good people in this community willing to help find Mrs. Lockhart," said one volunteer.Leading up to her disappearance, we're told Theresa Lockhart called out sick from school May 15th through 17th. School officials were expecting to see her May 18th but she never showed up.
WEST MICHIGAN (NEWSCHANNEL 3) – You can add a Battle Creek family to the growing list of recent flight flubs.That family says their dream vacation turned into a nightmare after a series of mistakes made by Delta Airlines.There’s no physical assault in this case, instead the family says they endured emotional turmoil and a seven thousand dollar loss after they say some strange mishaps on the part of the airline caused them to miss a cruise.The Geigle family was all smiles the morning of April...
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Selecting a term
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