The body was found in the ditch on the ramp from eastbound I-94 to southbound I-275 in Romulus Wednesday afternoon.
After flashing his headlights at another driver to get them to change lanes, the Camaro driver then pulled alongside that car and pointed a semi-automatic pistol at the driver.
Dr. Vivek Murthy saw the Fair Food Network’s Double Up Food Bucks program in action, which allows low-income families to use food stamps to buy fresh fruits and vegetables at farmers markets.
A man serving a life sentence for a fatal shooting in a college parking lot has struck out again in his latest effort to have his conviction overturned with the help of law students.
A teenager who was locked up for nearly 40 days in a dispute over a snowball has filed a lawsuit against the Detroit school district after a judge dismissed the criminal case.
It’s one of two cases that have put Sara Ylen, now 40, in prison.
Fiat Chrysler is recalling more than 322,000 sedans worldwide because side air bags can inflate if doors are slammed too hard.
Two workers were in the process of repossessing a Chrysler 300 when the 69-year-old man stepped outside in his underwear and opened fire, striking one of the workers in the leg.
The Michigan Supreme Court has overturned the first-degree murder conviction of a man linked to a Flint gang because the prosecution didn’t tell the jury about FBI payments to a key witness.
Southfield Fire Chief Presumed Dead After Jumping Into Lake St. Clair To Retrieve Hat; Boater Arrested For OWI
Authorities say their search effort has now turned into a recovery mission.
The riots ended after five days, leaving more than 2,000 buildings in Detroit destroyed. Over 400 people were injured and more than 7,000 people were arrested.
It’s just about time for some Detroit Tigers baseball!
How about a pretzel dog? Some unique food options are available at the ballpark for the 2015 season.
A burning tanker truck shut down a stretch of Interstate 94 near the border between Detroit and the suburb of Dearborn.
WWJ’s Jackie Paige broadcasts live from the library at the State Capitol.
A variety of different press kits and gifts were given out during press preview days at the North American International Auto Show