Nearly 1,000 Jewish volunteers will be joined for the sixth year by their Muslim neighbors to take part in mitzvahs, or good deeds, aiding Detroit area social service agencies at 43 different community sites on Christmas Day.
The man “stopped his car before approaching the inspection booth, exited his vehicle and started walking towards the primary inspection lanes waving a handgun.”
Detroit officials have received no complaints about the tent city and have no plans to move them from the park, said Sgt. Michael Woody, a police department spokesman.
The festively dressed gunman told officers that he felt threatened after arguing with the pair and shot both men. Police officials confirm that the suspect is in custody.
Wildlife biologist Jennifer Kleitch says hunters got their elk, and the Department of Natural Resources achieved its animal management goals.
Gov. Rick Snyder announced a plan in April to double the state’s residential recycling rate to 30 percent within the next two years.
There will be free snowshoeing, an ice garden, dogsled demonstrations, heated tents, an outdoor carnival, skating exhibitions and live music.
The Michigan Supreme Court has struck down an award of $767,000 for a Lansing-area woman who aspired to be a dental hygienist before her car was hit by a state salt truck.
According to the Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Office, a family member left the home and returned around 10:45 p.m. and noticed that one of the family vehicles and 66-year-old Damon Ford were both missing.
Super Saturday is expected to be the top sales day of the year, even surpassing Black Friday.
Protesters demonstrated in Campus Martius in response to a grand jury’s decision not to indict a NYC police officer in the killing of Eric Garner.
Torrential storms with record-breaking rainfall passed over metro Detroit, causing flash-floods that trapped thousands of motorists on freeways.
April Millsap, 14, was found dead in a ditch along a trail in Armada on July 24, 2014.
Heavy rain and large hail hit the Metro Detroit area causing outages and leaving damage in its wake.
A seven mile stretch of the freeway between Livonia and Redford Township is closed until at least October for an overhaul.
It’s an unfortunate chapter in the storied history of the old Wayne County Building in Detroit.