Detroit's Historic United Sound System Recording Studios Lists for $1.5M After Facing DemolitionA recording studio in Detroit that once welcomed artists such as Aretha Franklin and Miles Davis has been listed for $1.5 million after earlier being targeted for demolition.
Kid's Exposure to Opioid Medication Rose 215% in Three Years, Study SaysMore than 11,200 calls concerning children's exposure to buprenorphine, an opioid medication used to treat opioid use disorder, were made to US poison control centers from 2007 to 2016.
Supreme Court Declines to Hear 'Making a Murderer Case' The Supreme Court said Monday it won't weigh in on the case of a teenager convicted of rape and murder whose story was documented in the Netflix series "Making a Murderer."
Melania Trump Promotes 'Kindness, Compassion, and Positivity' at Youth ConferenceFirst lady Melania Trump made her first public appearance since her jacket controversy Sunday evening, speaking to the Students Against Destructive Decisions' annual conference where she emphasized the importance of kindness.
Keeping Your Pet Calm During the FireworksThis time of year is busy for shelters across the country. Many pets frightened by the sound of fireworks, end up wandering away from home, according to the Michigan Humane Society.
Government Details How Separated Families Will Be ReunitedThe Trump administration is releasing its plan for putting back together the thousands of families it separated at the border -- but the reunions won't happen quickly.
Chicago Police K-9 Helps Drug Officers Find $10 Million In MarijuanaChicago police are praising a very good dog on the force, after one of their K-9s made a $10 million pot bust this weekend.
New DIA Exhibit to Examine Lost and Found PhotographsAn exhibition opening this summer at the Detroit Institute of Arts is offering a look at so-called found photographs rescued from attics, resale shops and other places.
Pilot Escapes Injury After Hot-Air Balloon Crash in MichiganA hot-air balloon pilot escaped injury after his balloon struck power lines and fell into a southeastern Michigan lake.
Summer Art Exhibit Kicks Off in Downtown DetroitA summer exhibit that connects outdoor and indoor spaces while incorporating art and natural elements is kicking off in downtown Detroit.
Abuse Claim Against Dead Priest is Credible, Says ChurchThe Roman Catholic Church in southeastern Michigan is urging people to step forward if they believe they were sexually abused by a priest who died in 1993.
Detroit-Area Artists, Performers Receive Kresge Foundation FellowshipsKresge Arts in Detroit says 16 artists and two groups have received film and music fellowships and live arts fellowships.