A Monroe Public Schools disciplinary document claims a former teacher regularly made racist comments before he was placed on administrative leave after an assistant principal observed a lesson on stereotypes.
Art student Sarah Renken says she’s “always been interested in how art and health are interwoven and this project allowed me to give back by providing a creative outlet for pediatric patients.”
Lansing-area authorities say firefighters responding to a house fire found the body of a man who’d been shot to death.
The accident dislodged the fire hydrant and damaged a water main on Borgman Street at the North I-94 service drive in Van Buren Township, creating a giant sinkhole and leaving residents without water.
Romance was in the air at Detroit Metro Airport this weekend as a returning airman proposed to his girlfriend as he deplaned from his Delta Air Lines flight.
A door-to-door search is underway to find the person responsible for the abduction and sexual assault of an 11-year-old girl in Highland Park.
Tamales are becoming an increasing popular dish to be served with Christmas dinners in Metro Detroit, and restaurants are working hard to meet demand.
BMW has agreed to demands from the government to replace driver’s-side air bags across the entire U.S.
Last-minute shoppers still have a few hours to find unique technology gifts for Christmas.
The Department of Education reported the figures last week to the state House and Senate education budget subcommittees.
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.