Detroiters Speak Out For And Against Ordinance To Regulate Pot Shops Janeé Ayers called it "the Gremlin effect": They're multiplying quickly and seem to be everywhere. Graffiti Artist Shepard Fairey, Who Created Obama’s ‘Hope’ Poster, Scheduled To Stand Trial For Tagging Buildings In Detroit Shepard Fairey's lawyer has said prosecutors offered no proof the tagging was done by Fairey.
Ex-US Rep. John Dingell Leaves Hospital With New Pacemaker Who Wins In New Michigan Lotto ‘Veterans Day 50/50 Raffle?’ Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum Closing Until Next Summer Bedbugs, Black Mold, Force Residents To Plea For Help From Housing Commission New Agency Seeks To Bring Economic Opportunity To Detroit Gov. Snyder Signs Law Allowing Drivers To Show Proof Of Insurance On Phone Highland Park Mayor: Help Struggling Americans Before Syrian Refugees Metro Detroit Welcomes Syrian, Iraqi Refugees
Sexual Assault Reported At Oakland University This is the second reported sexual assault of the current fall semester at the Rochester school. Flint Council Approves $2M To Switch Back To Detroit Water The Flint City Council has approved spending $2 million toward temporarily reconnecting with Detroit's water system amid a health emergency.
Commission Makes Michigan Fishing Regulation Changes Detroiters Speak Out For And Against Ordinance To Regulate Pot Shops Motorcyclist Hurt In Crash Closing Schoenherr Road In Sterling Heights Woman Fatally Shot In Royal Oak Home; Boyfriend Arrested Gas Station Rewards Card Helps Identify Skeletal Remains Christopher Columbus Statue In Detroit Reportedly Vandalized With Bloody Ax [PHOTO] U-M, MSU Rivalry Leveraged To Raise Funds To Test Rape Kits Man Sentenced To Prison After More Than 100 RV Thefts