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Less than two weeks after my report detailing how copper thieves had sabotaged a $3.2 million dollar LED lighting project on I-94, most of the lights are already back on.
Michigan ranks 10th in scrap metal theft in the nation and community leaders says it’s time to pass laws that will cut off the quick cash for those who steal metal and sell it to disreputable scrap yards.
An 18-year-old Michigan man faces a murder charge in a wrong-way crash that killed a new bride and critically injured her 11-year-old son.
Daylight Saving Time officially begins at 2 a.m. Sunday, although many people opt to change their clocks before they go to sleep Saturday night.
A 55-year-old man has been charged with arson on accusations he set multiple fires that damaged six houses in Detroit within a few minutes.
Karim “Gary” Khamarko was gunned down during a robbery at Dollar Club Plus in Ferndale the day after Thanksgiving in 2010.
Not guilty pleas were entered for the three defendants who are from Detroit.
Police in Oakland County have identified a woman whose mummified body was rotting for years inside a vehicle at a foreclosed home in metro Detroit.
A local animal shelter is urging the community to contact a state representative about banning gas chambers for euthanizing dogs and cats in Michigan.
Police surrounded a strip mall in southwest Detroit after an early morning break-in.
Nov. 22 2013 marks the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. As the home of the limousine that President Kennedy was riding in on that fateful day in Dallas, The Henry Ford in Dearborn, Mich., holds a remembrance in his honor, where guests can view the vehicle and see other important artifacts that symbolized his time as president. (WWJ/Pat Sweeting)
The Detroit Tigers claimed the final spot in the next round of the baseball playoffs after beating the Oakland A’s.
GateKeeper, Cedar Point’s first wing roller coaster, finally takes flight.
The street lights may not work in Detroit, but that’s not stopping these homes on the city’s west side from illuminating with holiday cheer.
More than 200 precious objects made under the direction of Karl Fabergé provide a glimpse into a bygone era of Russian imperial glory in the exhibition Fabergé: The Rise and Fall, on view at the Detroit Institute of Arts through Jan. 21, 2013.