President Obama Drinks Flint Water During Visit To Struggling CityDuring meeting, at a food bank early in the afternoon, the president spoke for about 15 minutes before taking a drink from a glass.
Former MSU Basketball Player Keith Appling Faces Felony Gun Charges After Strip Club ArrestA former Michigan State University basketball player is facing weapons and drug charges after he was arrested at a strip club over the weekend.
Farmington Hills Police Warn Of Thieves Breaking Into Cars At Area ParksDon't leave valuables in your car.
Man Acquitted In EMU Football Player Slaying Awaits Sentencing In Another ShootingEd Thomas was accused of shooting at two men in May 2015 whom he believed were following him.
Obama Visiting Flint For First Time Since Water Crisis Began, Snyder To Meet With Him"The fact that something like this happened in a community that is so economically disadvantaged is something that troubles the president," White House spokesman Josh Earnest said Tuesday.
Wayne County Labor Unions Launch Petition Drive To Cut Elected Officials' SalariesThe "Wayne County Citizens for Reform" organization is kicking off the effort Tuesday.
Ex-Detroit Schools Administrator Pleads Guilty In $325K Kickback SchemeFlowers admitted to accepting checks, gift cards and personal services in the form of home repairs.
McDonald's Testing New Garlic FriesThere's something new, and quite pungent, under the golden arches.
The Snack Attack: Papa John's Pepperoni Rolls -- Zesty Idea, But Does It Impress? [TASTE TEST]The new side item features layers of pepperoni and three cheeses – fontina, asiago, and provolone -- rolled in fresh dough.
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Panel Considers $500 Million Plan For Detroit SchoolsMichigan lawmakers facing pressure to rescue Detroit's state-managed school district are at odds over how much to spend and other details.
UN Experts: Human Rights In Flint May Have Been ViolatedOne expert alleged such choices wouldn't have been made if its population "was well-off or overwhelmingly white."