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7 Indicted As Authorities Take Down Sophisticated Tri-County Heroin RingThey operated Woodward Ave. from 6 Mile to 8 Mile — handing out business cards to clients.
Suspect Sought In Abduction, Rape Of Teen Girl Waiting For BusThe 17-year-old told police she was taken to an abandoned home where she was sexually assaulted
Metro Detroit Welcomes Syrian, Iraqi Refugees"She said: We lost our houses; we lost everything we owned there..."
Fall Tourism Means Billions Of Dollars For MichiganResidents and visitors should start seeing peak fall color in some parts of Michigan next week — and that means big business for the state.
GM Recalls SUVs, Tells Owners Not To Use Windshield Wipers Due To Fire RiskGeneral Motors is telling owners of some SUVs not to use their windshield wipers because an electrical short could cause the wiper motor to catch fire.
Governor Snyder Supports Switching Troubled Flint Water System Back To DetroitFlint is currently facing a public health emergency over lead in its water.
Report: About 8,000 Homes In Wayne County Foreclosure Auction Are Presently OccupiedAn upcoming tax foreclosure auction in Wayne County is sparking fears of mass evictions after a published report revealed that thousands of the homes are presently occupied.
Detroit Teen Facing Murder Charge After Shooting, Police StandoffA 17-year-old who was arrested after an hours-long police standoff is facing multiple charges in connection with the shooting death of a man on Detroit's west side.
Michigan Moves Ahead With Reopening Of Hiawatha Prison In UPThe Michigan Department of Corrections is moving forward with reopening the Hiawatha Correctional Facility after making about $8.9 million in upgrades at the Upper Peninsula facility.
Strike Avoided As UAW, Fiat Chrysler Come To Tentative AgreementJust minutes after the midnight strike deadline, UAW's Vice President James Settles told WWJ that a strike had been avoided.
Wyandotte Woman Enters Guilty Plea In Death Of Newborn Son At WorkAccording to the plea agreement, Kimberly Pappas will spend nine to 20 years in prison for murdering her son.
Last Day To Vote On Road Closures For Upcoming I-275 Reconstruction ProjectToday is the final day to comment on traffic options when crews start repairing I-275 in Livonia, Farmington Hills and Novi next year.