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Moore was last seen by her mother leaving her home in the 12100 block of Stringham Court on the city’s east side on February 7.
Things are going to be a lot different now that Belle Isle is officially a state park. WWJ’s City Beat Reporter Vickie Thomas reports on the changes that are in store.
Westbound I-94 was closed near Port Huron for several hours Monday morning following a collision between a car and a semi.
Unlike the temperature, gas prices are going up. GasBuddy.com says prices are up more than 10 cents over the past week to an average of $3.63 per gallon.
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Felton is the Detroit boy with leukemia who died just weeks after being named the city’s honorary police chief for a day.
“12 Years a Slave” won the Oscar for best picture at Sunday’s Academy Awards, while the 3D space spectacle “Gravity” triumphed as the night’s top award-winner.
The center will feature a penguin “deep dive” with views above and below water as the birds dive and soar through a chilled 326,000-gallon, 25-foot-deep aquatic area.
A 20-year-old assistant track coach at a West Michigan junior high school is accused of using his position of authority to solicit sex from student athletes.
Courtney Meeks, who was wearing a bulletproof vest, was shot in the neck while trying to help two women and a child who were being carjacked.
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.