August 29, 2015
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Ex-Convict Charged With Murder, Rape In 1988 Death Of Woman
Murder and sexual assault charges have been filed in Pontiac, nearly three decades after an 88-year-old widow was found dead in her home.
Hackers Strike At Data Of Thousands Of Michigan Catholic Workers; Social Security Numbers Stolen
Hackers cracked a computer network and got access to Social Security numbers and other personal information of more than 10,000 people who work for Roman Catholic churches or church affiliates around Michigan.
Algae In Western Lake Erie Eats Into Fishing Business
A year ago, the toxins contaminated the drinking water for 400,000 in the Toledo area and southeastern Michigan.
Protesters Speak Out Against Proposed Mosque In Sterling Heights
Police say people gathered in the area of 15 Mile between Mound and Ryan Roads around 11 a.m. in opposition of a potential mosque going up in the area, with more protests scheduled for Sunday.
GoFundMe Campaign Launched To Support Family Of State Trooper Killed On I-75
State Police Lieutenant Monica Yesh said the incident should serve as a reminder for drivers to be vigilant in staying focused behind the wheel, especially while changing lanes.
Rally Shows Support For Former Michigan Marine Imprisoned In Iran
Dozens of people attending a rally in Michigan have released balloons to mark the four-year anniversary of Iran's refusal to free Amir Hekmati, a former Marine from Michigan.
Open Houses Scheduled For 2 Fully Rehabbed Detroit Homes
The work on the houses is part of the "Rehabbed and Ready" program, an effort to help stabilize neighborhoods by rehabilitating empty houses and making them move-in ready for auction.
Indian Man Living In Michigan Drowns In Lake St. Clair
While at a work function, the man went swimming behind a home on Lake St. Clair and a short time later coworkers were unable to find him.
Friend Of Drowned Southfield Fire Chief Admits He Was Intoxicated While Manning Boat
William Jeffrey Jr. of Troy pleaded guilty during a Thursday arraignment to misdemeanor operating a vessel while intoxicated.
Judge Rules On Evidence Allowed In Ex-Inkster Officer’s Assault Trial
William Melendez was fired by the Inkster police department after the incident in which Floyd Dent is seen on video being pulled from his car and repeatedly punched.
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