The summit is organized by the Michigan chapter of the National Defense Industrial Association.
The break has left the roads along Collingwood and Holmur streets wet, slushy and icy.
Bannon told the crowd that there is still hard work ahead.
Powell spoke of one of the challenges of our foreign policy under the Trump administration.
The vote was close — with 515 in favor, and 474 against.
“There are no winners in this — but by the grace of God, there will be no more losers.”
Attempts to block a planned move into a new office building appear to be at the center of the dispute.
Oakland University has named a new president.
The Midtown West project will begin in the fall of 2018.
Her past would have disqualified her for citizenship.
“This is something that never should have happened, but it did,” says the Flint mayor.
The first of six rail cars has been delivered to the Penske Tech Center on Woodward.
The vests, priced at $1,000 each, were made possible by a donation by a local business.
America deserves better, on both sides of the political aisle said Ralph Nader in Detroit.
Suspects are still at large nearly two years after nine-year-old India Williams was shot and critically injured.
Dearborn Heights Mayor announces a $2.8 million grant from FEMA to purchase and demolish 15 homes in a flood zone along Hanover Street, near Ecorse Creek.
District Court Judge Mark Plawecki made it official outside of the Dearborn Heights courthouse where he serves.
“I think it’s the biggest case of criminal negligence I’ve ever seen,” said Democrat Coleman Young II.
A loss in Michigan and in his home state of Ohio could spell the end of the run for John Kasich.
It was a busy day of campaigning in Michigan for Chelsea Clinton — the daughter of Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton.
The Hartland native says he started a GoFundMe account to acquire enough capital to purchase the Lions from the Ford family.
He called Mexico the new China.
The alleged illegal operation was run out of the unimposing Advance Medical Supply outlet on Van Dyke, north of 23 Mile.
Portland, Michigan Cleans Up After Devastating Tornado Strikes; ‘The Freight Train Sound? It’s True’
“It’s devastating, but I like to see the community come together…”
Emergency responders reported to Allen Park High School — looking to deliver a message ahead of prom and graduation season.
Luckily no one was walking by when the brick and metal awning came crashing down.
Several state dignitaries were in Southfield to pay their final respects to philanthropist and shopping mall mogul A. Alfred Taubman.
Calling the research “senseless,” Tomlin urges the use of dogs in cardiac research be put to an end.
When the Spartans made the Final Four we knew we had to go, says Spartan fan Drew Mann.
Izzo told WWJ’s Jon Hewett the team just finished two good days of practice before hitting the road ‘on a mission.’