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More visible proof the trains will soon be running up and down Woodward again, soon.
Jesse Gunderson old the judge he didn’t understand the charges but understands that he’ll remain in jail.
“I was actually asleep and I heard, ‘It’s a fire!'”
The 15-year-old girl told police she’d been walking alone because her friend was killed in an accident the day before.
With hundreds of discontented Detroiters squeezed into a small space, the deadline has a lot of people scrambling…and complaining.
Abe Hagenston has set up on the Woodward overpass near 8 Mile, touting a web site, Spanging.com.
It was a surprise for Ken Lockhart of Lincoln Park.
The 2015 North American International Auto Show in Detroit will open its doors to the public in just a couple of weeks.
Flyers found in residential mailboxes urge neighbors to oppose the project.
The transit center offers passenger rail service, regional bus routes and taxi services.
Crews are at work on what was once the site of the long-vacant Redford High School on the city’s west side.
State troopers accompanied a 13-hearse procession to the cemetery from the Wayne County Medical Examiner’s Office.
“They didn’t clean up after themselves…and it was kinda disappointing.”
The Woodward Dream Cruise is almost here — officially it’s August 16!
Construction on the project, which began in April, is about 66 percent completed.
The farmhouse was one of 11 bought by Beaumont Grosse Pointe to make way for more parking.
The company has been around about a decade, and Hall says they don’t sell electric bikes — they sell “bikes with an electric kick.”
In and outside the courtroom Thursday, family members on both sides hugged and supported each other.
Advanced Disposal and Rizzo Sanitation will divide the garbage pick-up duties within the city.
An engineered driveway through wetlands north off Commerce Road, west of Orchard Lake Road, failed.
A steady stream of cars clunk over the potholes that go all the way along the Southfield-Oak Park border.
A new supermarket is creating a buzz along Jefferson and St. Jean on the city’s east side …
A plea bargain is in the works for Cass Tech football player Jayru Campbell, accused of felony assault against a school security guard.
Robert Taylor is the franchisee owner of the first 7-Eleven store in the city of Detroit in two decades.
Should the Michigan legislature be cut to part-time? Click to weigh in.
Police say a neighborly dispute over a loose dog turned deadly when one man pulled out a gun and started shooting.
Crews thought they extinguished the fire, but were called back to the home a couple of hours later when the fire rekindled.
Michigan State Police are investigating after an officer was involved in a shooting in River Rouge.
It appears the long history of automotive related business will continue to operate at the corner of McGraw and Wyoming with the new logistics building in that area for an automotive tier one supplier.
Police in Harper Woods are looking for a burglar who might have been shot during a home invasion near an elementary school.