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He said he was worried about how long the safety belt would hold.
Parents and students in Milford are being warned about a case of potential stranger danger.
A potentially deadly situation is averted after residents in an apartment building in Detroit are evacuated due to a fire.
Police were on the scene in Farmington where an armed man was holed up in his house.
Jim Nicksich is still trying to get over his 15-year-old daughter’s suicide, but hopes his story can help save another child’s life.
Investigators say the boy may have been left in the van for as many as 11 hours.
Police think a man who was ejected from his car on I-94 was speeding before the deadly crash.
The situation unfolded Wednesday morning at Carlysle and Mayfair streets, near Outer Drive.
A security guard turned his gun on a man who tried to enter a senior apartment complex near Wayne State University.
A fire that tore through a home on Detroit’s west side might have been caused by an illegal utility hook up.
Detroit police have their hands full after more than half a dozen shootings took place overnight — three of them fatal.
Thieves were on a mission in northwest Detroit Thursday morning when they broke into a Walgreens Pharmacy.
The Red Cross is helping several families following an early morning apartment fire that destroyed their homes on Detroit’s west side.
A pawn shop chain wants to expand to Livonia, but not everyone’s sold on the idea.
Jim “The Shark” Dreyer made it to Belle Isle after more than 50 hours in the water.
Residents are waking up to the sight of crime scene tape and flashing lights as police investigate an apparent murder.
Groups are rallying across the state are asking for $15 an hour.
This is the 13th homicide already this year, compared to a total of 12 for all of last year.
A reality show videographer has been sentenced on charges connected to a fatal police raid.
The Meijer store at 8 Mile Road and Woodward Avenue is officially open for business.
Police have confirmed that a body found in a wooded area is that of 20-year-old Brenna Machus.
The sun wasn’t even out yet, but the heat made an already-tough job even tougher for firefighters in southwest Detroit Thursday morning.
With temperatures set to scorch, metro Detroiters are making plans to stay cool Wednesday.
The body of a 54-year-old woman has been recovered from a submerged truck that onlookers saw plunge into the Detroit River in Wyandotte.
Video footage broadcast by local TV stations showed the boy being led away from the scene in handcuffs with a bag of Funyuns hanging out of his pocket.
Outages were still spotty Thursday morning along I-375 from Jefferson Avenue to Mt. Elliot.
It was a day at the races for swimmers over at Belle Isle beach for the Motor City Mile that took place on Wednesday.
Some Downriver residents are concerned that an ongoing construction project might have unknowingly unleashed a horde of rats near their homes.
Hot, hazy days are best spent on the water.
Detroit firefighters were called out to the city’s east side Tuesday morning for a vacant house fire, but getting there was half the battle.