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Fans in Detroit and throughout Michigan are coming down with a case of “Tigers Fever.”
An Oakland County survey found it’s not a lack of jobs that’s the problem, but a lack of qualified workers.
The defense attorney says, “He didn’t seem to know anything about this.”
Students are making their way back to a local high school after some thought they received a bomb threat via text on Sunday.
Hundreds of Hollywood hopefuls lined up outside the Book-Cadillac Hotel in Detroit.
WWJ’s Ron Dewey reports from the scene that firefighters had to hook up to a hydrant down the block in order to gain access to the water necessary to put out the blaze.
“If it comes back that the child abuse was the cause of his death, we will up it to felony murder immediately,” said Macomb County Prosecuting attorney Eric Smith.
Firefighters battled to get the upper hand on a blaze at a home in Detroit’s historic Boston-Edison district.
Police say the road will remain shut down until Tuesday afternoon.
Police have given the all-clear after a man was found shot to death at a hotel in Novi.
Police say somehow, the driver of the minivan was able to escape the flames and flee the scene.
The Detroit Lions are treating fans to an open practice during their first week of training camp, where all football fans can get a sneak peek at this year’s team.
Firefighters battled equipment problems alongside a blaze that tore through three abandoned homes on Detroit’s west side.
A man was rushed to the hospital in critical condition after being shot on Detroit’s west side.
“She’s a very bright girl, she’s a fighter, she can stand a lot, if they’re trying to break her down, I don’t know what they’re doing,” Macchus said.
AAA Michigan executives and employees spent the day out of the office, Thursday, working instead to clean up a westside Detroit neighborhood.
Artists from 30 states and Canada are at the Wyandotte Street Art Fair, which runs through Sunday.
The Meijer store alone will employ 400 people on the site that was formerly fairgrounds that housed the once-annual Michigan State Fair.
This follows what city leaders say has been a rash of dog bite cases
The group says the big piles of petroleum coke are an eyesore and a health hazard.
Opening statements could begin Monday afternoon for the trial of Tucker Cipriano and Mitchell Young, in last year’s beating death of Cipriano’s father.
Phil Abram, GM’s Chief Infotainment Officer, stated at an investor conference about more key features such as remote key fobs on smartphones, product apps and 4G broadband service
Arson investigators are looking for answers after a dumpster fire spread to a neighboring apartment building, forcing its evacuation.
Royal Oak is about to unleash new regulations on dog owners.
A crowd of hundreds lined the funeral procession route Monday morning to pay final respects to a lost hero:
The senior U.S. Senator of Michigan was honored with his pending retirement and recognition for bringing the port to the Detroit River.
Four homes were destroyed or damaged by fire overnight in Highland Park. Three of them were already abandoned, while the fourth saw two people barely escape with their lives.
Emergency crews rushed downtown Detroit after a suspicious package was found at the McNamara Federal Building.
The doodle by Andover High School student Dakota Jones titled was chosen as a statewide winner.
Schools were evaluated on student performance on state-mandated assessments, and how effectively schools educated minorities and economically-disadvantaged students.