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Fire investigator Dan Lee says a broken window to the north side of the tax accounting office has piqued their interest.
A Macomb County grandmother facing sentencing for the drowning of her grandson in a bathtub may get another trial.
It’s April 15th! Have you filed your taxes yet? It appears many people haven’t, although tonight’s the deadline to file federal and state returns.
A 61-year-old woman is dead and several other people are homeless after fire in Southfield.
A new survey finds more travelers are complaining about airline service — a 20 percent jump in the past year.
A First State Bank branch was forced to close even before it opened for business on Tuesday.
Another iconic building that was left to waste will once again come alive in downtown Detroit.
A firefighter was taken to the hospital after being exposed to chemicals at the scene of a fire in Taylor.
The Road Commission for Oakland County is holding an open house Wednesday to gather input on a proposed roundabout for a busy intersection in Farmington Hills.
Authorities believe a firebombing is to blame for a blaze that destroyed two homes on Detroit’s east side as an apparent result of a drug dealer’s turf war.
Detroit firefighters had their work cut out for them Wednesday morning after several vacant houses went up in flames on city’s southwest side.
A big smashup involving a semi-truck on eastbound I-696 at Couzens led to backups for drivers Monday morning.
A war of words turns into flames of fury in an east side Detroit neighborhood.
Handyman Joseph Gentz has been sentenced to a minimum of 17 years in prison in the murder of Grosse Pointe Park mother and marketing executive Jane Bashara.
A group of armed men dressed as fake police officers broke into a home on Detroit’s west side and began firing shots, killing a woman and injuring a child.
Authorities have identified a young suspect shot and killed by a State Police trooper following a car bombing and cross-county chase.
The 47th Detroit Camper and RV Show is going on through Sunday at the Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi.
Detroit police believe the body of a young woman found in a house on the west side is that of a 23-year-old who has been missing since New Year’s Day.
Fire officials say one person is unaccounted for after fire broke out at a home Downriver early Tuesday morning.
What started as a house fire on Detroit’s west side is now a homicide investigation.
The auto club says Monday the average is about 16 cents per gallon more than last year at this time.
Michigan State Police say one person is dead following a two-car crash on the Southfield Freeway.
The opening of a federal Export-Import finance center will help create jobs in Detroit and in the state, officials say.
Salt trucks and plows have been busy clearing the roadways of snow and ice since Sunday evening, but drivers are still being cautioned to give themselves extra time. And, check the School Closings list before sending the kids out the door.
Dozens of residents at an apartment complex in Detroit received a rude awakening overnight when pipes burst on the upper floors, sending water cascading into their homes below.
The city of Detroit says two warming centers have extended their hours to accommodate rising demand during the bitter cold snap.
A metro Detroit motel that has been around since the 1960s is now a complete loss after fire tore through the building early Thursday morning.
Police in Dearborn Heights are on the hunt for a suspect in a hit-and-run accident that left one person seriously injured.
Officials later this week are expected to make an announcement about a trainload of federal money heading to Detroit for the Woodward Light Rail project.
The resident of the home escaped the fire, however, fire officials say the pack rat conditions, combined with all of the combustibles inside, weakened the home’s structure.