Local Groups Pay Respects To 9/11 Victims On 15th Anniversary Of Tragic AttackGroups throughout metro Detroit are gathering to remember the victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks on the 15th anniversary of the tragic events this weekend.
Need Help In Western Wayne County? You Can Now Text 911If you have an emergency in western Wayne County, you can now text 911 for help if calling isn't an option.
Text-To-911 Service Now Available In Western Wayne County"It's just another way to keep our residents safe," said Westland Mayor William Wild.
Frantic Calls Made To 911 During Kalamazoo Shooting Rampage"Please don't move. They're coming. We got the kids," a woman can be heard telling one victim.
Artifacts Unveiled As Michigan Marks Anniversary Of 9/11A 500-pound steel beam from the World Trade Center will be displayed in southwestern Michigan, one of many events on the 14th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks.
Macomb County Dispatch Center Now Accepts 911 TextsThe Macomb County Sheriff's Department dispatch center can now accept 911 text messages.
World Trade Center Beam, 'Rudy' Featured In St. Clair Shroes Memorial Day ParadeThe 63rd St. Clair Shores Memorial Day Parade will feature veterans, military vehicles, school groups, a beam from the World Trade Center and “Rudy” Ruettiger.
Macomb County Executive Mark Hackel Wants Residents To Call 911 To Report Dangerous PotholesExecutive Mark Hackel is once again asking residents in Macomb County to help fix some of the county's worst pothole-laden roads by calling 911.
Oakland County Rolls Out System To Respond To 911 TextsThe text-to-911 service works like any text conversation, with the 911 operator using a web browser to respond within seconds.
'Drunk Dialing' 911 More Than 100 Times Finally Gets Man A Response: ArrestAuthorities say a northern Michigan man confessed he was drunk and bored when he called 911 more than 100 times in the span of about a month.
Oakland County Gets Ready To Roll Out 911 Text Message System"We want to have the latest and best technology that will allow us to help people when they call 911, or text 911..."
New Paramedics To Help Detroit Improve 911 Response TimeA year ago the average response time was 20 minutes. Duggan's office says it's now down to about 11 minutes.