It was a soldiers send off party in Berkley for the 645th Regional Support group out of Southfield getting ready to deploy to Afghanistan.
Police are still trying to identify a man who died after his car burst into flames at 12 Mile Road and Greenfield in Berkley.
Investigators are working with Michigan State Police to piece together exactly what happened.
The Defense Department has positively identified the remains of 23 year-old 1st Lt. Richard T. Heuss of Berkley. He was part of a crew of 11 whose plane crashed in New Guinea November 7, 1943.
Berkley officials have launched an investigation into a police officer’s personal Facebook page that included pictures of officers’ faces pasted on bodies of scantily clad men.
Berkley-based TeamHypernet has launched TeamSearchEngine.com to help take the mystery out of search engine optimization and share how they help their clients’ leverage proven SEO strategies to gain and maintain a competitive edge.
A lockdown at Berkley schools Thursday came to a peaceful ending.
Billed as the world’s largest one-day automotive event, the Woodward Dream Cruise drawing 1.5 million people and 40,000 classic cars each year from around the globe. Get event information HERE.
[photogallerylink id=21726 align=left]An off and on rain was no match for classic “Detroit Iron” as thousands brought out their GTO’s, Mustangs and Barracudas for the 16th annual Woodward Dream Cruise. While crowds traditionally peak around […]
It’s the most fun you’ll ever have in a traffic jam. While the Woodward Dream Cruise doesn’t officially start until Saturday, automotive enthusiasts, along with some annoyed neighbors, know that the classic cars lovers are […]