Land Transfer Deal For New International Border Bridge ApprovedThe state has approved Detroit's transfer of 301 city-owned properties to a Michigan land bank authority in exchange for $1.4M from the Canadian as part of plans for a new border crossing.
Possible Land Deal For New US-Canada Bridge DelayedA special Detroit City Council session has been scheduled Monday...
Marygrove College President Conditionally Offers To Shelter, Educate Children Fleeing Central America... denying refugee status to these women and children is diminishing their humanity.
Feds Warn Public About Rules On Cash At BorderThe government says it has seized more than $5 million since October at Michigan border entries, up 24 percent compared to the same period a year ago.
Hazardous Materials Ban On Bridge Could Be LiftedThe Michigan Department of Transportation has recommended lifting a ban on trucking hazardous materials across the Ambassador Bridge that connects the U.S. and Canada.
Charlie Langton: Are People Getting Violated At Our Border Crossing?Each woman has a similar story to tell about being violated by agents at the Detroit-Windsor border.
Congresswoman Calls For Crackdown On Visa AbusersMichigan Congresswoman Candice Miller says the government needs to take a closer look at U.S. visitors who overstay their visas, becoming illegal aliens.
Canadian Official: Bridge Loan Still On The TableGov. Rick Snyder's plan for a second bridge to Canada is dead in Lansing, at least for now. But the stall has left some Canadians scratching their heads.
Computers Back Online At Border CrossingsAfter a nation-wide computer outage brought border crossing operations to a stand-still, U.S. Customs and Border Protection confirmed the problem has been solved.
Agents Recover 280 Grams Of Marijuana At Detroit-Windsor TunnelBorder Protection Officers say it was a "strong odor" that led to the search of Madison Heights mans car - and to the discovery of 280 grams of marijuana at the Detroit-Windsor Tunnel.
Police: Waitress Stole Credit Info From 57 CustomersAuthorities say a Detroit-area waitress created dozens of credit cards with information stolen from restaurant customers.
US To Investigate Muslim Group's Border ComplaintsThe U.S. Department of Homeland Security will investigate a Muslim rights advocacy group's complaints that border agents have harassed dozens of U.S. Muslims who were returning from Canada.