Monday night, Skyzone in Canton is throwing open the doors to children with autism and similar disorders for it’s first ever “No Sensory Night.”
A Detroit police officer who’s served on the force for more than a decade has been accused of orchestrating a series of robberies in southeast Michigan.
A Michigan computer company and its owner were sentenced this week for trafficking in counterfeit goods and services and violating environmental laws.
A 41-year-old Ypsilanti woman is dead following an early-morning accident Sunday.
A Detroit-area man can be charged with drunken driving even though the police officer stopped the vehicle only after mistakenly believing the license plate didn’t match the pickup truck, the Michigan appeals court said Friday.
A three-team alliance of Lightning Robotics, Team 862 of Canton; More Martians, Team 70 of Goodrich; and Foley Freeze, Team 910 of Madison Heights won the Kettering University FIRST Robotics District Competition in Flint on Saturday, March 2.
From empty nest to full hearts. In 2007, Patricia Swanson of Canton had all of her kids out of her house and was looking for a way to give back – her daughter-in-law Lisa says that’s how Chicks for Charities started.
Police in Canton are investigating reports of sharp metal objects being found in food left on the ground for pets to find.
Swift declines in school enrollment across the Detroit area are driving school districts into debt and forcing administrators to make cuts to avoid greater financial disaster – or a state takeover.
On Sunday, November 11th, veterans and active military members can enjoy a free meal in honor of Veterans Day.
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