Police: Officer Involved In Crash Near EastpointePolice say that an officer was involved in a crash in Eastpointe on Thursday night.
Civil Rights Group Issues 'Travel Warning To Black Americans': Stay Out Of Eastpointe, It's Too Dangerous For YouCivil rights activists are meeting with the police chief of Eastpointe after they issued a travel warning against the city for being too dangerous for blacks.
Black Man Allegedly Strapped To Chair, Beaten Unconscious By Eastpointe Police Sues DepartmentThe incident was caught on video.
Gun-Toting Woman, Teen Girl Sought In Dollar Store Robbery [PHOTOS]"Because that's kind of rare and it seems to be more of a violence crime we thought that was quite strange..."
Assailant Shot By 91-Year-Old Would-Be Victim Charged In Attack"This is a textbook case for why concealed pistol licenses are issued in the first place," said Macomb County Prosecutor Eric Smith.
Eastpointe Gears Up For 'Cruisin' Gratiot' Event This SaturdayAs many as 200,000 people are expected to line Gratiot's curb and median with lawn chairs and blankets this Saturday.
Woman Who Left Newborn To Die In Cold Garage Gets Mandatory Life In PrisonProsecutors say Angela Alexie, who has three other children in foster care, chose a cowardly way of getting rid of the child.
Woman Whose Baby Died In Garage Convicted Of MurderA jury in Macomb County deliberated for less than two hours Friday before announcing a verdict against 25-year-old Angela Alexie, who faces life in prison with no parole.
Eastpointe Man Gets Life Without Parole For Slaying Of Wife, 2 KidsTimothy Fradeneck pleaded guilty, admitting he strangled all three in their home.
Man Faces Jail After Not Informing Live-In Girlfriend Of HIV StatusAn HIV-positive man is facing jail time after admitting to having sex with his girlfriend without informing her about his status.
House Fire In Eastpointe Claims A LifeInvestigators are trying to determine what caused a house fire in Eastpointe that claimed one person's life.
Judge Dismisses Charge In Eastpointe Student's Pool DeathJudge James Maceroni that Johnathan Sails' conduct doesn't rise to criminal culpability,