With the Fourth of July right around the corner, communities across Metro Detroit are celebrating with their own fireworks displays.
After state lawmakers legalized louder, more powerful fireworks in 2011, they began hearing from residents and local officials upset about noise and safety issues.
Security is being upgraded for an annual fireworks display in downtown Detroit.
Start the summer off with a bang at Kensington Metropark, which is hosting a “jaw-dropping” fireworks show on Saturday, June 15.
A local government could impose a maximum fine of $500 for each violation.
The Michigan House has given the thumbs up to a bill that would allow local governments to put some limits on fireworks.
Downtown Mount Clemens will host a New Year’s Eve Gala that will feature plenty of activities for the whole family.
St. Clair Shores is sending a message to the state legislature and Governor: Repeal the state’s new fireworks law.
Local police say there was not a big increase in injuries this year, despite Michigan’s new fireworks law.
Police say a woman has died after an apparently stray bullet hit her in the head before the Michigan capital’s Fourth of July fireworks show.