T5 Robotic Rover: The High-Tech Crime FighterBuilt to go into areas too risky for first responders, the T5 has already been put into use by the Western - Wayne County SWAT team.
Wayne County Dedicates First Responders MemorialA seven-panel, black wall bears the names of 401 fallen first responders, most of them from Detroit.
Petition Seeks Free Cable For Detroit FirefightersA 22-year-old Detroiter is fighting for free cable service for first responders.
Red And Blue Line Church Service Honors First Responders The historic Trinity Lutheran Church in downtown Detroit has been holding its Red and Blue Line service in honor of first responders for 20 years.
Students, First Responders, Others Remember 9/11On the 12th anniversary of the twin tower terrorist attacks, people all across metro Detroit are talking about their memories and the impact of that terrible day.
Wayne County Breaks Ground On First Responders MemorialIt's something new to honor the local men and women that put their lives on the line every day.
Michigan Security "Light Years Ahead Of 9-11" Governor Rick Snyder believes Michigan's emergency responders are well-prepared, but you never take it for granted.
Monument Will Honor Wayne County First RespondersThe 1.5 acre memorial will be funded by a parks millage.
Michigan First Responders Lending Hand In New York In Wake Of Sandy A group of local first responders is in the New York area assisting in Sandy's aftermath. Greg Beauchemin is the President of Community EMS in Southfield.
First Responders Get Free Detroit Zoo Admission Sept. 11To commemorate the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, Michigan first responders – police officers, fire fighters and emergency medical technicians – and a guest will receive free admission to the Detroit Zoo on Sunday, Sept. 11.
Detroit First Responders Get Electric Vehicle Safety TrainingFirefighters in Detroit, where the Chevrolet Volt extended-range electric vehicle is built, are learning how to deal with emergency situations involving electric vehicles. It is the final stop on a nationwide tour where more than 1,600 fire and emergency service leaders have been trained.
New Basic First Responder System From Ann Arbor's ERT