Grosse Pointe Woods
Artist Or Outlaw? City Wants Street Artist Shepard Fairey Back In Detroit To Face Charges For Tagging
Is there a fine line between artist and outlaw when it comes to street art?
The anonymous threat said a bomb will detonate Thursday morning at the school — specifically at 10 a.m.
Police departments across Metro Detroit are establishing “Safe Havens” for those looking to complete transactions from online marketplaces.
More details are starting to emerge in the case of a local ER doctor who was allegedly stabbed by multiple assailants at his Grosse Pointe Woods home.
An investigation is underway after a local doctor was stabbed at his home in Grosse Pointe Woods.
Police say the man entered a Charter One on Mack Ave. and Bournemouth at around 5:30 p.m. on Friday. It is unclear if the man had a weapon as he handed a teller a note demanding cash.
The body of Leland Rumph was removed from the trench two days after he was killed while digging a sewer line.
Additional work to support the walls of the collapsed trench are needed before the construction worker can be recovered.
Crews in Grosse Pointe Woods were still working to recover the body of a construction company owner a day after he was buried in a trench collapse.
Leland Rumph was digging a 20-foot deep sewer line for a new home when the earth around him collapsed.