$2,000 Reward Offered In Case Of 5 Cats Found Beaten To Death"For somebody to be able to do something like this, it's just heinous and horrendous — it's just horrible."
Hazel Park Family Anxiously Awaits Word Of Missing BrotherA Hazel Park family is nervously awaiting the identification of a body found in Detroit this week.
Man Shot, Robbed By 'More Than One' Gunman Inside Hazel Park BarPolice are looking for multiple suspects who shot and robbed a man inside a Hazel Park bar.
Thieves Target 2 Oakland County Businesses In Brazen Smash-And-Grab RobberiesPolice are looking for a group of brazen thieves who stole ATMs from two businesses in Oakland County.
Car Fire Sparks Multi-Mile Traffic Jam On I-75A car fire has shut down multiple lanes on I-75 near Detroit, creating a multi-mile traffic backup.
State Wants Utilities To Discuss Potential Shutoff Changes After Man Froze To DeathThe Michigan Public Service Commission wants companies to submit ways to better reach elderly residents who are most at risk during a shutoff in extreme weather.
Consumers Energy Says It Followed Rules In Shutting Off Service To Home Where Man Froze To DeathAn investigation was ordered after the body of 69-year-old John Skelley was discovered in his Hazel Park home earlier this year.
Injured, Retired Racehorses Find New Life At CANTERRobbie Timmons began CANTER in the late 90's to help find new jobs for the thousands of retired racehorses threatened with slaughter.
Power Being Restored To Almost 15K DTE Customers After Widespread OutageThe power of some Ferndale, Royal Oak, Hazel Park, and Madison Heights residents is starting to come back on after an outage that affected as many as 15,000 customers.
Seeking Funds For Facility, Hazel Park Man Runs Animal Rescue Through His HomeBarry Duchene opened a no-kill animal rescue named New Directions in Hazel Park, which he is running out of his home because he is unable to afford a building to house animals in.
Communities Juggle State Marijuana Laws With Recent Local DecriminalizationTo date, eleven communities across the state have attempted decriminalization of small amounts of marijuana, and all eleven have succeeded.
Police Threaten Garbage Pickers With Tickets, Arrests After FloodsWhat's more attractive than finding a bargain that's soaked in raw sewage?