More than 3,100 criminal aliens, immigration fugitives and violators are arrested as part of a six-day national “Cross Check” operation.
A storm is bringing a mix of rain and sleet to Michigan, leaving hazardous driving conditions in its wake.
Motorists could be in for an icy, dicey morning commute with a Winter Weather Advisory in effect from 3 a.m. to 9 a.m. Wednesday.
While many Michiganders are enjoying the warmer weather, it’s weakening ice patches around the area, making walking on ice even more unsafe than usual.
The backroads of northern Oakland County are like skating rinks today, making a tricky drive for people in outlying areas.
With winter finally sweeping into Metro Detroit, Consumers Energy is reminding homeowners to keep safety in mind by making sure their natural gas meters and gas appliance fresh air intakes and exhaust pipes are free of snow and ice.
No matter how many years of driving experience you have under your belt, winter weather never fails to present a wide variety of challenges.
Immigration agents say they’ve arrested 2,901 illegal immigrants suspected of crimes, with 58 of them here in Michigan.
An immigrants rights group in Detroit is stepping up its’ campaign against “ICE,” the federal immigration enforcement agency which is accused of violating its own enforcement policies.
The National Weather Service says Southeast Michigan could be in for an icy drive-time commute.