A 115-year-old Detroit-area woman is listed as the world’s oldest living person following the death of a 116-year-old Arkansas woman.
After seeing the video of white Inkster police officers beating a black man during a January traffic stop, a Michigan Congressman is calling for a U.S. Justice Department investigation.
An Inkster man is lucky to be alive after he was shot during an apparent robbery attempt outside of his home.
A rally calling for justice after a black motorist seen on a dash-cam video being beaten by Inkster police.
In the video, an officer repeatedly punches Dent in the head while another tries to handcuff him. When back up arrives, another officer brings out the Taser.
The front of the house was completely engulfed in fire.
“The idea was to kill my baby and make me suffer before he killed me,” the girl’s father told the court.
The women haven’t yet been identified, but police said they did not live in the home where their bodies were found.
Gov. Rick Snyder has awarded $8 million to eleven communities to fund improvement projects, including water system and street lighting enhancements and technology upgrades.
Inkster District Judge Sylvia James was accused of turning a community service fund into her own private foundation.