Livonia police have stepped up patrols near schools after two reported incidents of “stranger danger” in the past week.
A judge says jurors can see photos from the autopsy of a Detroit-area soccer referee who died after a player punched him in the head.
One Toys R’ Us worker said that the hot items this year are anything related to Disney’s Frozen, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Xbox and Playstation.
The cause of the fire is still under investigation but it appears that a grease fire in one of the units may have been at the center of the incident.
A judge has denied a request to downgrade a murder charge against a man who killed a soccer ref with a single punch.
“She just shows how much loves she has for the sport, and if you put your mind and heart into playing that you can do well and succeed in what you want to accomplish.”
Tewana Sullivan, 50, is charged with first-degree murder in the killing of 66-year-old Cheryl Livy.
City officials said that crews will perform repairs on valves Saturday evening until 6 a.m. Sunday morning. Residents and businesses in the area west of Farmington Road could see discolored water flowing out of their taps.
A cash reward is being offered for the tipster who can identify a man wanted for an assault at a Livonia Walmart.
Police were forced to close the northbound lanes of I-275 in Livonia after one person was killed in an accident.