High School Football Player Collapses, Dies During Summer WorkoutA high school freshman has died while working out for the upcoming football season.
GM Posts Solid $2.4B Second Quarter Earnings"Disciplined and relentless focus on improving our business performance led to a strong quarter and very solid first half of they year," said GM CEO Mary Barra.
HAZMAT Crews Respond To Spill On Detroit's East SideOne employee said six fire trucks were on the scene at one point.
How To Skip The Line At Comerica Park: Scan Your FingerprintsThe days of waiting in line to get through security at Comerica Park are over.
Man Sentenced To Prison In Road Rage Beating DeathThe judge called it a "heinous and vicious attack."
Supporters, Foes Clash Over Underwater Oil Pipeline's FutureProtesters demanding the shutdown of Line 5 waved placards at passing cars before the Traverse City session, which drew more than 300 people to Northwestern Michigan College on the shore of Lake Michigan's Grand Traverse Bay.
Southfield Starts Bike-Share Program For Residents, VisitorsThe bike-share provider is Cambridge, Massachusetts-based Zagster. The company operates more than 160 bike-share programs in 35 states.
'Detroit' Receives 100% Early Rating From Rotten TomatoesSo far 14 people have reviewed the movie with all 14 considering it "fresh." The movie also has a 95 percent "Want To See" rating from more than 5,000 users.
Judge Issues Preliminary Injunction, Stops Deportation of IraqisJudge Mark Goldsmith heard arguments last Friday on the case that started when federal agents arrested the Iraqi nationals last month.
Jail Sentence Stopped For Man Convicted Of Jury TamperingKeith Wood was sentenced to eight weekends in jail last week in Mecosta County. But Wood's lawyer says another judge stopped the sentence while he pursues an appeal.
Federal Judge Dismisses Pistons From Little Caesars Arena Funding CaseA judge disagreed saying their problem is more with the legislature than the teams or Olympia Entertainment.
Court: Charges OK If Drunken Driver Busted In Own DrivewayThe Michigan Supreme Court says a driveway is no refuge for a drunken driver.