95-Year-Old Marine Fights Burglar, Daughter Chases Him Through TownFred, a World War II veteran, says his dog started barking and alerted him to someone breaking in through a back door of the his house on Dec. 4.
Police: Missing Marine Died Of Self-Inflicted Gunshot On Michigan IslandBorder agents discovered footprints and tracked them to a remote cabin.
AWOL Michigan Marine Who Threatened To Kill Wife Turns Self InClenard Gee-Simmons, who was the subject of a nationwide manhunt, is back in custody.
WWII Marine's Remains ID'd, Burial Planned MondayAn 18-year-old Marine private from Detroit who was killed in heavy fighting on the Japanese island of Okinawa during World War II will be buried Monday at Fort Custer National Cemetery in Michigan.
Vigil Marks Man's 3rd Year Of Imprisonment In IranAmir Hekmati was arrested in August 2011 while visiting his grandmothers and sentenced to death for spying, but he later was convicted of "cooperating with hostile governments" and sentenced to 10 years in prison.
Iraq War Vet Faces Hearing, Charged With Murder In Neighbor's Death In Dispute Over DogCould post traumatic stress disorder have played a role in a dispute that led a Walled Lake man, and former U.S. Marine, to shoot and kill his neighbor?
Plans Pass Senate To Rename Post Office For Mich. Marine Anthony DiLisio Plans are moving forward to rename a metro Detroit post office in honor of a U.S. Marine from Michigan who died in 2010 while supporting combat operations in Afghanistan.
Art Aims To Draw Attention To Detained American Amir HekmatiAn art exhibition opening this week in Detroit aims to help build support for the release of a former U.S. Marine who is imprisoned in Iran on espionage charges.
Family Worries After Iran's President Says He's Unaware Of Imprisoned Ex-MarineThe sister of a former U.S. Marine imprisoned in Iran on espionage charges says she's worried and shocked that Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says he's not familiar with her brother's case.
Family Pleads With Iran To Free Jailed Ex-MarineThe family of Amir Hekmati, who was arrested while visiting his grandmothers in Iran in August 2011, held a news conference with the Council for Islamic-American Relations in which they appealed to Iran to release the ex-Marine.
Vigil Planned For Ex-Marine Held By IranThe family of Amir Hekmati says the 7 p.m. Tuesday vigil will take place Mott Community College in Flint.
US: Glad Ex-Marine Off Death Row, Still WorriedThe State Department says it's relieved that Iran's Supreme Court has overturned a death sentence against an Iranian-American ex-Marine but says U.S. officials "remain troubled" by his "lack of legal rights" and reports of his deteriorating health after a year behind bars.