Gov. Rick Snyder has awarded $8 million to eleven communities to fund improvement projects, including water system and street lighting enhancements and technology upgrades.
Dearborn and Melvindale firefighters are taking to the street corners Tuesday through June 9th, asking residents to “Fill the Boot” for a good cause.
More than 5,000 young drivers between 15 and 20 are killed in car crashes each year in the U.S. Learn more about a program designed to reduce those numbers.
Marathon Petroleum officials appeared before Detroit City Council’s Public Health and Safety Committee Monday to answer questions regarding the recent fire at the downriver oil refinery.
The incident forced many residents in the area to evacuate their homes.
A Detroit police officer who’s served on the force for more than a decade has been accused of orchestrating a series of robberies in southeast Michigan.
Fire officials say one person is unaccounted for after fire broke out at a home Downriver early Tuesday morning.
A program to prevent high school dropouts is getting a boost by way of a $300,000 check from AT&T.
A Melvindale mother says her 11-year-old son felt degraded by a social studies assignment that asked him to pretend to be a slave.
A biracial mother in the Detroit area says her son was given a writing assignment that required him to pretend he’s a slave.