Tips, Technology Help Detectives ID Alleged Mt. Clemens Bank RobberAuthorities say help from the public and computer software led to the arrest of a Macomb County bank robber in Detroit.
Macomb County Man And Woman Jailed In Downtown Mt. Clemens MuggingThe male suspect pulled what looked like a gun from his jeans and said "give me your money."
Repo-Man Alleges Attack, Told To 'Drop The Car' At GunpointA bad situation gets worse as the owner of car being repo'd allegedly threatens repo-man with gun.
21-Year-Old Mt. Clemens Man Faces Felony Charges In Accidental ShootingA 21-year-old man is facing multiple charges after authorities say he accidentally shot an acquaintance in the back in a moving vehicle.
A Movie Buff's Guide to Detroit Film LocationsWe hear a lot about movies being filmed here, but have you ever wondered exactly where your favorite movies were created? Detroit Proud created a guide to some of our favorite movies that have been filmed locally!
'We're Worried' Hackel Says, With Clinton River At Record-High Level And Rising"We are concerned and we're going to be monitoring it," said the Macomb County Exec.
Authorities Say Bank Robber Immediately Bought Car With Stolen CashA 18-year-old Washington Township man is behind bars in connection with a robbery in Mt. Clemens last week.
Three-Alarm Fire Destroys Commercial Bldg. In Downtown Mt. ClemensThe building held at least three businesses, including a baseball training center and a fitness center.
Police: Alcohol A Factor In Fatal Mt. Clemens Accident, Charges ExpectedWitnesses have told police that the driver of a conversion van ran a red light on Groesbeck at Cass on Saturday night before slamming into a PT Cruiser.
New Years Eve In 'Never Never Land' Is Back!The 4th annual Downtown Mt. Clemens New Years Eve party kicks off Tuesday afternoon ...
Macomb County Establishes Michigan’s Largest PACE Financing DistrictThe Macomb County Board of Commissioners passed a groundbreaking resolution creating the largest Property Assessed Clean Energy District in Michigan.
DTE Energy Expands Electrical System Upgrade WorkDTE Energy says it will spend an extra $50 million this year -- on top of its usual $600 million a year budget -- to maintain and upgrade the electrical system in the Detroit area.