Driver Suspected In Fatal Hit-And-Run Crash Released From CustodyA 19-year-old Macomb Township man involved in a deadly hit and run accident has been released from the Oakland County Jail.
Suspect In Custody In Connection With Fatal Hit-And-Run In Oxford TownshipAccording to police the Macomb Township man was driving on Drahner Road Monday night when he struck 26-year-old Jordyn Brooke Puckett.
Pedestrian Killed By Hit-And-Run Driver In Northern Oakland CountyPolice say evidence at the crash scene suggests the accident took place several hours before the woman's body was found by a newspaper delivery driver.
Police: Motorcyclist Killed In Crash Was In Wrong Place At Wrong TimePolice say a motorcyclist was killed when a vehicle involved in a crash nearby veered into his bike.
Oakland County Woman Accused Of Killing Son, Infant Granddaughter Found Unfit For TrialSylvia Majewska is charged with first-degree murder in the Nov. 23 killings at her home in Oakland County.
65-Year-Old Woman Charged In Killing Of Son, Infant Grandchild To Get Mental ExamSylvia Majewska of Addison Township faces first-degree murder charges in the Nov. 23 killings.
Oxford Township, Village Are Now 'One Stop Ready'When it comes to attracting and promoting economic development, Oxford -- village and township -- is officially ready to work with businesses, developers and entrepreneurs.
Declining Enrollment May Spell Doom For Districts Swift declines in school enrollment across the Detroit area are driving school districts into debt and forcing administrators to make cuts to avoid greater financial disaster - or a state takeover.
Wireless Oakland Initiative Rebooted In Oxford TownshipOxford Township’s historic downtown now offers free wireless Internet service to all those who visit the area, be it for business or pleasure.
Vandals Attack Oxford Township Trucking CompanyAn Oakland County trucking company will be out of business for at least a week after vandals attacked the company's trucks and damaged its offices.
'NO Haz' Household Waste Collections Coming