Syrian Refugees In Hamtramck Describe Terrifying Experiences, Extensive Screenings"I'm thankful for this great country that is the county of human rights, to allow us to have new lives here."
Gov. Snyder Says 'Full Review' Of Refugees Following Paris Attacks Is 'Common Sense'"Isn't it common sense you just pause and say, 'Let's make sure we're looking at what happened in Paris, what happened in Lebanon and can we learn from that,'" said Snyder.
Experts Say States Lack Legal Authority To Block RefugeesThe Homeland Security Department says refugees face the highest level of security screening...
Michigan Governor Halts Acceptance Of Refugees After Paris AttacksSnyder said that Michigan is "proud of our rich history of immigration" but that Michigan's "first priority is protecting the safety of our residents."
Highland Park Mayor: Help Struggling Americans Before Syrian Refugees"We're not at war, but there is a war going on in our city," DeAndre Windom said.
Metro Detroit Welcomes Syrian, Iraqi Refugees"She said: We lost our houses; we lost everything we owned there..."
Gov. Snyder Wants More Syrian Refugees, 'Would Love To See' Michigan's Middle Eastern Population Grow"The governor thinks it's an economic plus," reported WWJ Lansing Bureau Chief Tim Skubick.
Michigan Could See Influx Of Syrian Refugees As US Makes PlansThe Detroit, Dearborn and Warren areas are home to several thousand Syrian immigrants -- the fourth-largest population in the U.S.
Stanford Professor: Let Refugees From War-Torn Syria Settle In Detroit"Suppose these two social and humanitarian disasters were conjoined to produce something positive," David Laitin says.
Iraqi Refugee In Michigan Accused Of Lying About Connections To ISISA complaint says Al-Hamzah Mohammad Jawad told FBI agents he was connected with violent extremists in Iraq but later admitted he made it up.
Marygrove College Offers Help To Child Immigrants, If Obama Acts First A local college is willing to use school resources to help child immigrants from Central America.
Metro Detroit Reacts To Plan To Transport Controversial Immigrants To Saginaw Area"Why are they thinking of housing them there? ... I appreciate the plight of the Central Americans, but we are a nation of laws and we have to try to obey those laws otherwise we degenerate into chaos," one man in the area told WWJ's Mike Campbell for an on-air report.