2 Schools To Reopen After Tests Find No Mercury In WaterTwo suburban Detroit schools will reopen Wednesday after being temporarily closed because a science experiment found high levels of mercury in a water sample.
Police: Rochester Hills Man Hospitalized, Struck By Car In Domestic DisputeExpected charges against the woman driving the car are pending.
Grosse Ile, Plymouth, Grosse Pointe Woods Top List Of 50 Safest Cities In MichiganWhen it comes to the safest cities to live in Michigan, a little island Downriver tops the list.
35-Year-Old Clawson Man Killed, Struck By Vehicle In RochesterThe 22-year old driver of the car involved didn't see him until it was too late.
Wine Lover's Guide To The Finger LakesA guide to the best wineries, restaurants and lodging in Finger Lakes, this year named one of the world's best wine travel destinations
Macomb County Boil Water Advisory May Continue Into MondayResidents of Shelby and Washington Townships --as well as Romeo -- must continue to boil water before drinking until samples test clean.
Shelby Township Issues Boil Water Advisory As Water Main Is RepairedThe township said that people who want to drink water should boil it first. The boil water alert will remain in place until water samples test clean.
Debbie Dingell Calls Out Madonna For Not Being Proud Of Being A 'Michigan Girl'Congresswoman Debbie Dingell took to Facebook Tuesday to defend Michigan after pop star Madonna took a second swipe at her home state.
Assault On Campus Puts Oakland University Students On AlertThe student said she was walking on the sidewalk last Thursday night when a man came up from behind her and punched her in the head.
St. Jude To Honor Former Detroit Lion At Charity EventThe event will look to celebrate and honor former Detroit Lion and seven-time Pro-Bowler, Charlie Sanders.
Michigan Earth Day Fest Returns To Downtown RochesterThe Michigan Earth Day Fest is taking over the streets of downtown Rochester April 25-27. The ninth annual event is one of the planet’s largest Earth Day celebrations. Organizers expect more than 50,000 to attend the free event.
OU Puts Zombie Studies On The Menu For April Fools' DayOakland University decided the time was right to offer the next generation of students first hand zombie survival skills.