A broad daylight shooting right next to a busy freeway in northwest Detroit leaves two people dead.
An overturned vehicle is causing a unique traffic problem on the Southfield Freeway Thursday morning.
The Michigan Department of Transportation is reminding motorists that a continuous left-lane closure on eastbound and westbound I-94 near M-39 (Southfield Freeway) will start Saturday, June 23.
A 26-year-old Detroit man has been charged Sunday for allegedly firing three shots at an undercover Wayne County Sheriff’s deputy on the city’s east side.
The driver was getting out of his van to help a stranded motorist when he was hit by another vehicle passing by.
After being shutdown for more than a day, the northbound and southbound lanes of the Southfield Freeway, M-39, reopened Wednesday night.
The Southfield Freeway is back up and running. This will be the first week day it’s open since a major reconstruction project that got underway in May.
Good news if you take the Southfield Freeway. Along with its imminent reopening, commuters will have more room to move very soon.
The Southfield Freeway is expected to reopen to traffic a couple of weeks ahead of schedule; mid-October instead of the end of the month, closer to Halloween.
If you think taking the service drives through the Southfield Freeway construction zone is challenging, try living there. WWJ’s Ron Dewey spoke to some of those residents on Detroit’s west side.