A police chase across several cities ended after the suspect crashed through the front of a popular Oakland County restaurant.
The suspect, who was wearing a Halloween mask, walked into the store with his weapon drawn and started making demands.
While traveling to pick-up a loaf of bread, gallon of milk or the kids from recital practice, Michigan residents can now squeeze in a new insurance policy along the way.
The bankruptcy trustee for a failed solar panel manufacturer in Oakland County has sued three Chinese competitors for price-fixing and dumping below-cost solar panels into the United States market.
Wright named trustee of Lawrence Technological University: MaryAnn Wright, vice president of global engineering and product development for power solutions at Milwaukee-based Johnson Controls Inc., has been named to the board of trustees of 4,500-student […]
The Engineering Society of Detroit is looking for more participating middle schools, as well as volunteer mentors and judges for its 2014 Michigan Regional Future City Competition.
Innovation is a priority for 94 out of 100 business leaders, according to the Plante Moran 2013 innovation survey results. That is 15 points higher than last year and indicative of a trend that is validated by other research.
Nearly 100 inventors, entrepeneurs, and those who help them create jobs attended a symposium on intellectual property law Wednesday at Lawrence Technological University in Southfield.
The Michigan Film Office announced the project, Blue Goji Mobile Arcade Game, has been approved for a digital media incentive from the state. The mobile game is a follow-up to the Blue Goji interactive boxing game developed and produced by Pixo Entertainment in Southfield.
An informational meeting about the Global Robotics Art Festival will be held on Saturday, Oct. 5 from 10 to 11 a.m., for students, coaches, teachers, and parents, in Room M218 of the Buell Management Building at Lawrence Technological University, 21000 W. 10 Mile Road in Southfield.