A 33-year-old Michigan man is charged with making a false report or threat of terrorism after authorities say he threatened to contaminate the water supply and kill judges.
Gov. Rick Snyder signed a budget bill this month that includes money to develop and run the OK-2-SAY hotline, which would provide for anonymous reporting of threats and violence.
An ex-con is back behind bars after allegedly threatening some Macomb County kids.
Warren Mayor Jim Fouts is the focus of a state police investigation.
TechTown announced it has expanded its SWOT City program to Detroit’s East Jefferson commercial corridor through a new engagement with the Jefferson East Business Association. SWOT City works to strengthen Detroit’s small business districts by offering acceleration services through partnerships with local community or economic development organizations.
From the streets to cyberspace, 21st century gangs are taking their arguments to the Internet.
A legally credentialed poll watcher said he was threatened and intimidated while attempting to perform his legally allowed duties of observing the election process at a polling location in Detroit.
A woman says threats and slurs were written throughout the suburban Detroit home she shared with her same-sex partner that was destroyed by arson.
A Detroit City Council member says she is the target of death threats, following the approval of a consent agreement that’s now in place with the state — and she says she’s not alone.
A black student accused of writing graffiti threatening black students at his affluent suburban Detroit high school has received probation after a deal with prosecutors.