A Birmingham Seaholm High student has been charged with making racial threats, and ordered to remain at home until his next court date.
A man who taunted police with a posting of “Catch me if you can” on MySpace four years ago has pleaded guilty to two felonies in Macomb County.
“I just thought this was the most contradictory thing in the world,” says a male student at the school.
There is a beefed up police presence at Port Huron Northern High School, the result of a ‘hit-list’ found written on the bathroom wall last week.
Troy Police say Anthony Robinson from Detroit allegedly called Hamilton Elementary School back in September claiming that he was armed and dangerous and had a girl hidden upstairs in the bathroom.
Violinist Sarah Chang canceled a Monday recital at Detroit’s Orchestra Hall, citing criticism and intimidating e-mail she said she received by being “unwillingly drawn into” a strike by Detroit musicians.
The Obama administration is considering a broad warning for U.S. citizens to avoid public places in Europe due to new al-Qaida threats, U.S. and European officials told The Associated Press on Saturday.
A North Farmington High School student is facing a juvenile probation hearing after a gun was found in his backpack.
Federal authorities have charged a Hillsdale County man with illegally possessing ammunition, a few weeks after interviewing him to determine if he posed a threat to President Barack Obama.
Police in Eastpointe are working to find out whether arson is behind a Thursday night fire on Sprenger Street — the same street where residents this week received a series of racially threatening letters.