Police: National Threat In Scope Touches Schools, Business In Metro DetroitNo person or organization has paid the ransom but police say there does seem to be a pattern.
Reports: 3 Dead In Woodhaven Following Domestic DisputeThe shooting happened Monday night at the Marsh Creek Village Apartments near Allen and Van Horn Roads.
DNR: Dozens Of Ducks Found Dead In Woodhaven Carried BotulismWeather and water levels are affecting wild birds in parts of Wayne County as well as up north.
Dozens Of Dead Birds, Ducks Discovered Along Creek In Wayne CountyOne resident said it was "traumatic" to see dead ducks in such a beautiful setting.
State Police: Critical Injuries In Downriver I-75 CrashSouthbound I-75 was closed at West Rd. — Exit 32, in Woodhaven —following the accident shortly before noon.
Woodhaven Apartments Catch Fire For Second Time In 5 MonthsThe American Red Cross is assisting several families who have been burned out of their apartments in Woodhaven for the second time in just five months.
Woman In Disabled Vehicle Killed In Crash On I-75 Downriver; Alcohol A Possible FactorThe accident happened just before 1 a.m. Thursday on southbound I-75 near Van Horn Road in Woodhaven.
Man Arrested After Driving 153 MPH On I-75 DownriverA young man who drove a little too fast and furious on a Downriver freeway could possibly wind up in jail.
Car Hits Stalled Train At 'Notorious' Woodhaven Railroad CrossingAuthorities say a car drove into a train that was "completely stopped" at a notorious railroad crossing in Woodhaven.
Overturned Semi-Truck Ties Up Traffic On I-75Woodhaven police say at least one person was seriously injured.
Downriver Residents Urged To Sign Petition To End Notorious Train TroublesThe city of Woodhaven has applied for a $15 million federal grant that could end one of Downriver's most notorious traffic snags: The frequent train delays that block Allen Road near Van Horn Road.
Sick of Train Troubles, Downriver Mayor Threatens To Post Governor's Phone NumberTraffic troubles caused by downriver train continue to leave commuters fed up and confused.