Michigan Congresswoman Tlaib Says She Won't Visit Israel After Being AllowedRep. Rashida Tlaib said Friday she would not visit Israel after the country granted permission for her to enter the country on humanitarian grounds
Woman Calls Police On Black Man For Looking At Her 'Suspiciously'Royal Oak police have apologized for the way their officers handled the situation.
17-Year-Old Accused Of Shooting 10-Year-Old Girl With BB GunDetroit police arrested a man on Thursday, Aug. 8 over a BB gun shooting that day, according to a release from the department.
Ford Recalls Over 100K Vehicles For Seat Belt AssemblyFord has released a safety recall for some 2015 Ford Fusions and 2015 Lincoln MKZ models.
Michigan OKs $1.3M Compensation For Man Exonerated Of MurderA Michigan man exonerated in the 1985 arson-related slayings of his wife and young daughters will receive $1.3 million from the state.
UAW-Ford Members In Detroit To Participate In Dream CruiseActive and retired UAW-Ford members are scheduled to participate in an annual car show along Woodward Avenue in Detroit.
Israel Will Allow Rep. Rashida Tlaib To Enter Country For Humanitarian VisitIsrael has granted permission for Democratic Rep. Rashida Tlaib to enter the country on humanitarian grounds to visit her family in the West Bank a day after blocking her and fellow Rep. Ilhan Omar from visiting the country.
AG Nessel Joins Colleagues In Opposing Rule Restricting Asylum AccessMichigan Attorney General Dana Nessel joined 21 other Attorneys General Thursday in opposing the Trump Administration’s attempt – via an interim final rule – to illegally limit access to the asylum process. Under the rule, individuals entering the United States at the southern border, except in limited circumstances, are no longer able to seek asylum unless they applied for and were denied protection in at least one country they traveled through before arriving in the United States.
Back-To-School Bus Safety: What To Do When Stop Arm Is Extended2018 stands as a deadly reminder of the importance of obeying laws requiring motorists to stop when a school bus stop arm is extended.
Cyberbullying In Dearborn Carries $500 Fine, 3 Months In JailThe city of Dearborn isn't taking cyberbullying lightly. The state of Michigan made cyberbullying a crime earlier this year.
Detroit Police Team With Americorp And Cease Fire Outreach For Peaceful MarchThe Detroit Police Department Fourth Precinct teamed up with Americorp and Cease Fire Outreach to do a peaceful march in the community Wednesday.
Teens Water-Skied 62 Miles From Wisconsin To MichiganMost teens dream of doing something absolutely epic before going off to college. Madelyn Hendrikse and Braden Dirkse made that dream a reality by water-skiing across Lake Michigan.
Governor Whitmer Names Executive Director For The Office Of Global Michigan
Israel Bars Entry To Outspoken US Congresswomen Tlaib And OmarIsrael said Thursday that it will bar two Democratic congresswomen from entering the country ahead of a planned visit over their support for a Palestinian-led boycott movement
Governor Whitmer Orders Flags Lowered Friday For Fallen FirefighterGovernor Gretchen Whitmer has ordered U.S. and Michigan flags lowered to half-staff on Friday, Aug. 16 to honor the service of fallen volunteer firefighter Norman Edward Klenow, which will coincide with his military funeral.