MSP: Charges Pending For 22-Year-Old Dearborn Suspect In Connection With Police Seizing Drugs, Over $6K In DearbornA 22-year-old Dearborn suspect is in police custody pending prosecutor review for a multitude of felony charges according to the Michigan State Police Metro Narcotics Enforcement Team who conducted a search warrant in the east end of Dearborn recovering over 4,500 pills including oxycodone, hydrocodone, benzodiazepine, amphetamine and a large amount of carasipradole.
Police Search For Individual Involved In Series Of Rochester Hills, Troy IncidentsThe Troy Police Department is working with the Oakland County Sheriff's Office to identify a prowler wanted in connection with a series of incidents in the Rochester Hills and Troy area.
University Of Michigan Will Host Presidential Debate In 2020University of Michigan President Mark Schlissel announced Friday the university will host the second general election U.S. presidential debate Oct. 15, 2020.
Better Made Teases Chocolate-Covered Potato ChipsWhat is Detroit's Better Made Brand up to for the upcoming season?
Fugitive Returned To Detroit To Face Kidnapping, Rape ChargeA 41-year-old man who had been on a federal "most wanted" has been returned to Michigan after his arrest in Mexico for the 2007 kidnapping and rape of a 10-year-old Detroit girl.
Zoo Boo At The Detroit Zoo: Here's What To Expect At The Family-Friendly EventJoin the Detroit Zoo as they open all 125 acres of the Detroit Zoo for Zoo Boo.
Here's A List Of Metro Detroit's Weekend ConstructionHere's a list of Metro Detroit's weekend construction from Oct. 11- 14. 
Proposed 'Pay As You Stay' Program Would Wipe Out All Penalties, Interest, Fees On Back Property TaxesWayne County Executive Warren C. Evans, Mayor Mike Duggan and Wayne County Treasurer Eric Sabree called on the state legislature to implement a sweeping new approach to assist tens of thousands of Detroiters and Wayne County residents who owe back property taxes avoid foreclosure. The plan builds on steps the City and County have already taken to reduce occupied home foreclosures by 94 percent since 2015.
Michigan Matters: TCF Center & Conventions, Oakland University's Imprint GrowsOn this week's Michigan Matters, Claude Molinari, General Manager of TCF Center, admits to having to remind himself of the facility’s new name each time he introduces himself to people.
Saving Lives By Putting On The B.R.A.K.E.S"Car Crashes Are Unfortunately The Number One Cause Of Death For Teenagers, So That's What We're Trying To Change Here."
Downtown Royal Oak Now Offers Free Handicap ParkingParking for disabled persons is now free in many areas in Downtown Royal Oak and it will last through February 2020.
Deal Reached To Treat 17-Year-Old Offenders As JuvenilesA deal has been reached by Michigan lawmakers to no longer automatically treat 17-year-old criminal defendants as adults.
We Run 313! Do You?Lance Woods And Joe Robinson Founded 'We Run 313', Where Hundreds Of Runners Gather In Detroit Each Week To Connect, Run And Build Relationships.
White House Confirms Death Of 2009 Detroit Christmas Day BombmakerThe White House confirmed in a statement Thursday the man who made the "underwear bomb" that was used in the failed Christmas Day 2009 attack is dead.
Michigan Probes Detroit-area Hospital's 7 Legionnaires CasesState health officials are investigating after seven people treated at a McLaren Macomb Hospital in Mount Clemens were diagnosed with Legionnaires' disease.