Harbaugh Adds Maurice Linguist, George Helow To Michigan's Defensive StaffHarbaugh announced the additions Wednesday night, adding that defensive line coach Shaun Nua has agreed on a contract extension and confirming Brian Jean-Mary will return to coach linebackers.
Man Arraigned In Connection With Murder Aboard Vessel In Port HuronReginald Grasty was arraigned Wednesday on open murder and disinterment/mutilation of a corpse charges. He was jailed on a $750,000 bond, according to Port Huron police.
U.S. Vehicles Gas Mileage Down, Emissions Up For First Time In 5 YearsThe mileage increase comes as Americans continue to buy SUVs and trucks, and shift away from more efficient vehicles.
Pandemic-Era Mardi Gras: No Extravagant Balls And Parades, Still Plenty Of CakeThe Mardi Gras season always starts on Jan. 6 and ends on Fat Tuesday, which this year falls on Feb. 16.
Wayne Brady, Adam Lambert Starring In 'Ratatouille' MusicalTickets are on sale exclusively on TodayTix.com and are $5. Proceeds will benefit The Actors Fund, which aids entertainment industry workers.
Drunk Woman Slips Handcuffs, Steals And Wrecks Police CruiserThe sheriff's office said she drove off in the cruiser but struck a utility pole and several trees. She was caught after trying to run away. She was jailed on numerous charges.
Leslie West, Guitarist For Rock Band Mountain, Has Died At 75His spokesman Steve Karas said West died Wednesday in Palm Coast, Florida. Karas said West died from cardiac arrest after being rushed to the hospital.
Master Bluegrass Guitarist Tony Rice Dies At 69Rice died Friday at his home in Reidsville, North Carolina, according to International Bluegrass Music Association spokesperson Casey Campbell, who did not immediately provide additional details.
New Trial Date Set For R Kelly's Federal Child Pornography Trial In ChicagoThe 53-year-old R&B star has been behind bars since his arrest in July 2019 and two trial dates, for April and then October this year, were earlier struck.
Air Force-Navy Football Game To Be Played On 9/11 Next Year"We will use this nationally televised opportunity to reflect on the meaning of our freedom and the competitive spirit of our nation," Navy athletic director Chet Gladchuk said in a statement.
Flint Joins $641M Deal To Settle Lawsuits Over Lead-Tainted WaterThe city's insurer would kick in $20 million as part of a sweeping deal to settle lawsuits against Flint, the state of Michigan and other parties.
Kalamazoo Official Apologizes Over Handling Of Public Safety Chief's ExitCity Manager Jim Ritsema said disclosures of Karianne Thomas' departure in September didn't tell the whole story.
Grammy Winning Country Singer K.T. Oslin Dies At 78Oslin became one of Nashville's most intriguing personalities, launching a country music career in her mid-40s and writing songs from a strong woman's perspective.
Warner Bros 'Wonder Woman 1984' Snags $38.5 Million In Overseas MarketsMost of the earnings came from Chinese theaters, where it earned an estimated $18.8 million. It wasn't enough to take first place in the country, however — that honor went to a local release.
Lansing-Area Foundation Donating Toys In Honor Of Officer Who DiedSgt. Bill Darnell died in November at a time when COVID-19 was having a major impact on the community of DeWitt Township, north of Lansing.