Farmington Hills Police, Fire Department Participate In Toys For Tots DriveThe Farmington Hills Police and Fire Departments are participating in a local Toys for Tots campaign again this year.
Annual 'Menorah In The D' Event Kicks Off In Metro DetroitTo mark the Jewish holiday, Hanukkah, a giant Menorah was lit in downtown Detroit.
Organizations Hosting Turkey Giveaways In Metro Detroit This WeekendIf you haven't grabbed a turkey for Thanksgiving, you have another chance this weekend.
Here's A List Of Weekend Construction In Metro DetroitThe Michigan Department of Transportation released a list of road work happening in Metro Detroit.
Early Prison Release Reversed For Roger Sweet, Metro Detroit Man Convicted Of Murder, RapeA decision to release a Michigan man from prison because of COVID-19 fears was overturned on Nov. 18 by a federal appeals court, which pointed to his “long history of violence” against women and abuse of children.
Journalist Danny Fenster Returns Home To Metro Detroit After Myanmar OrdealDanny Fenster, who was freed after nearly six months in jail in military-ruled Myanmar, said he feels “incredibly fortunate" to be back home in suburban Detroit after his uncertain time behind bars.
MDOT: Here's A List Of Weekend Construction In Metro DetroitThe Michigan Department of Transportation released a list of weekend construction happening in Metro Detroit this weekend. 
Metro Detroit Native, Journalist Danny Fenster Sentenced To 11 Years In Prison In MyanmarA military court in Myanmar has sentenced American journalist Danny Fenster to 11 years in prison, his lawyer said on Friday, Nov. 12.
Metro Detroit Communities Celebrate Veteran's Day With Ceremonies, ParadesMetro Detroit communities on Thursday found different ways celebrate the men and women who served in the armed forces.
Beaumont Warns Metro Detroit Is In 'Fourth COVID-19 Surge'Beaumont Health officials warn that Metro Detroit is experiencing another surge in COVID-19 cases as the health system says they have about 400 COVID-19 patients across its hospitals.
Another UAW Official Charged With Looting Union CoffersAn official at a suburban Detroit branch of the United Auto Workers took $2 million from the union and spent it on cars, guns, luxury clothing, and gambling, federal investigators said Nov. 10.