Farmington Hills Police Saves Man's Cat From Apartment FireBefore Christmas, Farmington Hills resident Scott Sinischo lost nearly everything in an apartment fire, even his two cats. Or so he thought.
Man Uses Cast On Arm To Get Into House And Save Neighbor From FireA man with a broken arm proved not all heroes wear capes. Sometimes they wear casts.
Supplies Drive Started To Help North Carolina Storm VictimsTwo businesses are launching an effort to send backpacks pre-filled with supplies from the Detroit area to people in North Carolina impacted by Hurricane Florence.
Dozens Rescued From Small Island Amid Lake Superior WavesAuthorities say they rescued dozens of people from a small island off of Michigan's Upper Peninsula after weather kicked up waves in Lake Superior.
Teens Rescued After Rafting Down A Storm DrainFirst responders say they received a call on July 17 claiming the boys had gotten stuck while rafting.
Dog's, Cats Removed From Filthy Michigan HomeOfficials say more than two dozen dogs and cats living in what's described as deplorable conditions have been removed from a home in Michigan's northwestern Lower Peninsula.
Bystanders Rescue Man From Burning CarA group heading to San Jose International Airport pulled a man from a burning car after it was hit by a truck on northbound Interstate 880 in Milpitas.
Some Lawmakers Say Some Police Ill-Equipped For OverdosesThe bill's sponsor says some rural police aren't properly equipped to rescue people undergoing heroin or prescription opioid overdoses.
Trip To Target Ends With Fire Department Rescue For 4-Year-OldAuthorities say they had to cut the basket from around the girl's hands before cutting the holes around her fingers with scissors.
New Hampshire Court Rules Michigan Hiker Must Pay Rescue BillEdward Bacon of Northville was on a five-day solo hike in September 2012 when he dislocated his hip and had to be carried for almost four miles over rough terrain in heavy rain.
Man's Detroit-Toronto Walk Ends On Frozen Lake St. Clair [Rescue Video]"He was in the beginning stages of hypothermia," Lt. Joshua Zike, commander of the cutter.