Federal judge shot in Detroit
7 Action News has learned that a US District Court Judge has been rushed to the hospital after being shot on…
FORECAST: Arctic air remains in place
7 Sports Morning Dish: March 6
Tournament hoops, a highly-anticipated return and a beautiful statue - in today's Dish.
MSU says Dawson questionable for finale
Michigan State says senior Branden Dawson is questionable for Saturday's regular-season finale at Indiana.
Tigers lose to Atlanta, Simon solid in debut
The Detroit Tigers lost their first game of the Grapefruit League season to the Atlanta Braves 6-4 in Lakeland.
Announcer Craig Sager returns to NBA sideline
Announcer Craig Sager is returning to his familiar spot on the NBA sideline after being treated for leukemia.
Mets' Harvey starts Friday against Tigers
It's hard to know which opponent will be more challenging for Matt Harvey on Friday — the Detroit Tigers or his own competitive nature.
Plane skids off runway at LaGuardia Airport
A plane from Atlanta skidded off a runway at LaGuardia Airport while landing Thursday, crashing through a chain-link fence and apparently…
Mistreated puppy now in rescue group's care
A mistreated puppy that was found chained outside in the freezing cold, is now in the care of an animal rescue group.
Two guilty in murder of 2-year-old Inkster girl
Two men have been found guilty of murdering a 2-year-old girl. Raphael Hearn and Raymone Jackson were accused of killing…
VIDEO: Man builds igloo in West Bloomfield
Man builds igloo in West Bloomfield. Video inside...
I-94 reopens at Gratiot following accident
One lane of westbound I-94 is open at Gratiot following a bad accident that shut the freeway down for a short while.
Woman performing online sex shows at libraries
She calls herself "lilsecrett"---and boy does she put on a show.
$134 million price tag for new senate offices
House Democrats today pledged to fight a Senate plan to move lawmakers into new offices that will cost the state $134 million over 30 years.
Stepfather of murder victim 'person of interest'
It was December of 2012 when Julia Niswender was found strangled and drowned in a bathtub inside her off campus apartment.
Controversial Dearborn cleric's probation ending
Last year, the 7 Investigators introduced you to Ahmad Jebril.
Questions raised after hair-cutting cop rehired
A Warren police officer made headlines across the world after she cut off a prisoner’s sewn-on hair weave. Warren police…
Illegal flyers influence election in Hamtramck
This week, Hamtramck schools had a special election to pass a millage that would provide vital funds.
DEGO talks about development in the city
The leaking of plans for Dan Gilbert's new development at the site of the old Hudson's building is just the latest in the headlines…
Wear orange to support M.S. awareness
Michigan has one of the highest populations of people living with Multiple Sclerosis - about 18,000 residents are affected in our state.
Organization teaching charity to young people
Giveyoung.org is on a mission to teach charity to young people. The group is hosting a big event March 27 to connect those people with…
New fashion campaign features "lifeless" models
Victoria Beckham's new fashion campaign features models that appear to be "lifeless."
RECIPE: Have you heard of the bone broth diet?
Have you heard of the bone broth diet?
#DearMe campaign: Advice to your younger self
YouTube is celebrating International Women's Day by letting users offer words of advice to their younger self.
Risk of CT Scans for kids' concussions
About 500,000 children per year end up in ERs because of head injury. And about half of them undergo a CT scan. But the American Academy of…
Consumer Reports: Overuse of CT Scans
More than 80 million CT or Cat scans are performed in the U.S. every year. But research shows about a third of those scans serve no medical…
Insider tips for home buyers & sellers
Some 5 million homes are expected to change hands this year. If you’re thinking of buying or selling a home, Consumer Reports’…
Car tech troubles & solutions
The idea behind car infotainment systems is simple: Give drivers an easy-to-use way to access their phone, music and navigation all while…
Consumer Reports: Successfully cutting cable
Is your cable bill too high? Consumer Reports shows you ways to cut the service, and still get some of the programs you want.
Big trucks are back, thanks to low gas prices
John Matarese reports on a big shift in car buying habits for 2015