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UPS worker busted for stealing packages
Huron Township police arrested a man they say stole UPS packages…
FORECAST: Turning colder, little snow
LIVE AT 11: The Suburban Ford 7 Sports Cave
It's the 50th episode of the Suburban Ford 7 Sports Cave this week, and we have a couple of new panelists on the show!
Brandon Jennings injured as Bucks rout Pistons
Brandon Jennings went down with a lower left leg injury as the Milwaukee Bucks beat the Detroit Pistons 101-86 on Saturday.
No. 6 Wisconsin holds off Michigan in overtime
Frank Kaminsky scored eight of his 22 points in overtime, and No. 6 Wisconsin held off Michigan 69-64 on Saturday night.
Petteway scores 32, Nebraska holds off Spartans
Terran Petteway scored a season-high 32 points and short-handed Nebraska held off Michigan State 79-77 on Saturday.
Dombrowski expects Tigers to be contenders again
Despite making plenty of changes in the offseason, the Detroit Tigers still expect to be a contending team.
Company turns your Instagram pics into tattoos
If looking at your Instagram pictures just isn't enough, why not just wear them around town?
Taylor Fire Department facing layoffs
The City of Taylor is facing a major dilemma that affects the lives of several firefighters, their families and, potentially, every Taylor citizens.
Police still searching mother of dead newborn
Roseville Police are still working to identify the mother of a newborn boy found dead in a suburban Detroit recycling center.
SKETCH: Man wanted for carjacking, murder
Detroit police, in connection with Crime Stoppers, have released a composite sketch of a man they say is responsible for a carjacking,…
Detroit People Mover reopens after derailment
The Detroit People Mover has reopened following a derailment near Rosa Parks Transit Center on Thursday night.
Finally, Sheriff Napoleon repays county $18,186
Napoleon had fought reimbursing the county.
Tunnel scare suspect's criminal history
The 7 Investigators learning the two Michigan men now facing weapons charges in Canada, are 18 year old Ernest Edwards of Alba, and 29 year…
Feds: Human Trafficking spikes during Auto Show
The Detroit Auto Show draws thousands to the Motor City. And predictably, a good number of men. And no surprise, that means, officials say,…
Exclusive: DFD Captain suspended
A high ranking Captain with the Detroit Fire Department has been suspended without pay.
State police to leave costly new headquarters
MSP announced today they'll be leaving their new offices that opened in 2010.
FBI: Boehner's bartender planned to poison him
Ebola, evil voices and the devil. Those are just a few of the things a Butler County bartender cited as reasons he was going to kill House…
"Super Chili Bowl" fundraiser Sunday
Christ Lutheran Church of Sterling Heights to host "Super Chili Bowl" and baked goods auction Sunday.
Shinola celebrates 2015 NAIAS
Shinola is celebrating the 2015 North American International Auto Show with a mix of performances, activities, food and more .
Meet Melissa Gilbert at Howell brunch event
You can have a chance to meet "Little House on the Prairie" star Melissa Gilbert Sunday during brunch at a Howell restaurant.
Calling all bull riding fans!
Michigan bull riding fans will get the opportunity to experience the toughest sport on dirt at the Joe Saturday.
Wayne State to host healthcare care Saturday.
Astute Artistry celebrates new location
Michigan only has one licensed trade school in the entire state for fashion, film, and make up.
Consumer Reports puts LED lights to the test
LED light bulbs are doing a whole lot more than simply turning on and off.
Keurig K-cup controversy angers consumers
A growing number of people are unhappy with the new Keurig 2.0 coffeemakers, because they won't accept the older K-cups, third party coffee…
Super TVs for the Super Bowl
Sales on televisions leading up to the Super Bowl offer big savings. So our partners at Consumer Reports have some tips to help you score the…
Mom's a Genius: Unique wedding invitations
A Rochester woman's wedding invitation designs profiled in national magazines, Brides and Martha Stewart Weddings.
How to avoid higher medical costs in 2015
Medical costs are rising as insurers pay hospitals and medical groups less. What you can expect... and how you may be able to cut those costs.
Saving on college textbooks
As college students begin the winter semester, we've got ways to save no those costly textbooks