Gilbert takes stand in Detroit bankruptcy trial
Billionaire developer Dan Gilbert is the first witness today in Detroit’s bankruptcy trial.
FORECAST: Morning fog lingers
Commentary: This is NOT Michigan
Fans and alumni around the country are frustrated. Tom Leyden shares his thoughts on the state of affairs in Ann Arbor.
Brad Ausmus sets pitching rotation for ALDS
The Detroit Tigers will start this postseason just like last year's: Max Scherzer in Game 1, Justin Verlander in Game 2.
Teen crowned homecoming king after brain surgery
A Plymouth teen with Down syndrome was crowned homecoming king months after brain surgery.
UM Pres. issues statement on concussions
University of Michigan President Mark Schlissel issued a statement on the concussion controversy for the football team.
Expert speaks out on the concussion controversy
Many people are speaking out after the concussion controversy going on in the University of Michigan football program.
Prosecutors prepare to rest in cop's case
"I heard a loud explosion and I seen a lot of lights," said Mertilla Jones as she testified in the trial of Detroit Police Officer Joseph…
Michigan says Shane Morris suffered concussion
Michigan athletic director Dave Brandon released a detailed statement and account of what transpired on Saturday afternoon surrounding Shane…
Olympian Michael Phelps arrested on DUI charge
Authorities say Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps has been arrested on a DUI charge in Maryland.
WATCH: TEDxDetroit brings TED talks to Detroit
They may not be household names, but the dozen or so speakers addressing today's TEDxDetroit audience all have big ideas to…
Start times for Tigers playoff games announced
The Tigers got have a rough idea of approximately when they'll be playing this week, dependent on who wins the AL Wild Card Game Tuesday.
Officer accused of abuse could have more victims
The 7 Investigators travel to Flint to dig deeper into sexual abuse case that rocked the city
Testimony in Lansing over Fata case
They came to the state capitol today, to share with lawmakers, heartbreaking stories of personal tragedy.
Anita Baker facing new $150k lawsuit
Singer Anita Baker is being accused of not paying her bills once again. This time, her own lawyer is taking her to court. …
Detectives collaborating to solve cold cases
Barry King sits in his Birmingham home--still waiting for some good news. "Tim's mother Marion was never the same person after…
Pugh says teen's lawsuit is "outrageous"
Ex-City Council President Charles Pugh says the lawsuit has no merit.
Who is screening what we eat in America?
7 Action News digs deeper into who is inspecting produce coming into the US.
Mega March for Animals: Raising money for MHS
The largest walk for animals in Michigan is coming up and the Michigan Humane Society is asking for your help finding animals a forever home.
Heroes on Hines takes place this weekend
For the second straight year you can take part in an event honoring some of the heroes in Wayne County.
Aqua fundraiser helps girl's cancer fight
We love telling you stories about people or businesses that go out of their way to help someone else. That's what one restaurant in…
Lingenfelter Collection supporting Pink Fund
Breast Cancer Awareness Month starts tomorrow.
Annie at the Fisher Theater through Saturday
‘Daddy Warbucks’ joined us on 7 Action News to talk about the hit Broadway show, which is now playing at the Fisher Theater.
High Tea With High Heels this weekend
This weekend more than a dozen of the most successful women in Michigan will be honored.
The american shopper is back and ready to spend
Americans are beginning to spend again as more consumers believe that the economy is recovering. And 25% of young Americans feel like they…
Hidden car warranties can save drivers thousands
If your car has chipped paint, a faulty sensor, or even premature wear on the front wheels, those problems could be under warranty. These…
Mom's A Genius: Brewing up a Business
Nailah Ellis-Brown is using an old family recipe to create a new business in Detroit.
This week's Freebie Friday deals include some free perfume, a cup of coffee, and snacks sent right to your door.
Turning your old stuff into cash
Consumer Reports tells you how to get the most money for the stuff you no longer need.
Cashing in on your old stuff
Maybe you're downsizing, or maybe it's just time for a "fall" cleaning! With the help of our partners at Consumer Reports,…