Trooper's death highlights risks bike cops take
Today's incident involving a state trooper assigned to the motorcycle unit, brings to light the roles these officers play on our roadways…
State and city email linked to cheating site
The 7 Investigators have uncovered a long list of city and state email addresses tied to the cheating site.
Inside the FBI Cyber Squad
Data breaches and cyber espionage: they are constant threats that the FBI is trying to tackle on a daily basis.
Nuke waste near Lake Huron? Lawmakers push back
A trio of Michigan lawmakers are pushing back against Canadian efforts to store nuclear waste near Lake Huron.
MI State Police explain 'blitz' ticket efforts
The 7 Action News Investigators rode along with the Michigan State Police for one of their recent traffic blitz ticketing efforts.
State Sen. could argue insanity defense
The Detroit state senator facing charges that he assaulted his ex-wife could be preparing to mount an insanity defense in court.
Officials: Both slain journalists shot in head
Vester Flanagan constantly saw himself as the target in his conflicts with WDBJ-TV colleagues, leading his former boss to describe him…
WDBJ shooting leads IFC, USA to postpone shows
In the wake of two TV journalists being killed on the air, networks are pushing back shows.
Florida braces for Tropical Storm Erika
Florida declared a state of emergency Friday morning.
Man says wife shot in back by VA gunman
The latest on the on-air killing of two TV station employees in Virginia (all times local):
Podcast: When weed is your only hope
A growing group of parents across the country are fighting to get medical cannabis for their sick children when every legal drug has failed.
Slain reporter, photog were eager journalists
Alison Parker seemed destined for the anchor chair. Adam Ward was upbeat, the kind of cameraman everyone wanted to work with in the wee hours…