The search for the happiest city in America leads right to our front door.
Holiday baking should be fun – not stressful! Use these tips to help take the stress out of holiday baking, and to sneak in a few healthier baking alternatives as well!
Consumer Reports tests six tablets designed for kids, costing from $70 to $230
Thursday afternoon, the CDC is expected to address the recent spike in measles cases in the U.S.
Mitch Albom is once again helping charities for the holidays with the S.A.Y. Detroit Radiothon, Thursday December 5th. You can help make a difference in the lives of people in need.
There are some glitches with the PlayStation 4 users should be aware of before buying the new console.
XBox One or PlayStation 4? Consumer Reports compares the two consoles so you can see which console is best for you.
WXYZ-TV is proud to announce that we are joining forces with St. Vincent de Paul for the 7th annual Joy of Giving Telethon.
We're taking action for you, bringing you tips that will keep your wallet safe while you're shopping online.
Financial expert Robin Thompson shares some tips for shoppers this holiday season.
There's no question that Nelson Mandela had a profound impact on the black community in South Africa.
Wayne County Executive Robert Ficano has hired the county's former sheriff Warren Evans as a contractor.
A Troy mother fighting her deportation to Albania will get to stay in the US. at least another year.
Police are searching for a missing 70-year-old in Novi.
Justin Townsend, a 12-year-old from Shelby Township, has been battling a rare form of brain cancer.
The Fantasticks, a musical love story with universal appeal opens at Stagecrafters in Royal Oak. The show runs December 6th-22nd.
Comedian Will Ferrell's news anchor persona Ron Burgundy interviewed Denver Broncos Quarterback Peyton Manning for an upcoming segment on ESPN's SportsCenter.
Billy Joel is heading back to the Palace of Auburn Hills for his first solo concert since 2007.
New York auction house Christie's estimates the fair market value of city-bought works at the Detroit Institute of Arts to be between roughly $450 million and $870 million.
Annie, the feel-good, rags-to-riches musical that took Broadway by storm sells out before it even opens December 13 th at the Farmington Players Barn.