The all clear has been given after a portion of the McNamara Terminal at Detroit's Metro Airport was evacuated due to a suspicious situation.
The Michigan appeals court says it will take the case of Mike Duggan, a candidate for Detroit mayor who was bounced from the primary ballot.
Deliberations in the Aiyana Jones case have ended for the day.
Northbound M-39 at Oakwood is closed at this time due to a crash in Dearborn.
Father's Day Run celebrates fathers, as well as act as a fundraiser for the YMCA’s Strong Kids Campaign.
Local and out-of-state high school students embark on a two-week bus tour in the deep south to visit historic sites from 1960s civil rights struggle.
Motor City Irish Festival is taking place this weekend in Redford Township.
The sister of a Garden City man is haunted by the memory of the day her brother was stabbed to death near her home.
Wayne County Executive Bob Ficano faced questions for the first time Friday about his 41-year-old former aide set to collect an estimated $96,000 annual pension for the rest of his life.
After a six-month investigation, Highland Park police raided the adult bookstore known as World Wide News.
There were some tense moments on Detroit's east side Thursday night after a routine traffic stop.
The Dearborn Animal Shelter is experiencing a boost in its population.
A man who lost rights to his child because the baby was born during an affair with a married woman is not giving up his fight.
He wants to be part of the child's life, and he's taken his case to the Michigan Court of Appeals.
The heavy rains that moved into the metro Detroit area overnight left high water in places all across the region.
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A vote passed unanimously to move forward with plans for an Entertainment District that would include a new Red Wings arena in the city of Detroit.
Mike Duggan released the following letter to his supporters this morning, just before publicly announcing he would not fight an appeals court ruling that he could not appear on the Detroit Mayoral Primary ballot.
Authorities say 8,700 tickets were written during a recent four-day crackdown on seat belt use, a 6 percent increase over a similar effort a year ago.