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Police are searching for a suspect after an armed robbery happened at a Royal Oak bank on Tuesday afternoon.
Student loan borrowers in Michigan will not be taxed on their forgiven loans.
A four-month-old kitten helped rescue a family that was poisoned by carbon monoxide that spread through their house during a power outage.
A second grade student at an area elementary school is accused of bringing a knife to school and showing it off to other students on the playground.
A Texas man will spend the next 14 years in prison after he was sentenced in federal court following a huge drug bust during a traffic stop in Jackson County.
Jamie Greene Kaniarz, Executive Director of Defeat the Label, joins Jackie Paige on Community Connect to discuss bullying, its impacts on people in schools and communities, and what is being done to address these issues.
Aaron Schillinger, writer, director and editor of "Boblo Boats: A Detroit Ferry Tale," joins Jackie Paige on Community Connect to discuss the films purpose and how he found an interest in covering this historic story.
Summer Ritner, COO of Belle Isle Conservancy and Director of the Belle Isle Aquarium, joins Jackie Paige on Community Connect to discuss the conservancy's role in operating Belle Isle and the significance of re-opening the Belle Isle Aquarium.
Jennifer Jones, Artistic Board President, and Greg Ruvolo, Artistic Board President-Elect, for the Birmingham Village Players, joins Jackie Paige on Community Connect to discuss the 100th season of the Birmingham Village Players.
Lisa Radtke, Executive Director of ALS of Michigan, joins Lisa Germani on "Community Connect" to discuss the realities of ALS, how ALS of Michigan provides help, and the events they put on to raise funds for the community.
It's a show celebrating community champions as the three Shining Light Award honorees selected this year – Gilda Jacobs, Kirk Mayes and Charity Dean – appear on "Michigan Matters" to talk about it and their efforts to lift our region.
Senior Producer/Host Carol Cain, along with Megg Jacobs and Logan Tesmer travel to the Detroit Auto Show to talk to leaders about electrification of vehicles, Michigan and Detroit capitalizing in on these trends, and road for our region.
Michigan lawmakers want to set some rules around a growing industry within the transportation sector.
Residents say an odor emitting from the Jeep Mack Assembly plant is polluting the air.
Warren Police Department busted a well-known drug dealer and confiscated a massive amount of fentanyl and guns.
Applications are now being accepted for the statewide, student-led traffic campaign, Strive for a Safer Drive.
For over a decade DRAW has completed 108 missions, bringing supplies to victims of natural disasters.
Stellantis is facing an enforcement order over pollution at the company's Mack Assembly Plant in Detroit.
Toxicologists found the presence of xylazine, a horse tranquilizer, in people believed to have overdosed on fentanyl.
City council passed a motion to once again postpone the vote to expand ShotSpotter in Detroit, but council members did vote to renew the contracts for the technology to stay in the eighth and ninth precincts.
September is Sickle Cell Awareness Month, and one Detroit man is getting the word out about the disease by holding an event that infused entertainment and information.