Discussions on improving beach safety and bringing back lifeguards have resumed in some towns along Lake Michigan.
Aniel Mendez is fighting stage four brain cancer. It's always been his dream to be a police officer, and the Detroit Police Department came together in less than 24 hours to honor the brave boy by naming him Chief of the Day.
A 10-year-old boy is accused of bringing a knife to school and asking another student to help him stab another boy. The student, who was allegedly asked to help, stopped the stabbing before anyone was hurt.
According to Detroit Police, Ariel Harris, 29, was shot and killed after a disagreement outside of an elevator located inside the hallway of the International Banquet Center in Greektown.
Meteorologist Karen Carter spent the afternoon at STEAM Academy in Farmington Hills, talking to students about weather and what it's like being on TV.
City officials say the 30,000-square-foot building will include the DACC headquarters and shelter, more than 200 kennels and extensive outdoor areas for dog runs.
The U.S. Senate is now under pressure to stop a rail strike threatening to cut off a major artery in the country's supply chain. According to experts, Michigan's auto and agriculture industries would be hit hardest.
Wednesday marked one year after a tragic shooting at Oxford High School killed four students and injured seven others, including a teacher.
Knowing the pain of surviving a mass shooting, an Oxford High School graduate is comforting others in a way no one else can.
More than 35 classic vehicles are being donated to Northwood University, worth more than $2 million.
Presidential candidates in 2024 will be putting more attention onto Michigan following a vote by a DNC panel
Detroit police are looking for a man who they say lit a garbage dumpster on fire and tried to spread that fire to a nearby store.
After a week of silence from former Marine and Novi man Paul Whelan, his brother sets his sight on getting him home.
The Detroit Lions (4-7) hope to rebound from a Thanksgiving Day loss as the team prepares to host the Jacksonville Jaguars (4-7).
The Red Hook coffee shop is opening its fourth location in Detroit's Midtown neighborhood.
Michigan State University announced that its teacher preparation program will shorten, moving from a five-year program, to a four-year one.
Crews will be closing lanes on 8 Mile Road near Telegraph as they work to relocate underground and overhead utilities, according to the Michigan Department of Transportation.
Prosecutors say Warren police were notified last month of Greenday Massage allegedly conducting sexual favors and prostitution. Two undercover officers made appointments at the parlor and were allegedly offered sexual favors for money.
A Michigan woman is competent to stand trial for her role in the death of her 15-year-old son, who was allegedly subjected to ice baths while malnourished, a judge has ruled.
Anyone interested in reserving a laptop or hotspot can do so at any Detroit Public Library location or over the phone with a library card. It is free to reserve one of these items, but they must be reserved in advance and must be returned after 90 days.
Police are investigating a student at Ecorse High School after they brought a gun to school, according to the Ecorse Public Schools Superintendent Josha Talison.
A man sought by police in connection with the slaying of an ex-girlfriend has been fatally shot during an exchange of gunfire with officers in western Michigan.
Members of the United Auto Workers union appeared on Thursday to favor replacing many of their current leaders in an election that stemmed from a federal bribery and embezzlement scandal involving former union officials.
Ariel Harris was murdered in Greektown after a disagreement outside an elevator.