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Teen couple walking home from work hit, killed by driver in Detroit
Raven Norwood, 18, and Montez Fields, 19, had wrapped up their shifts at a McDonald's on Detroit's west side. Around 8 p.m., they were killed, their families said, by a drunken driver.
Williams County grand jury indicts 30
BRYAN — A Williams County grand jury recently indicted 30 people on a variety of charges. Indicted were:• Keith Reitzel III, 40, McAlester, Okla., for non-support of dependents, a fifth-degree felony. Authorities allege Reitzel failed to provide support, as established by court order, for his childr
Car accident closes lanes in Metro Detroit
ROSEVILLE, Mich. (WXYZ) - A car accident in Metro Detroit has closed off a few lanes.Northbound Groesbeck at Martin Road is closed after two vehicles collided in Roseville.Police are still investigating the scene. No word on what caused the accident.Stay with Action News for more updates.
Toledo Police respond to four shootings overnight
The Toledo Police department responded to four different shootings Friday night and Saturday morning at the 2400 block of Franklin, the 900 block of Byrneport, the 100 block of Southard, and the 800 block of Leach.
Police & Fire: One dead after Friday crash
FATAL CRASH:One person is dead after a crash Friday on the Calhoun - Kalamazoo county line. The Kalamazoo County Sheriff Department reported the crash at 7 p.m. on Mercury Drive at Watkins Road in Charleston Township. Deputies said one vehicle was attempting to cross Mercury Drive and was struck by
Truck Parade of Lights is Saturday
There is a 4 p.m. driver’s meeting. Trucks meet at Cabela’s at dusk, drive west onM-50, reach Tecumseh at dark, proceed to Occidental Highway, then to Russell Road and Rogers Highway before returning to M-50 and Cabela’s.
Police & Fire: Battle Creek man caught by his wife having sex in car with another woman
CAUGHT HAVING SEX:Battle Creek police are seeking warrants for a man and woman after the man's wife said she caught them having sex before she was assaulted. Officers were called at 4:48 p.m. Thursday to Bronson Battle Creek by the victim, 36. She told officers her marriage has been poor and on Wedn
Drug task force investigation nets 7 arrests
• Michael Perin, 39, of Fremont, who was charged with two felony counts of trafficking in heroin and is alleged to have had a handgun when he was arrested.
Chrysler subcontractor fired after noose hung at Toledo Assembly Complex
“All allegations are investigated fully and infractions are punishable up to and including termination,” the statement said. “The incident yesterday at the Toledo Assembly Complex involved an employee of a subcontractor, who has since been terminated by his employer. The FCA US standards of conduct
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Toledo police investigating Friday morning shooting
TOLEDO, Ohio (WNWO) —Toledo police are looking for the person involved in a Friday morning shooting.Police responded around 11 o'clock to 1545 Avondale Drive for a person shot.Upon arrival police discovered a man shot in the leg.He was being treated for non life threatening injuries.Police are conti
Multiple roads closed near Toledo Express next week
HOLLAND, Ohio (WTVG) -Drivers near Toledo Express Airport will be dodging multiple road closures next week.Engineers with Lucas Count have announced that South Berkey Southern, Garden and Crissey are all going to be closed starting Monday, June 25. The closures will be in place for work on the railr
Karst concerns amplified for state officials during sinkhole tour
PETERSBURG, Mich. — Twenty-five people, including a few Michigan Department of Environmental Quality employees from the agency’s Lansing headquarters, likely have a little better understanding this area’s vulnerability to karst-prone bedrock after touring some notorious sinkholes in southwest Monroe
Something fishy: Zoo camps a good catch with kids
The Toledo Zoo’s summer fishing camps offer something markedly different than most learn-to-fish events for kids. This isn’t cane poles and bobbers for a couple of hours, followed by hot dogs on the grill.The zoo camps are five-day fishing immersion programs that take the young anglers to a variety
Former Clinton Township trustee found guilty on all counts in Macomb County bribery scandal
Chuck Rizzo Jr., who authorities said was the central figure in the Macomb County corruption scandal,was sentenced to 66 months-- 5 1/2 years -- in federal prison.
Investigators seek public’s help in solving 2016 Toledo homicides
About 11 p.m. March 16, 2016, Ronnie Hopings and his children just arrived home in the 2600 block of Wellesley Drive. As Mr. Hopings left his vehicle and walked to his front door, a man ran up and fired several shots, police said.
Lucas County sheriff's sergeant resigns while under investigation
Joe Gorney-Siminetti, a former sergeant and 24-year veteran, submitted his letter of resignation, according to the office's internal affairs bureau.
Where to watch fireworks in Washtenaw, Livingston and Geneesee counties
WAYNE COUNTY, Mich.- Looking for some fun Independence Day fireworks near you? Look no further, because ClickOnDetroit has your back. Below you’ll find a number of 2018 Independence Day fireworks events across Livingston, Genesee, and Wasthenaw counties.
Police Warn: Theft of Social Security Cards
TOLEDO, Ohio (WTVG) -June, July and August are the top months for car thefts. Police say people leave their windows crack and cars with their air conditioning runningToledo police are warning folks about a number of thefts from cars involving wallets and social security cards.
Ottawa Hills native owns company set to open Toledo's first medical marijuana dispensary
As a sophomore at Bucknell, Toledo native Pete Kadens started a company for a business class, selling camping chairs emblazoned with the university’s blue and orange bison logo. Soon, he had 32 employees under him and was turning the highest profit his professor had ever seen.