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Michigan man pleads guilty in 2017 shooting

HUNTINGTON - A Michigan man pleaded guilty Friday for his role in a 2017 shooting that killed one man and injured another in Huntington. Kelly Lee "Shanks" Powell Jr., 24, of Pontiac, Michigan, pleaded guilty to second-degree murder in the fatal shooting of 28-year-old Brandon Lee Taylor at a house


Where are street parking restrictions in effect?

Some communities in Monroe County and Downriver have invoked their "snow emergency" procedures, calling for residents to move their vehicles off certain streets. The village of Dundee posted the following notice Saturday afternoon:


What travel advisories are in effect? Here's the list

Monroe County has had its a Travel Advisory system since 2014. There is not a threat of citations for motorists, they are considered to be just guidelines. As of 9:25 a.m. Saturday, no Monroe County advisories are in effect.


Three Macomb women among suspects arrested in Harper Woods carjacking

Three Macomb County women are among five people charged in connection with the carjacking of an 18-year-old woman in Harper Woods. Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy announced in a news release Friday that she has authorized criminal charges against Dominique Mickeal-Yvette Cooper of Clinton Townshi


List of snow emergencies in Metro Detroit

(FOX 2) - With snow hitting Michigan this weekend, there are some cities that have declared snow emergencies. View the list below:. Oak Park: In effective starting Saturday at 3 a.m.


Ypsilanti off to 8-2 start after 62-17 win over Lincoln

YPSILANTI -- Ypsilanti’s girls basketball team lost both games to Lincoln last season. They Grizzlies got some revenge Friday, beating the visiting Railsplitters 62-17. Senior Sadre'a Rougeau, who entered Friday averaging 18.9 points per game, scored 18 to help Ypsilanti improve to 8-2.


Lawsuit: Plymouth-Canton schools failed to respond to student's harassment claim

DETROIT - Plymouth-Canton schools failed to respond to a student's sexual harassment claim, violating Title IX, according to a lawsuit. A lawsuit, filed in court Thursday on behalf of student at Canton High School, claims Plymouth-Canton Community Schools failed to respond to "egregious gender-based


Judge hears closing arguments in Westland jail death manslaughter prelim

A Wayne County assistant prosecutor told 20th District Judge Mark Plawecki Friday morning the three Westland public safety officials neglected their duty by not offering an inmate in custody of Westland police care when he appeared to suffer a medical emergency back in 2017.


A snowy Saturday marks the public opening of Detroit auto show

Saturday's snow made driving to Detroit difficult. But it is the Motor City, and hazardous roads or not visitors from as far away as Japan showed up for the public opening of the North American International Auto Show.


Michigan medical marijuana recalled for fourth time as officials encourage independent testing

Medical marijuana products sold at an Ypsilanti provisioning center are being recalled after they failed to meet state testing standards, Michigan officials announced Friday. It’s the fourth mandatory recall this month from the Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs of caregiver product sold


Vehicles targeted for break-in at Planet Fitness in Livonia

Livonia police are warning gym-goers once again to be wary of what you leave in your vehicle while working out after a purse was taken from a vehicle. Police were called the evening of Jan. 14 to Planet Fitness, 29475 Seven Mile, on the report of a larceny from an auto. There, police spoke to a 40-y


Marijuana products recalled in Ypsilanti

YPSILANTI, Mich. - The Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs issued a health and safety advisory due to the sale of marijuana which failed laboratory testing. The products were sold between Dec. 14 to Jan. 3 at Indica, LLC.


Lawsuit: Teen girl attempts suicide to escape stalker ex-boyfriend

In the hallways at school, he called her a slut. He waited for her outside her classrooms, followed her around campus and told her that he hoped she would be raped, court records show.


Men try to lure 14-year-old girl into sedan by offering candy, Wayne police say

WAYNE, Mich. - A 14-year-old girl was walking home from school Monday when she was approached by two men who offered her candy to get into a sedan, according to Wayne police. The incident happened in the area of Second and Sims streets, police said.


Spooky happenings being investigated at historic Firehouse Museum

YPSILANTI, MI -- Alive, Alonzo Miller served as chief of the Ypsilanti Fire Station. Dead, his ghost remains a legend. The Detroit Paranormal Expeditions team is hoping to pay Miller a visit on Saturday, Jan. 19th, during an evening of paranormal investigating from 7 p.m. to 2 a.m. at the Michigan F


Monroe men charged with Brownstown open murder

BROWNSTOWN TOWNSHIP — Two Monroe County men have been charged with the murder of a Battle Creek man after a drunken altercation at a Wayne County sports bar. Rickey D. Richett, 45, of Monroe, and Damian A. Willingham, 26, of Newport both were arraigned Thursday on charges of open murder and assault


Michigan Baseball Star Jared Thomas Returns Home to Practice Medicine

Jared Thomas started playing tee ball in second grade. Even at that young age, he said he knew it was something he absolutely loved and growing up he wanted to be a baseball player.


Cleared ex-con says he must sell artwork he did in prison

Richard Phillips was an innocent man who sat in a drab prison cell for decades painting watercolors. But now that he's free, he says he must sell the artwork that kept him from going stir crazy.


Modern Ann Arbor condo steps away from Michigan Stadium stuns

ANN ARBOR - When it comes to prime real estate in Ann Arbor, the area surrounding Michigan Stadium is as hot as it gets. This brand-new condo on the Old West Side, just blocks away from The Big House, Elbel Field and Allmendinger Park, features tasteful modern designs such as clean lines, a neutral


Bulls Narrowly Edged By Eastern Michigan, 159-141

YPSILANTI, MI – The University at Buffalo women's swimming team (1-4, 0-2 MAC) dropped a close dual meet to MAC foe Eastern Michigan Saturday afternoon in Jones Natatorium despite a dominate performance from junior Katelyn Burns which saw her claim victory in four events. In all, the Bulls claimed v