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Nearly 4,000 nurses vote to authorize strike with Michigan Medicine
ANN ARBOR, MI - Nurses at the University of Michigan have voted to authorize a work stoppage of up to three days to protest what they describe as "ongoing and continuous violations" of their workplace rights, the University of Michigan Professional Nurses Council announced Monday, Sept. 17.
Detroit police find body of victim, car after shooting; suspect held
Police said that at about 4:17 p.m, a male suspect pulled up to a location on the 7300 block of Prairie in a brown, four-door, Honda CRV with a 69-year-old male also inside.
Father of three killed inside Ecorse apartment complex
Ecorse, Mich (WJBK)- Dino Martin was shot and killed early Sunday morning in an Ecorse apartment complex. We are learning he is a father of three, his youngest born just three weeks ago.
Former U.S. Rep. John Dingell suffers apparent heart attack
Dingell, 92, is the longest serving member of Congress in its history, serving from 1955 until his retirement in early 2015, and is a former chairman of the powerful House Energy and Commerce Committee. He was replaced in Congress by his wife, U.S. Rep. Debbie Dingell, D-Dearborn.
Detroit woman rubs dog feces on neighbor's door as retaliation
“I had to do what I had to do,” Mullins said. “I didn’t want to be a vigilante, but I had to do what I had to do.”
Recreational marijuana could be legal soon in Michigan. Most local officials oppose it.
Burlington Township doesn't allow medical marijuana facilities in its borders, and, if Michigan voters decide in November to legalize recreational marijuana, it doesn't plan to allow those businesses either.
How to tour the 'haunted' Eloise Psychiatric Hospital in Westland before it's redeveloped
Nankin was a part of Wayne County, originally named Bucklin Township, and it included what are now the cities of Livonia, Inkster, Dearborn, Redford, Wayne and Westland.
2 bodies found in burning Detroit house
Police said the incident happened at 3:09 a.m. in the 2000 block of Monterey.According to police, officers found the man lying face up at the front door of the house with a gun shot wound and the woman was found lying face up in an upstairs bedroom with a gun shot wound.Anyone with information about
Detroit police: 2 fatally shot, house set on fire
Police said they found a man unresponsive at the front door of the home, he had suffered a gunshot wound. A woman's body was located in an upstairs bedroom, she also had been shot.
Harmful algal bloom found in Belleville Lake, Ford Lake
You can swim in the water but stay away from water that has scums or mats, looks like spilled paint, or has colored streaks.Keep children and pets away from algae in the water or on the shore.Do not let pets or livestock drink the water or eat scum on the shore.All fish should be caught and released
2 found dead of gunshot wounds after arson on Detroit's west side
A male victim was found deceased with a gunshot wound near the front door of the house. The second victim, a female, was found deceased with a gunshot wound in an upstairs bedroom.
Man dies after jumping from Sterling Heights overpass
A 52-year-old man died Sunday afternoon when he apparently jumped from an overpass on Metropolitan Parkway near Van Dyke Avenue in Sterling Heights, police reported.Foul play is not suspected and police are treating the man's death as a suicide.The victim, who authorities say had a history of mental
In Michigan, 98 medical marijuana dispensaries forced to close while hundreds more await application review
“On Sept. 11—after hearing from patients and patient advocates from across the state—LARA offered relief to 108 businesses who had turned in their complete [license] application, steps 1 and 2, by June 15, 2018. These 108 businesses may stay open until December 15, 2018, and their continued operatio
Man killed in Monroe County motorcycle crash
The victim was driving south on North Dixie Highway south of Fermi Drive about 6:30 p.m. when he failed to round a curve, causing the motorcycle to go into a ditch off the west side of the road, according to the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office.
Dangerous blue-green algae found in Van Buren Twp.'s Belleville Lake
These bacteria can produce toxins called cyanotoxins that can make humans and pets sick from direct contact or swallowing, the Wayne County Department of Health, Veterans & Community Wellness and Michigan Department of Health and Human Services said in a news release.
Update: If City Council Doesn't Want Us, We Won't Expand in Detroit -- Crowne Plaza
After striking out twice at Detroit City Council, the owners of the Crowne Plaza in downtown Detroit are pulling the plug on a new 500-room, 28-story hotel tower connected to Cobo Center — for now — and considering new hotel investments in Houston and San Diego instead. . . .A Mexican and European i
25-year-old man killed in shooting in Detroit
DETROIT- A 25-year-old man was fatally shot Saturday night in Detroit near Chandler Park.The shooting was only a few blocks away from another shooting that took the life of a 23-year-old man Friday.RELATED:23-year-old man killed in shooting, car crash in DetroitIt's unknown if there's any connection
Man fatally shot driving down Frankfort Street in Detroit
Police say Maurice Richardson Jr. was shot and killed Friday afternoon as he was driving this vehicle on Frankfort Street on Detroit eastside.Investigators say Richardson's vehicle and another vehicle were involved in some sort of dispute and that's when shots were fired. Richardson was killed. His
Michigan teen charged with murder reportedly smiled, laughed after stabbing classmate to death
WARREN, Mich. — The teen accused of fatally stabbing her classmate Wednesday morning at Fitzgerald High School in Warren, Michigan was officially charged on Friday afternoon.
5-year-old girl killed, mother shot 16 times in Detroit in family argument
"We have information that the mother and her siblings, her sisters have been involved in an ongoing dispute. We believe that that's part of this tragedy," said Detroit Police Chief James Craig.