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Officials rule out theories but no closer to identifying 'weird' vibrations in Canton, Westland
At approximately 2:30 a.m. Monday, Westland resident Leona Duffey stepped outside into the early-spring darkness, searching for potential leads to a non-stop vibration sensation that was steadily rattling her Hannan Road home.
Every DTE Electric customer in Michigan will see refunds in upcoming bills
DETROIT - DTE Energy electric customers will see credits in two bills this year after the conclusion of an investigation into the company's billing practices. In 2017, Michigan Public Service Commission staff received numerous complaints through its Customer Assistance Division about improper shutof
Wayne Co. mom sues, says minor daughter bounced from flight, left behind
Detroit — A Wayne County woman is suing Spirit Airlines for allegedly "recklessly" removing her daughter from a flight from Tampa to Detroit without her knowledge. Stacy Giordano alleges that on April 9, 2018, after she placed her daughter in a seat near the front of the plane in an exit row, she an
Police concerned I-75 construction in Oakland County will impact crash response times
TROY, Mich. - The next phase of the I-75 construction project in Oakland County is underway, and police fear the roadwork could impact crash response times. MORE: Next stage of I-75 construction in Oakland County begins.
Proposed Michigan Law Would Lower Legal BAC For Driving
(WWJ) There's a push to lower the threshold for drunken driving in Michigan. State Representative Abdullah Hammoud of Dearborn, along with Mothers Against Drunk Driving, is calling for blood alcohol concentration of .05 percent, instead of .08, to be considered impaired.
Mystery vibrations shake homes, windows in Canton
CANTON, Mich. — Residents are baffled at an ongoing phenomenon that's shaking homes in Canton. Fatimah Jafri says it's been happening for roughly half a year. "When it starts, the water actually shakes in the bottles," said Jafri, who described a high pitched hum that accompanies the shaking. "There
5 Arrested, Charged In Oakland County Drug Trafficking Bust
PONTIAC (WWJ) - Half-a-million dollars worth of drugs is off the streets of Metro Detroit as a result of a five-month investigation. Oakland County Sheriff Mike Bouchard announced Thursday that five men from Pontiac, Eastpointe, and Novi were arrested by members of the Narcotic Enforcement Team and
Wayne County charges elected official from Pittsburgh and her husband following altercation
DETROIT (AP) - An elected official from Pittsburgh and her husband have been charged following an altercation with police in a Detroit hotel. The Wayne County prosecutor's office says 41-year-old Chelsa Wagner faces felony resisting police and misdemeanor disorderly conduct charges. Her husband, 42-
Livonia police: Suspects in Milwaukee 2-year-old's Amber Alert spotted in town before arrests
LIVONIA, Mich. - Police in Livonia say a man and woman who were wanted in connection to a nationwide Amber Alert for a 2-year-old girl from Milwaukee were spotted by an officer last week in a hotel parking lot.
Police looking for woman who rushed away with elderly woman's wallet
When an elderly woman dropped her wallet at a store in Westland, a younger woman pounced and rushed away. Westland Police said in a news release the elderly woman was at a store near Cherry Hill and Merriman roads around 4 p.m. Feb. 3 when the theft happened.
This Small Michigan Town Could Become a Spaceport
When you think about launching into space, you probably think of Cape Canaveral in Florida or NASA's Houston Mission Control. Or maybe that Spaceport America launch pad in the middle of the New Mexico desert. So would it surprise you that 5 sites in Northern Michigan could become America's newest sp
Michigan Lottery: Macomb County gas station sells 2 big scratch off ticket winners
A Mount Clemens gas station might be the luckiest spot in Michigan after selling a $4 million Royal Millions winning ticket and a $500,000 Full of $500s winning ticket in less than a month.
Family of missing Lansing woman whose baby was found dead discusses her mental state, drug issues
DETROIT - The family of a missing Lansing woman whose newborn baby was found dead is pleading for her to turn herself in so she can get help. Ashley Shade, 35, and her 6-day-old daughter were reported missing Monday. Police found her vehicle in the 100 block of East Kilborn Street. The baby's body w
The Cheesecake Factory adding second location in Michigan
The Cheesecake Factory is spreading more cheesecake love in the Great Lake State. The restaurant is set to open its first location in West Michigan at Woodland Mall in October of this year. It will be the second location in Michigan with the first at Twelve Oaks Mall in Novi.
Lions sign tight end Logan Thomas
ALLEN PARK, Mich. (AP) — The Detroit Lions have signed tight end Logan Thomas. Detroit made the move Thursday, adding depth at a position recently bolstered by the addition of Jesse James.
Wayne latest community looking to ban recreational pot shops
It appears medical marijuana will be the only kind of marijuana you will be able to buy legally in Wayne in the forseeable . The city council began the process of banning recreational marijuana facilities during its March 20 meeting, with several council members echoing what other area communities h
Ann Arbor explores change to crosswalk law
ANN ARBOR, MI - City lawmakers are considering new crosswalk rules that would no longer require drivers to stop before a pedestrian begins crossing. Ann Arbor officials are looking to change the city’s ordinance to give drivers more leeway. The current law requires Ann Arbor drivers to stop even bef
Man allegedly entered Detroit courthouse then 'visibly ravaged' pretrial room as security attempted to gain entry
DETROIT (WXYZ) — A criminal complaint was filed against a man who had allegedly entered the U.S. Courthouse in Detroit and destroyed a pre-trial room, then claimed that he was security personnel and a Michigan State Police officer.
Pat Caputo - Tom Izzo needs to settle down, and so do his Spartans
Nothing, evidently, is easy for these Spartans. Certainly beating Bradley to open the NCAA tournament Thursday was more difficult than anticipated. While it did bring uncomfortable memories of Middle Tennessee in 2016, and an unwelcome reminder Michigan State hasn’t been to the Sweet 16 since 2015,
No panic: Bradley puts Michigan State on upset alert but Spartans survive
Des Moines, Iowa — There’s no doubt that Michigan State fans — those at Wells Fargo Arena and certainly thousands more watching on television — were starting to have flashbacks on Thursday afternoon.