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FBI conducting raid at Taylor City Hall, officials confirm

TAYLOR, Mich. - FBI agents are conducting some sort of raid Tuesday at Taylor City Hall, officials confirmed. The reason for the raid has not been disclosed. Sources told Local 4 that FBI agents are removing boxes from Mayor Rick Sollars' office.


U.S. Supreme Court won't change Indiana ruling: Lake Michigan's shoreline belongs to all Hoosiers

INDIANAPOLIS — There no longer is any legal question that Indiana's Lake Michigan shoreline is owned by the state and held in trust for all Hoosiers to enjoy. The U.S. Supreme Court announced Tuesday that it would not hear an appeal by lake-adjacent land owners who were seeking to extend their prope


2019 Detroit Go Red for Women Luncheon

The Detroit Go Red for Women Luncheon was hosted Friday, Feb. 15 at Ford Field in Detroit. Guests enjoyed a silent and live auction, vendor exhibits, health screenings, a program, and an afterglow that included appetizers, beverages, and networking. The organization works to build healthier lives an


3 Wayne County residents charged after 17 sick dogs found in filthy, hot rental truck

ECORSE, Mich. - Three Wayne County residents are facing charges after 17 emaciated and sick dogs were found last May in a rental truck. Police received a call May 1 about dogs inside a truck in the 4300 block of Sixth Street in Ecorse. When officers arrived, they found the dogs in separate stacked c


STEM becomes STEAM in 6th annual event at Henry Ford Elementary

Henry Ford Elementary hosted its 6th annual STEM Night, with throngs of students showing off their creativity to their parents, staff, and volunteers. STEM, or Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math, has been at the forefront of education in recent years.


Dearborn, Fordson students used to visit George Washington's home

Did you know George Washington's Mount Vernon home was once a frequent field trip destination for Dearborn and Fordson High School students? This image shows Dearborn High Seniors at Mount Vernon in 1928.


Dearborn’s Ford Invests $1B in Chicago Plants, Creates 500 Jobs

Ford Motor Co. in Dearborn plans to invest $1 billion in its Chicago Assembly and Stamping plants, adding 500 jobs as it prepares to launch the Ford Explorer, Lincoln Aviator, and Police Interceptor SUVs.


Around Town 2/19/19: 2nd annual Black Legacy Program event

Tomorrow night The Motown Museum in Detroit will host it's second annual Black Legacy Program public event. Doors open at 530 and the event runs from 6 to 8pm. For more details on tomorrow night's event you can head to our website at fox47news.com .


Three Individuals from Downriver Charged in Animal Abuse Case

RIVER ROUGE, MI – David Scott McMurtrie, 42-years-old, Kayli Lynn Sparks – also known as Robinson, 29-years-old, both of River Rouge, and David Squire Bowling, 30-years-old, of Ecorse, have been charged in connection with recovery of 17 emaciated and neglected dogs from a truck in Ecorse.


Dearborn's oldest BSA troop inducts first female scouts

February was a big month for Dearborn BSA Troop 1104. It became the first troop in Michigan to induct female members and one-upped that by creating Troop 1104-2 which is an all-girl troop.


Family identifies mother, 3 young girls killed in Michigan home

KENT COUNTY, Mich. – Family members identified a mother and three young girls found dead inside a rural Michigan home. Aubrianne Moore, 28, and her three young daughters Alaina, 2, Cassidy, 6, and Kyrie, 8, died of gunshot wounds, WOOD-TV reports.

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Woman, 3 children found dead following 'horrific' Michigan shooting, report says

DETROIT — A woman and three children were found shot to death Monday in a Michigan home, according to WOOD-TV. The Kent County Sheriff's Office said the children were all elementary school aged or younger. Kent County Sheriff Michelle Lajoye-Young would not provide more information on the relationsh


Shooters still at large months after 40-year-old man killed on Detroit's east side, police say

DETROIT - Two suspected shooters are still on the loose months after a 40-year-old man was killed on the city's east side, police said. The incident happened at 2 a.m. Aug. 20, 2018, in the area of Mt. Elliott Street and East Grand Boulevard.


GM to debut electric pontoon at Detroit Boat Show

Most people either know about electric cars or they're driving one but an electric pontoon boat?. It's one of the things visitors are excited to see at the Detroit Boat Show going on at Cobo Center through Feb. 24.


Winter weather advisory issued for SE Michigan: What to expect on Wednesday

DETROIT - A wintry mix is expected Wednesday in Metro Detroit. According to the Local 4Casters, snow and ice move in mid morning. A quick inch of snow is possible right after the morning drive, and there’s a good chance freezing rain will mix in during the late morning and early afternoon Wednesday.


Another storm system brings freezing rain, snow and rain to Michigan

The storm system moving through Michigan Wednesday will have three different zones of weather. The zones can be divided into southern Lower, northern Lower and the Upper Peninsula.


Detroit council grounds Autorama jump due to Confederate imagery

The Detroit City Council on Tuesday rejected Autorama’s request for a stunt jump downtown, accusing the event of using Confederate imagery. Meanwhile, organizers for the 67th annual hot rod and custom car show say they’re working to resolve the issue with the city.


Family sues Canton 911 operators for $25M, claims dispatch phone turned off because of 'bad day'

CANTON, Mich. (FOX 2) - The family of a man who died last March has filed a lawsuit against two employees of the City of Canton, claiming one of the 911 operators switched off the ringer on the emergency line preventing the man from getting help.


Warren officer suspended for alleged inappropriate texts with high school student

WARREN, Mich. (FOX 2) - A Warren police officer is on paid suspension after allegedly sending inappropriate texts to a teenager. FOX 2 confirmed with Warren police that the texts were sexual in nature, and were to a 17-year-old high school student. We're told the parents alerted authorities.


Band of criminals accused of targeting Detroit businesses in federal custody

DETROIT - Three men accused of targeting Detroit businesses are in federal custody and face a long list of charges in a series of smash-and-grabs, officials said. Police said the men used a stolen truck in a string of smash-and-grabs at Detroit pharmacies, liquor stores and marijuana dispensaries.