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Pastor charged for murder of transgender woman
DETROIT (FOX 2) - After Jessica Williams Stough's transgendered child, Kelly Stough, was killed in Detroit, she has been spreading the message that every life has meaning. "You keep fighting, keep pushing and live your life," she said. "Don't let the world dictate how you should live."
Dearborn Heights police: Indecent exposure suspect arrested
DEARBORN HEIGHTS, Mich - Dearborn Heights police they have arrested a man wanted for indecent exposure after in a Walgreen's parking lot. The incident occurred Dec. 8, 2018 at the Walgreen's on Telegraph and Van Born. While standing outside of the store on a break, an employee observed the vehicle i
Search for gunman after 17-year-old killed in Roseville
ROSEVILLE, Mich. - A 17-year-old boy from Detroit was shot and killed Tuesday night in Roseville. Investigators say this happened just before 11 p.m. on Pinehurst,between 12 Mile Road and Wellworth.
Man, 18, shot twice on Detroit's west side
Detroit — An 18-year-old man was shot twice Tuesday night on Detroit's west side, police said. The shooting took place about 10:40 p.m. in the area of West Seven Mile and Trinity, which is just west of Burt Road.
Five elementary students honored for outstanding writing
Five students from area elementary schools were recently honored with awards for outstanding writing at the 2018 Young Authors’ Festival hosted by the University of Michigan-Dearborn Mardigian Library.
Dearborn Heights councilman, neighbor fight after vandalism caught on video
Only on 7, Dearborn Heights Councilman Ray Muscat gets into a dustup with a neighbor and it’s not the first time there have been issues with the other man. Muscat ended the fight bloodied with punches to his face. His wife Lisa also has cell phone video she made of the neighbor shouting obscenities
Michelle Obama Drops In On Detroit Group Meeting Actor Keegan-Michael Key
DETROIT (WWJ) - A select group of former Wayne State students got quite a surprise Tuesday as they gathered for what was billed as a meeting with actor Keegan-Micheal Key. But as they were talking to Key, a Detroit native, former first lady Michelle Obama walked through the doors at the Motown Museu
Hearing today for 3 charged in murder of Detroit woman who testified against them
DETROIT - Evidence against two men accused of a killing a witness is expected to come out in court Tuesday. Starkisha Thompson, 33, was gunned down in her own driveway in October. The shooting came just days after she testified in court about a carjacking.
Police searching for man wanted for indecent exposure in Dearborn Heights
(WXYZ) - Police in Dearborn Heights are looking for a man wanted for indecent exposure. The incident reportedly happened outside the Walgreen's location near Telegraph and Van Born Roads. Police say a vehicle pulled up next to an employee who was on a break and the driver asked for directions.
Fun performing and visual arts events in Detroit this week
If you're a fan of the arts, mark your calendars: there's plenty to do when it comes to artsy events in Detroit this week, from family holiday shows to a photography workshop. Hoodline offers data-driven analysis of local happenings and trends across cities. Links included in this article may earn H
Wayne County man charged in bull elk poaching incident
WAYNE COUNTY, Mich. (WXYZ) - A 60-year-old Taylor man has been charged with the illegal killing of a bull elk, according to the Michigan Department of Natural Resources. The charge is a misdemeanor punishable by up to 180 days in jail and a fine of $2,000.
Matt Patricia has no update on Ezekiel Ansah, who might not play for Detroit Lions again
The Detroit Lions stud defensive end Ezekiel Ansah may be spending his last season on the team after playing under the franchise tag in 2018. Head coach Matt Patricia was not able to provide much of an update on the situation regarding one of his best defensive players.
Dearborn man honors former President Bush with his bugle
At dusk Dec. 6, buglers around the country honored the life of former U.S. President George H. W. Bush by playing “Taps.” Bruce Caswell, 82, performed the auditory salute at the former U.S. Naval Air Station in Grosse Ile, where Bush served for two months in the spring of 1945.
Man charged with attempting to murder wife in shooting outside Livonia FedEx
A man has been charged with attempted murder after his wife was shot in the back when she arrived for work at FedEx in suburban Detroit. The shooting led to a middle-of-the-night police chase on Interstate 96 on Nov. 26.
24-year-old Detroit man with mental disorder missing from city's west side
DETROIT - Detroit police are searching for a 24-year-old man who went missing Sunday on the city's west side. Brandon Vasquez was last seen around 9 p.m. Sunday in the 4000 block of Roosevelt Street, police said.
Woman arrested for embezzling over $800 from Home Depot in Dearborn Heights
A 29-year-old Detroit woman was arrested Nov. 27 after she allegedly embezzled over $800 from Home Depot, 25451 Michigan Ave. Police were called to the store at 4:27 p.m. on a call of an embezzlement.
Dearborn Heights man charged with three counts of attempted murder, other charges
Javon Robert Dabney, 26, of Dearborn Heights was arraigned over the weekend in the non-fatal shooting two people in Detroit. The victims were a 59-year-old Garden City man and a 35-year-old Detroit man.
Most Michigan rest areas along highways will stay open all year
DETROIT - Most of Michigan's rest areas are open this winter so travelers have a place to stop for a break year-round. The state has 77 rest areas. The Transportation Department says all will be open, except five seasonal sites.
Lions vs. Cardinals stock report: Everyone broke, Lions won anyway
Well, it was predicted to be the least exciting match up of the week, and on that point the Detroit Lions and Arizona Cardinals did not disappoint. A yawn-fest of a game, the Lions and Cardinals offenses traded blows in the first half. By that I mean that the punters were showing off and we got to s
Dearborn Heights man, once accused of planning hit on prosecutor, sentenced in commercial fraud scam
Sabastian Restum, 49, had had several run-ins with the law in his life. Most recently he was sentenced to 144 months in a federal prison for his role as the leader of a commercial fraud ring.