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No charges for woman who shot and killed woman at Taylor gas station
TAYLOR Mich. (FOX 2) - The Wayne County Prosecutor announced Wednesday that a 40-year-old woman who shot and killed another woman inside a gas station last month will not be charged in the case.
Detroit Pastor Charged With Murdering A Transgender Woman
Transgender women of color are disproportionately the victims of fatal violence. According to the ACLU, “One in four transgender people have been assaulted because they are trans. The majority of deadly attacks against transgender people are against women of color.”
Wayne County resident charged in bull elk poaching
TAYLOR, MI – A Michigan resident has been charged with the illegal killing of a bull elk. DNR conservation officers began the investigation in the Ostego County village of Vanderbilt around 9:50 a.m. on Dec. 8 after local police received a tip. The information was forwarded to the DNR’s Report All P
Michelle Obama Surprises Students At Detroit's Motown Museum
DETROIT, MI — Michelle Obama surprised a group of Detroit college students on Tuesday afternoon, walking into the Motown Museum as the young men of color took part in a roundtable discussion on education.
Disorderly man threatens to blow up Wyandotte restaurant, kill people
Police believe a man who displayed violent behavior inside a Wyandotte restaurant may have been under the influence of narcotics. The incident took place at approximately 6:30 p.m. Dec. 2 at Ramsey’s Coney Island, 1832 Biddle Ave. Police were sent there in response to a report of a disorderly person
Lincoln Park native Bill Morrison releases 'Yellow Submarine' graphic novel
Lincoln Park native Bill Morrison, writer, comic book artist and Mad Magazine editor, recently released “The Beatles Yellow Submarine,” a graphic novel he illustrated, during the movie's 50th anniversary year.
Police search for shooter after 17-year-old Detroit boy found dead on Roseville sidewalk
ROSEVILLE, Mich. - Police are continuing to search for the person who shot and killed a 17-year-old Detroit boy in Roseville. Investigators said the shooting happened around 10:40 p.m. Tuesday on Pinehurst Street between 12 Mile Road and Wellworth Street.
Drug offenses, high-speed chase, theft and other Allen Park police reports
●A Melvindale man is believed to have stolen more than $500 worth of merchandise at Home Depot, 3163 Fairlane Drive. On Nov. 24 police spoke with a loss prevention employee who was reviewing security camera footage, trying to locate possible stolen merchandise from a separate incident with the same
Taylor woman will not face charges in fatal gas station shooting
A 40-year-old Taylor woman who fatally shot an acquaintance acted in lawful self-defense and will not be charged. “After a thorough review of the facts and evidence the warrant has been denied because there is insufficient evidence to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that the shooter committed a crim
Roseville police: Suspect in fatal shooting of 17-year-old Detroit boy taken into custody
UTICA, Mich. - Police have arrested a 21-year-old Utica man suspected of shooting and killing a 17-year-old Detroit boy in Roseville. The suspect was arrested at 7 p.m. Wednesday. Police said he's being held at the Roseville Police Department.
Missing Southgate man last seen heading to Detroit for roofing job
(FOX 2) - Ryan Schmidt has been missing since last Friday. The last time he was seen, he had left home for a roofing job in Detroit - and has not been heard from since. "I have the worst feeling," said Amber Pruitt, Ryan's fiancé. "I don't know what to do."
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."
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.
Former Tigers broadcaster Mario Impemba opens up for first time since reported fight with Rod Allen
DETROIT - Former Detroit Tigers television broadcaster Mario Impemba opened up Wednesday for the first time since a reported altercation with partner Rod Allen that led to the end of their tenure.
Pound Pals Downriver fundraiser proceeds to help absorb noise in dog rescue area
Going to the dogs has a positive connotation for Rachel Nelson of Grosse Pointe Woods and Lauren Delaurentiis of Lincoln Park, co-founders of Detroit-based interior design strategy firm RL Concetti.
Volunteers are the heart of Dearborn Rotary’s Santa Snaps workshop at the Wayne County Lightfest
For nearly 40 evenings this year, the Rotary Club of Dearborn will rely on dozens of volunteers to be Santa and serve as Santa’s helpers during the Wayne County Lightfest—helping to create photo memories for generations of area families.
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
Taylor man charged with illegally killing elk
A 60-year-old Taylor resident has been charged with illegally killing a bull elk Tuesday, officials with the Michigan Department of Natural Resources announced. The man is being charged with a misdemeanor, which carries up to 180 days in jail and a $2,000 fine.
Check out Michelle Obama's Motown playlist
Motown classics both old and new — from Stevie Wonder to Erykah Badu — make up a hits-filled playlist curated to mark Michelle Obama's Detroit visit. Forty songs line the list, which is being released on the major streaming services this afternoon.
Porch pirates strike Allen Park; neighbor witnesses one incident
You need not look any further than the police blotter to realize it’s porch pirate season. Three Allen Park residents recently reported thefts of packages off their porches, with one of the incidents being witnessed by a neighbor.