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State Police Hunt for Suspect in I-75 Murder in Detroit
Michigan State Police are searching for a suspect involved in a fatal shooting Saturday around 3:30 a.m. on I-75 near the Rouge bridge in Detroit, Ingrid Kelley of Fox 2 reports.
Sterling Heights picks final 5 name options for 'Golden Corridor Icon'
The city of Sterling Heights has announced the final five name choices for their somewhat controversial "golden ring" installment. "The results are in! We had 6,070 individual submissions, and with three options a piece, that's more than 18,000 different name ideas that came through. We have to say
Northville residents raise concerns about safety of Arbor Hills Landfill
NORTHVILLE, Mich. - Some homeowners in Northville are questioning the quality of their air. Watch the video above for the full report. The questions have arisen due to the old Arbor Hills Landfill, which has been around for decades. The odors have been an ongoing problem, but new safety concerns aro
22-Year-Old Dearborn Man Dies After Motorcycle Crash
DEARBORN (PATCH) — A 22-year-old Dearborn man has died after colliding with another vehicle in the city over the weekend. Dearborn police said the accident happened around 4 p.m. Saturday in the area of Warren Avenue near Williamson street. First aid was given to the man, who reportedly sustained se
Michigan's Minimum Wage Goes Up This Friday
(WWJ) Michigan will have a new minimum wage of $9.45 an hour beginning Friday, March 29. That’s an increase of 20 cents over the state's current minimum wage at $9.25. For tipped workers, the minimum wage will increase from $3.52 to $3.59 per hour, and for workers age 16 and 17 years, it will increa
Wayne County Prosecutor to Hold Second Town Hall Meeting
DETROIT, MI – Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy will hold a series of Town Hall meetings throughout Wayne County. The second town hall will be held on March 20, 2019 from 7:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. at the Detroit Edison Public School Academy, 1903 Wilkins Street in Detroit. Members of the public, police
Body found on Lake Michigan shore identified as missing person Amanda Hanover
A body found on the Lake Michigan shore Saturday has been identified as that of Amanda Hanover, a Michigan woman reported as missing and endangered last week. Her body was discovered on the rocks just south of the Kemper Center, 6501 Third Ave. Saturday afternoon, spotted by a person who was flying
Turning on the "Lights"
Northville now has an a cappella chorus that seeks to inspire, engage and excite!. The City Lights Chorus is a brand new, male a cappella ensemble based in Northville. Chapter President, Cody Harrell shares how the chorus was started. "The initial spark started with a chorus that was started in 2014
South Lyon scandal results in councilman's 'pink slip'; mayor hopes to move city forward
Months of scandal in South Lyon has culminated in the city council censuring Councilman Carl Richards. “Council member Richards has been slapped with what we consider a pink slip, or a record of unacceptable behavior from an elected official,” explained Mayor Dan Pelchat, adding that there was no wa
Bill would limit hours for boats on public inland lakes in Michigan; Rep plans to draft new language
A Michigan state representative says he is in the process of drafting new language for a proposed bill that would limit the boating hours on public inland lakes in Michigan. State Rep. Jason Sheppard introduced House Bill 4362 with State Rep. David LaGrand on March 13 and it was referred to the Comm
‘Mutant Rabbit’ Lost By University of Michigan Laboratory, FOIA Docs Show
A series of bizarre and fatal mishaps—including the vanishing of a “mutant rabbit” and the killing of more than 11,000 zebrafish with bleach—plagued an animal testing laboratory at the University of Michigan last year, according to federal documents.
Historic 14-acre estate has guest and carriage houses, wine cellar, $3.5M
NORTHVILLE, MI - This huge, historic estate was last owned by the "Cadillac King," Don Massey, the largest Cadillac dealer in the country. The three-story, Southern-style mansion is just the beginning. The home is situated on a sprawling, 14-acre expanse.
Dearborn’s Ford Offers Black Appearance Package for Ranger
Ford Motor Co. in Dearborn has introduced a Black Appearance Package for the all-new Ranger. It is available to order, and deliveries are expected to begin in early summer. The package is the pickup’s third style option, joining the Sport Appearance Package, which includes unique wheels and gray acc
Toddler falls from second-story window in Pontiac
A 2-year-old Pontiac boy who fell out a second-story window on Friday appears to have escaped serious injury, but the incident prompted an investigation to be reviewed by Children’s Protective Services, the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office said.
Sheriff: Motorcyclist attacks motorist in 'road rage'
Pontiac — A 21-year-old man is recovering and a 29-year-old man is under arrest after a Saturday afternoon road rage incident in Pontiac, the Oakland County Sheriff's Office said.
Livonia man wakes to find tires and rims missing from his 2019 Mercedes-Benz
A Livonia man woke up March 16 to find his 2019 Mercedes-Benz missing its four tires, along with its 18-inch, four-spoke rims. Police said in a report the Plymouth Woods Apartments resident doesn’t know who to suspect.
Pontiac man shot in hip, not cooperating with investigators
An investigation is underway into the shooting of a 24-year-old Pontiac man who sustained a bullet wound to the hip early Saturday morning. The Oakland County Sheriff’s Office said two Pontiac men, age 22 and 26, are suspects based on limited information from witnesses present during the shooting, w
Speedway robbery case bound over to circuit court
Sean Ragland, a Highland Park man accused of robbing a Livonia Speedway, has waived his right to a preliminary examination. The matter now goes to Circuit Court. Ragland, 26, waived his preliminary exam on Thursday, March 21, in Livonia's 16th District Court.
Motorcyclist beats driver who made him crash in Pontiac, police say
PONTIAC, Mich. - A motorcyclist was arrested for beating a driver who caused him to crash his motorcycle in Pontiac, police said. Deputies with the Oakland County Sheriff's Office were called to the intersection of Cesar Chavez and Orlando Avenue for a report of a fight between two men.
2 doses of narcan used to revive Pontiac woman suspected of overdosing on heroin
A 52-year-old woman was hospitalized Thursday after reportedly overdosing on heroin, then being revived by narcan, the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office reported. The woman’s daughter called 9-1-1 shortly before 10 p.m. and said she had found her mother on the kitchen floor unresponsive, and that her