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Police say Pontiac man had cocaine when car was stopped for speeding in northern Michigan

A traffic stop in northern Michigan on Jan. 7 led to drug charges for a Pontiac man, who reportedly had 38 grams of cocaine when searched by police. Donald Leduke, 42, was arraigned Jan. 9 on one count of possession of less than 50 grams of cocaine and having open intoxicants in a vehicle. He’s awai


Former Wayne County prosecutor now in charge of Flint water criminal cases

LANSING -- (1/15/2019) A new prosecutor will take the lead in the criminal cases tied to the Flint Water Emergency. Attorney General Dana Nessel announced today she's appointing Fadwa Hammoud as lead attorney of the cases...hours after appointing her Michigan's new Solicitor General.


Winter storm hits Metro Detroit on Saturday: How much snow to expect

DETROIT - Lots of snow is in the 10-day forecast, starting with Thursday afternoon. Here's what we're expecting. Snow is coming our way this afternoon with a coating to maybe an inch for some through the afternoon and early evening.


Michigan Lottery: Man's lucky hunch pays off with $3.7M Lotto 47 jackpot

LANSING, Mich. - A lucky hunch paid off for a Livingston County lottery club that won a $3.73 million Lotto 47 jackpot from the Michigan Lottery. The five-member club, which chose to remain anonymous, matched all six Lotto 47 numbers drawn Dec. 15: 01-02-07-08-11-26. The winning ticket was bought at


Wayne Co. Airport Authority names new CEO

Romulus — Interim Wayne County Airport Authority CEO Chad Newton has been given the job permanently and is under contract, officials said. The authority's board Wednesday approved an employment agreement with him. It voted unanimously in November to appoint Newton as the authority's CEO. He was name


The auto show and more: three things to do this MLK weekend

Do you have a long weekend upcoming with the kids? If so, there's plenty to keep them occupied. The Martin Luther King Jr. Day weekend is perfect for getting out and spending time with the family. Here are three events happening around town this weekend worth checking out.


Russia postpones Paul Whelan's Thursday meeting with U.S. Embassey officials

The Russian government has postponed a scheduled meeting between Paul Whelan and U.S. Embassey officials. Whelan, a Novi man imprisoned in Russia since Dec. 28 on charges of spying, had been granted a consular visit with embassey officials Wednesday. He met with Irish government officials Wednesday


Wayne County Healthy Communities offer free medical services

(FOX 2) - From checkups and dental care to pregnancy and pediatrics. A local clinic is providing a one-stop shop for health services even if you can't pay. Health care for all sounds too good to be true but it's happening at "Wayne County Healthy Communities.


UPDATE: 16-year-old taken into custody after 18-year-old found shot to death in car in Michigan City

MICHIGAN CITY — A 16-year-old was taken into custody after police found an 18-year-old shot in the head Wednesday night in a vehicle at the 200 block of Jackson Street. Javan D. Brown, 16, was taken into custody and booked into LaPorte County Jail Thursday, according to a news release from the Michi


More Than 7,000 Dogs Competing At Michigan Winter Dog Classic

NOVI (WWJ) - It's a special "treat" for even the craziest dog lover as the Michigan Winter Dog Classic rolls into Novi this weekend, catering to mutts and pedigrees alike. The Michigan Winter Dog Classic will host more than 7,000 dogs throughout the four-day show at the Suburban Collection Showplace


Guns drawn in controversial arrest of popular D.J. on his Highland Park property

HIGHLAND PARK, Mich. - Video shows guns being drawn and tensions escalating as Highland Park police arrested a popular D.J. for being on his own property. Detroit techno D.J. Kenny Dixon Jr., known as "Moodyman," was confronted by the officers, who demanded he show proof that he owned the property.


Catholic Central vs. Brother Rice hockey photo gallery

Novi Detroit Catholic Central went on the road Tuesday night, knocking off host Birmingham Brother Rice, 6-1, in MIHL play at the Oak Park Ice Arena. (Digital First Media photo by Jason Schmitt)


W-FL TUESDAY: Newark wins in the Panther Den & Lyons tops Gananda to solidify hold on Wayne County

Two of the biggest games of the night in Wayne-Finger Lakes boys high school basketball featured a battle at the top of the Finger Lakes East standings with Newark visiting Geneva and a match-up in Wayne County between Gananda and Lyons with first place on the line.


Melissa Gilbert, Timothy Busfield sell items in Michigan estate sale

GENOA TOWNSHIP, Mich. - An estate sale in Michigan sold more than 200 items belonging to “Little House on the Prairie” star Melissa Gilbert and her husband, Emmy-winning actor Timothy Busfield.


Livonia rec center pool due for major renovations later this summer

The leisure pool at the Jack E. Kirksey Recreation Center in Livonia has remained mostly unchanged since the center opened in 2003. That's all about to change this summer. The city's parks and recreation department has planned a major renovation of the leisure pool at the rec center, 15100 Hubbard,


Apparently We Have A Drinking Problem In Michigan

Michigan is known for lots of things, one of them being our craft brew selection. Michigan is quickly becoming the beer capital of the United States. That may not be all it's cracked up to be though, considering we are one of the highest states when it comes to drinking too much. According to Wall S

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Win tickets to the Cottage & Lakefront Living Show

The annual Cottage & Lakefront Living Show is a preseason destination for property and vacation homeowners or those looking to buy, build, rent or maintain cottage and lakefront property. Show goers will find plenty of exhibits for building or renting a cottage, replacing a dock or seawall and addin


Dearborn, Dearborn Heights mayors oppose recreational marijuana

Both Dearborn Mayor John B. O’Reilly and Dearborn Heights Mayor Daniel Paletko said they were opposed to recreational marijuana sales in their respective cities because there was too much uncertainty and too many unanswered questions.


Plymouth actor reflects on her experience in Broadway's smash hit 'Hamilton'

From Beck Road to Broadway, Plymouth native Sabrina Imamura's path to the pinnacle of performing arts has been nothing short of remarkable. A 2009 graduate of Plymouth High School, Imamura flourished in the ensemble role of "Woman 1" in the smash hit Broadway musical "Hamilton" for two months in Nov


Men try to lure 14-year-old girl into sedan by offering candy, Wayne police say

WAYNE, Mich. - A 14-year-old girl was walking home from school Monday when she was approached by two men who offered her candy to get into a sedan, according to Wayne police. The incident happened in the area of Second and Sims streets, police said.