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Michigan man ordered to raise awareness on gun safety after toddlers shot at his home

DEARBORN, Mich. - Timothy Eubanks was sentenced Friday to two years of probation after he pleaded guilty last year to six counts of second-degree child abuse in connection with the shooting of two 3-year-old children at an unlicensed daycare in Dearborn.


Wayne County Sheriff's deputy resigns after investigation into past criminal sexual offenses

DETROIT - An investigation into former Wayne County Sheriff's Reserve Deputy Mark Zarkin is raising questions from officials from Wayne and Macomb counties. Zarkin reportedly pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting a 20-year-old incapacitated woman. He served jail time and had to register as a sex off


Repairs to close Anthony Wayne Trail lanes both ways Saturday

Pothole repairs will close lanes Saturday on the Anthony Wayne Trail in both directions at varying locations between Copland Boulevard and Glendale Avenue, the city transportation division said.


Amazon investing $700 million in Plymouth company

PLYMOUTH TOWNSHIP, Mich. (FOX 2) - A Plymouth Township company is getting a big fiscal boost from Amazon. "It's great news for Rivian because it shows they're getting needed funds to take them to the next level," said Plymouth Township Supervisor Kurt Heise.


Illinois authorities searching for Wayne County escaped inmate

The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office, Fairfield Police, and US Marshall’s are searching for an escaped inmate. Deputies say 32-year-old Eric Willett escaped from work release.


Court: OK For Wayne County To Seize Man’s Car For 3 Years

Stephen Nichols was driving an uninsured vehicle when he was pulled over July 2, 2015, by the Lincoln Park Police Department. His car was impounded because he had fake proof of insurance.


Michigan Governor Blasts Story About Her Appearance

LANSING, Mich. (AP) – Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer on Thursday criticized a Detroit TV station’s decision to air a story about the reaction to the dress she wore during her State of the State speech, which featured numerous unflattering or sexist comments about her physical appearance from social


Looking for fun this weekend? Check out one of these events

Not planning on taking that special someone out for Valentine's Day on Feb. 14? No worries, there's still plenty of time to share the love this weekend. If you didn't celebrate last weekend, be sure to head out this weekend for some fun. Here's three things happening across the Hometown Life communi


Suspicious man reportedly follows student from bus stop

A "stranger danger" situation was reported to the Canton Township Police Department on Friday, Feb. 15, near the intersection of Crowndale and Overhill. At approximately 3:40 p.m., A female student saw an unknown male following her slowly as she walked away from her bus stop. The suspect, who was al


Man accidentally fires gun inside Michigan Walmart bathroom

A man accidentally fired a gun inside a Walmart store in Northern Michigan on Thursday afternoon. According to WLUC, police responded to reports of a gunshot inside the Walmart store in Ironwood, Michigan.


New Stella's introduces French creole menu to downtown Plymouth

The furry and friendly namesake of Plymouth's newest restaurant is still getting accustomed to the freight trains that rumble past her owner's latest venture at 885 Starkweather Road.


Wayne County Treasurer responds to controversy

DETROIT (FOX 2) - A Wayne Couny treasurer is in hot water for property purchases his wife has made. After news came out that Eric Sabree's wife had purchased around 10 properties at tax foreclosure auctions, there have been calls for him to resign. However, he doesn't see the purchases as illegal.


100 Chihuahuas flown from overcrowded California shelters to Michigan

DETROIT - Chihuahuas who were at overcrowded and underfunded shelters in California will now be searching for new homes in Michigan after a flight across the country. The Michigan Humane Society, Michigan Animal Rescue League and Friends for Animals of Metro Detroit teamed up with Compassion Without


Disturbing details released from probe of suspended Michigan funeral home

Michigan’s Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs shared grisly details Friday, Feb. 15 concerning its now completed investigation into a funeral home where 63 fetal and infant remains were found improperly stored.


Wayne County Tax Foreclosure Critic: 'It's not only About Sabree, it is a System'

If you didn't hear the big news this week, Wayne County Treasurer Eric Sabree, who has foreclosed on thousands of Detroit households with delinquent taxes, knowingly or unknowingly allowed his family to buy tax-foreclosed properties from the auction he oversees in violation of his office's rules.


Michigan will issue March and April food stamp benefits early

The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) will issue food assistance benefits early for the months of March and April. MDHHS said it plans to issue the benefits early to reduce the gap between benefit payments that happened due to the partial government shutdown.


Canton, Plymouth charter school students earn website design honors

Students from Canton's Achieve Charter Academy and Plymouth Scholars Charter Academy took home first place in the Michigan Council of Women in Technology (MCWT) Foundation’s 13th annual website design competition, the longest-running website design competition for girls in the state.


Masked robber armed with semi-automatic handgun steals cash from Livonia gas station

LIVONIA, Mich. - A masked robber armed with a semi-automatic handgun stole cash from a Livonia gas station and got away before police arrived, officials said. The man walked into the Speedway gas station at 31374 Schoolcraft Road near Merriman Road around 3:20 a.m. Thursday, police said.


Alleged drug dealer charged in death of Michigan City overdose victim

MICHIGAN CITY — A man was arrested in connection with the death of a 31-year-old woman who died from a heroin overdose in Michigan City. Scott A. Clemons, 29, of Michigan City, was charged with dealing a controlled substance resulting in death, a level 1 felony, according to a news release from the


Want to grill out on the water? These Plymouth-Canton grads will sell you a floating grill

Mikey Bashawaty loves to spend time out on the lake. Whether it's Belleville Lake in Belleville or Bruin Lake in Pinckney, it's difficult to not find him out on his boat during the summer months each weekend. But a challenge arose nearly every time the Livonia resident would dock near a sandbar for