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Wayne County Sheriff's Office warns about misleading calls
WAYNE COUNTY, Mich. - The Wayne County Sheriff's Office is warning citizens about misleading calls being made in its name. According to the WCSO, the calls are being made by someone claiming to be calling on behalf of the agency.
West Michigan family evacuated after violence during Haiti mission trip
ALLEGAN, Mich. — A West Michigan family was evacuated from the home they were staying in the mountains after violence broke out during a missionary trip to Haiti. The U.S. State Department told people not to travel Haiti due to the crime and civil unrest. All non-emergency U.S. personnel and their f
50 mph winds, possible 'bomb cyclone' could hit Michigan
Power outages and flying patio chairs could be the scene this weekend as a powerful low pressure storm system moves from the Central Plains toward the Great Lakes. Southeast Michigan could see wind gusts of 50 mph on Sunday, said Ian Lee, a meteorologist for the National Weather Service in White Lak
This Michigan Bakery Has Possibly The Best Paczki Filling
Paczki Day will soon be here, I'm starting to think of what kind of paczki I'm gonna get. For the longest time, blueberry jelly was my go-to flavor. Then I discovered bavarian creme filling and it was all over from there. But I just recently discovered a bakery in Michigan that has, quite possibly,
Cities in Michigan with the most affordable housing
Housing affordability is a top consideration when determining where to live. In 2018, the economy was strong and real estate prices went up. In 2019, many are predicting a downturn in the housing market.
Stack’s State of the City speech highlights progress, promise
TRENTON – Eleven new businesses, $10 million in new construction and the elimination of all but one vacant property launched Mayor Kyle Stack’s State of the City address Feb. 4 at Westfield Center.
Michigan Woman Uses Motorized Scooter To Rob Walmart
This Walmart scooter bandit thought she had this theft in the bag. I'm not sure what's going on at the Woodhaven, MI Walmart. But we just covered the story yesterday of the woman attempting to steal a birthday cake from this store before getting locked up. The suspect in today's story had an interes
Detroit man sentenced 3 to 15 years in prison for sex trafficking
DETROIT - A 34-year-old man from Detroit was sentenced Thursday for his involvement in sex trafficking. Aaron Streety was sentenced in Oakland County Circuit Court to three to 15 years in prison. He was charged in May 2018 and pleaded guilty to one count of human trafficking – forced labor causing c
West Michigan woman sentenced for stealing patients' Valium
GRAND RAPIDS — A former Kalamazoo woman was sentenced to over six years in federal prison for stealing Valium from her special needs patients Wednesday, Feb. 20. Kristie Ann Mollohan, 42, currently lives in Cosby, Tenn., but was living and working in West Michigan in August 2016. At the time, she wa
Michigan State Police: Get ready for widespread, lengthy power outages
MID-MICHIGAN (WJRT) (2/22/2019) - Consumers Energy is planning ahead for the prospect of widespread power outages caused by high winds this weekend. The National Weather Service has issued a High Wind Watch for all of Mid-Michigan along and south of U.S. 10 for Sunday. A Winter Storm Watch is in eff
Trenton Grosse Ile Weather Forecast For The Weekend Ahead
TRENTON GROSSE ILE, MI — Time for your weekend weather forecast, as reported by Darksky. Partly cloudy until afternoon. Rain starting in the evening. Windy and mostly cloudy throughout the day.
Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy will take over Flint water cases
LANSING, Mich. - Michigan Solicitor General Fadwa Hammoud announced that Wayne County Prosecutor Kym L. Worthy and her office, at the request of Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel, will be working in tandem with Hammoud to investigate and prosecute the Flint criminal cases.
Michigan appeals court: Medical pot patient can be denied job
A Dimondale woman whose employment offer was rescinded after a positive marijuana screen may appeal her case to the Michigan Supreme Court. An appellate panel ruled this week that Michigan’s medical marijuana law did not protect Angela Eplee from the Lansing Board of Water and Light’s workplace drug
VIDEO: Man dances during field sobriety test after car crashes into Detroit home
DETROIT - One person was taken into custody after crashing an SUV into a house Friday morning on Detroit's east side this morning. The crash happened in the area of East Outer Drive near Promenade just before 4 a.m. No injuries have been reported.
Marijuana most prevalent drug in Michigan roadside testing, police find
A trial program of a five-minute roadside drug test conducted last year in Michigan found most of the drivers suspected of impairment had marijuana in their system. The Michigan State Police have wrapped up their report on the pilot program, which put Alere DDS2 saliva test devices in the hands of 3
Police: Couple thought plot to murder Michigan soldier untraceable on Snapchat
ST. JOSEPH, Mich. - A woman and her boyfriend were deployed with the U.S. Army in South Korea when they conspired via Snapchat to kill her husband so she could claim the life insurance money, police in Michigan said.
GM extends production at Detroit factory until early 2020
(Reuters) - General Motors Co said on Friday it had extended the production at its Detroit Hamtramck plant until January 2020, against an earlier plan to discontinue production in June this year.
Michigan Eats Honda Accord
If a street has been barricaded for construction, it’s not wise to drive past those barricades, lest you injure a construction worker. There also might be a massive hole in the street, like this one, on Goodson Street in Hamtramck, Michigan.
Lawsuit alleges co-worker and his boss wife sexually harassed Michigan deputy
A Wayne County Sheriff’s deputy has filed a gender discrimination and sexual harassment lawsuit after she says her male co-worker sexually harassed her and that her boss — the co-worker’s wife — let it happen.
A Wild Twist: Chief Judge Orders Colleague To Pass Through Public Security Checkpoint
A longstanding beef between 36th District Court judge Kahlilia Yvette Davis and the courthouse's chief judge, Nancy Blount, took a strange turn Friday, when Blount reportedly issued an order barring Davis from bringing weapons to work and using an entrance used by other judges. Instead, Blount said