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Ford F-150 rolls off assembly line in 52 seconds after workers return
"We build one F-150 every 52 seconds at this plant," said Ford spokeswoman Kelli Felker, who was on site by 5:30 a.m. "It was beautiful to see, just beautiful."
Dearborn Heights man arraigned in fatal shooting of customer at gas station
DETROIT —A 26-year-old gas station clerk has been arraigned in the fatal shooting of a customer inside the west side Detroit business.According to the Wayne County prosecutor’s Office, Rami Ali Jaber of Dearborn Heights appeared Tuesday in 36th District Court on first-degree murder and gun charges.P
Case of Hepatitis A confirmed in worker at Woodhaven pizza restaurant
Symptoms include abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, dark urine, clay colored stool, fever, chills, yellow skin and eyes. They occur between 15 and 50 days after exposure and can last for several weeks to months.
Ford’s Dearborn Truck Plant re-starts F-150 production
Ford shuttered the Kansas City plant quickly after a May 2 fire and explosion at Meridian Magnesium Products in Eaton Rapids. The Dearborn Truck Plant followed on May 8, stopping all F-150 production. The Super Duty, built at the Kentucky Truck Plant, was affected. That production is expected to res
He knew his lotto ticket was winner. He had no idea it was this much
"I scratched off the numbers on the ticket, but not the prizes," Hardin told the Michigan Lottery. "When I saw the money symbol, I assumed I’d won my money back, so I stuck the ticket in my pocket."
VIDEO: Dearborn police seek assistance in identifying men wanted in connection to automobile thefts
According to authorities, early in the morning May 9, many unlocked vehicles in Dearborn were broken into. Police said a handgun, wallets, credit cards and several other personal items were stolen from the unlocked vehicles.
Woman found beaten in Detroit field dies
Police said the woman, determined to be about 30 to 35 years old, had been beaten and was covered in blood. She was nude.
From panic to triumph: Behind the scenes of Ford's epic F-150 restart
“The whole world would shut down,” said Joe Hinrichs, president of global operations for Ford.
Family wants answers as suspect in man's murder free on bond, goes on crime spree, killed by police
Larry Melton Sr. lost his son, Larry Melton Jr., then watched his suspected killer shoot, kidnap and carjack his way across Metro Detroit. He says that man, Larry's roommate Allan Farris, should have never been on the streets.
Man charged with shooting delivery driver who blocked his vehicle in Walgreens lot
ANN ARBOR, MI - An Ann Arbor man is accused of shooting a delivery driver who blocked his vehicle in the parking lot of a Walgreens store near the University of Michigan campus the night of Monday, May 14.
Saline still under boil water advisory after large water main break
"The MDEQ requires two successive rounds of negative (good) results before a boil water advisory can be lifted," city officials said. "The second round of samples was collected the afternoon of May 17, 2018. The results will be released as soon as they are available."
Large water main break in Saline causes city-wide loss of pressure, boil water advisory
SALINE, Mich. (WXYZ) - A large water main break in the city of Saline has caused a city-wide drop in water pressure and will eventually call for a boil water advisory.According to the city, the water main broke at Michigan and Maple, and crews are now working to isolate the break.The city says that
Dangerous Intersection: Cars continuously 'fly' through homeowner's front yard
ROMULUS, Mich. (WXYZ) - Sonja Brandon's front yard has turned into a danger zone. Car debris litters her property. Over the past several months, she said she's come across airbags, tail lights, bumpers mirrors, and the list goes on.
Convicted stalker gets another 15-35 years for threatening to kill his ex-wife
That's the punishment a Washtenaw County judge handed down on Tuesday, concluding Beverly deserves a stiff sentence for threatening to kill his wife, Nicole.
Street closings OK'd for several upcoming Ann Arbor festivals, events
ANN ARBOR, MI - It's that time of year when festivals and other fun events take over Ann Arbor's streets.For those who want to mark their calendars, the City Council recently approved street closings for the following seven events:(Click the links for details.)June 2 --Live on WashingtonJune 3 --Tas
Aspiring young nurse from Detroit killed in her own driveway
It happened Sunday, March 11, around 9 p.m. on Mark Twain near Joy Road on the city's west side. At just 23 years old, Keyaira Cheatham sat with her boyfriend in the back of her Ford Escape, when an unknown suspect fired shots into the car, killing Keyaira.
Ford to resume production of F-150 on Friday
“While the situation remains extremely dynamic, our teams are focused on returning our plants to full production as fast as possible,” said Joe Hinrichs, Ford president, Global Operations. “The ramp-up time to full production is improving every day.”
16-year-old girl missing since Friday after she was dropped off at Detroit School of Arts
She attends the Detroit School of Arts on Selden Street, near Woodward Avenue, where she was last seen by her mother at about 8:45 a.m.
Michigan State to pay Larry Nassar victims $500 million in settlements
The settlement, which covers all 332 current claimants, will cost Michigan State $500 million. The school will pay $425 million now and hold $75 million in reserve in case other Nassar victims come forward.
Woman fired for bringing laxative-filled brownies to coworker's send off, police say
SALINE, MI - A 47-year-old Adrian woman lost her job after police determined she put laxatives in a departing co-worker's going-away brownies. Police were called on May 3 to MMI Engineered Solutions, 1715 Woodland Drive in Saline, after the company received a tip from an employee that the woman plan