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Convicted metro Detroit serial rapist receives 50-88 years, tells judge 'f--- you'

Ikeie Smith, 33, convicted of nearly three dozen rape and home invasion cases across metro Detroit.
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  • New figures show population continues to decline

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  • Man murdered on own doorstep, killer still on the loose 2 years later

  • Detroiters refute population drop report

  • Softball-sized brick thrown through car window, hits 2-year-old in head

  • Teens go on robbery spree, take hostages at Detroit CVS

  • Shipping container transformed into riverfront maritime museum

  • Third sexual assault case filed against attorney Mike Morse

National News

  • Arrest warrant issued for suspect in assault of disabled man

  • Trump travel ban blocked; fight headed for Supreme Court

  • Lawsuit alleges General Motors cheated on diesel pickup truck emissions

  • Chris Cornell's wife writes letter: 'I know that was not you'

  • From fame to shame: Playmate to do time scrubbing graffiti

  • Detroit plays tough in accidental shootings involving kids

Hall of Shame

  • Copycat contractor has criminal past, imitates Bloomfield business

  • Hall of Shame: Estate company only adds to grief, say victims

  • Businessman Robert Shumake comes to court - but not alone

  • Hall of Shame: Robert Shumake - big shot busted

  • Problem Solvers: The case of the no-show judge

  • Hall of Shame: Sports wear CEO strikes out

More Local News

  • 2-year-old critically injured by brick thrown through car window

  • DCFC hosting Detroit Cougars 50th Anniversary Match May 27

  • New figures show Detroit's population continues to decline, but may show promise

  • 16-year-old suspect injured in shootout with police during attempted robbery

  • Victim of San Diego pool party rampage returns home to metro Detroit

  • I.C.E agents stand by their arrests at Ann Arbor restaurant; owner outraged by arrests

What's hot

  • Study: More millennials want traditional household roles

  • From fame to shame: Playmate to do time scrubbing graffiti

  • Police catch pigeon with backpack full of drugs

  • Mom who went to every class with quadriplegic son gets honorary MBA

  • Okla. 4th grade class witnesses burglary, help police nab suspects

  • United Kingdom leaders, celebrities react to deadly incident at Ariana Grande Concert in Manchester

Let it Rip

  • The Trump campaign and Russia; impeachment talk

  • Trump, Comey, Russia and public relations

  • Let It Rip Weekend: Are charges for teen who shot police too high?

  • Let It Rip Weekend: Teen accused of shooting 2 officers protecting family or being reckless?

  • Is Obamacare dead; Trump's religious freedom executive order

  • Let It Rip Weekend: Female Genital Mutilation


  • EXCLUSIVE: Miller goes one-on-one with Van Gundy

  • WATCH: Woodriffe with LPGA star Lexi Thompson

  • Kinsler, Iglesias lead Tigers to 6-3 win over Astros

  • Ebron 'we look good on paper' plus update after first open OTA

  • Wolverines' Wagner staying in school, Wilson to NBA

  • Astros power by Tigers 6-2

Fox 2 Mornings

  • Rising Detroit R&B singer Katrina Carson to perform at Music Hall

  • University Prep Science and Math school teams become national chess champions

  • The Portraits at John Cowley Pub May 26

  • 6th Annual Ya'ssoo Greek Festival May 26-28

  • Cuppy's Best Bistro opening May 27 in Ypsilanti

  • Brownie's on the Lake's annual Summer Launch Party May 28

Chapter 10

  • Try Golf & Tennis for Free Day in Detroit is April 23

  • How Coleman Young got Joe Louis Arena built, and kept the Red Wings in Detroit

  • From Detroit's East Side to the Desert: The unlikely journey of Jalen Smereck

  • Wrap up 2016 by laughing at us! Our best miscues and mistakes

  • They ran for office, now they just run

  • Touring Detroit's progress, shortcomings from the seat of a pedal pub


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