MACKINAC ISLAND, Mich. (FOX 2) - Charlie Langton discusses education with several officials at the Mackinac Policy Conference.
A dead judge who was dismembered by his son left an $800,000 estate. So who gets it?
The son was found guilty of dismembering his body, but not murdering him.
Should he inherit his $800,000 estate? That's the question at the center of a bizarre trial that's stretched from Michigan to Florida.
James "Skip" Scandirito was a former Macomb County District Judge. However, after he resigned from the bench in 2000 due to allegations of fixing tickets for sexual favors, he retired to Florida. Then residents of Boca Raton stumbled across a frightening sight in March of 2018.Read the full story
Pay your bills, taxes and tickets with Detroit's newest outdoor kiosk
Now there's an even easier way to get separated from your money.
Granted, this way is endorsed by the city of Detroit.
There are 70 kiosks that dot the metro Detroit landscape. You can pay bills, taxes and even parking tickets.Read the full story
High water levels plaguing metro Detroit, Harrison Township roads underwater
Stop if you've heard this one before: Water levels are high.
They're high on Lake Huron, where the Detroit River is spilling over into the city. They're high on Lake Erie, magnifying the likelihood of harmful algal blooms occurring. They're high on Lake Superior, where the lake will likely break records for water height this summer.
And yes, the water levels in your community are probably high as well.Read the full story
Police surround home in search for domestic violence suspect in Highland Park
2 elementary schools voted to close in Grosse Pointe
Ford Fireworks dazzle downtown Detroit
Detroit area Nurses Inspire Nurses support group takes off nationwide
Chesterfield Township community beset with flooding as water rises