It was around 7 p.m. when a detective with the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office by the name of Matthew Morrison, was right around the corner at the time.
"The answers are out here," she said. "I guess you just have to keep looking."
A 26-year-old man was in cardiac arrest at Kirby and Cass. The officers immediately started running towards him and then began doing CPR.
Since 2017 - The City Walls Project has invested more than half a million dollars in Detroit's art community. The program celebrated the 100th finished mural on Thursday, called "The Spirit" by artist Waleed Johnson.
Legendary former FOX 2 reporter, Al Allen, was inducted into the 2021 Class of the Mich. Journalism Hall of Fame on Oct. 10. The ceremony was held at Michigan State University's Kellogg Conference Center on Oct. 10.
It's Dr. Asha Shajahan's patient care, compassion for our vulnerable populations, and tireless efforts to close healthcare gaps and educate those around her, that earned her the Eleanor Josaitis Unsung Hero Award.
A 79-year-old Sterling Heights man was running all over town trying to find what he needed to hook up his new TV for his wife when he was stopped for speeding. But police didn't give him a ticket. Instead - they hooked up his TV for him.
A Metro Detroit Women’s Life group decided to surprise waitstaff across the Detroit area with tips far beyond the typical 15-percent gratuity.
Irvin Franklin Rice was a 22-year-old sailor from Detroit - a Navy radioman Third Class aboard the U.S.S Oklahoma when the battleship was torpedoed and capsized on December 7th, 1941. Now his family is preparing for a proper burial - finally.
"(By) design(ing) it as a general store, so we can really showcase their crafts and developing their independence and creativity," said Broadwell.
5-year-old Ida Morrow sold painted rocks and other handmade trinkets to raise money and buy socks for the homeless in Detroit.
Addressed to Chris and Frankie Plummer - from Ray and Wilma - the postcards are from Aruba, Bermuda, Finland and the Netherlands, detailing concerts and song festivals and appearances on the BBC.
Now, 15 years after the crash, Wills - a wife and a mother - is living a full life. "You can go through horrible things but that’s not who you are," she said. "If it’s part of your story but it’s not who you are."
Officers in Boulder, Colo. helped a 3-year-old girl free her head from two steel bars.
Her friend Dasia Dubord was killed in Detroit in February when someone fired shots into the car she was riding in.
"We try to make magical moments and some special experiences for those that we serve," said Ziad Kassab.
Back in 2010 the Macomb woman was diagnosed with brain cancer. The life expectancy with the disease is just one year. Janet Kanan gathered all her strength and blew the life expectancy away. More than 10 years later she is healthy and busy.
"Every time we go to a park and he sees (a police officer) he's like, I want to say hi and that's what we do," said his mom, Jaime Vanderhovel. "Rainbow Connection made this happen today and I'm just speechless."
Joe Warne and an unknown number of walkers will start Thursday morning just after 8 a.m. and head west, hitting the 9/11 Memorial Saturday in Lansing, ushered in by the fire department there. Symbolic and fitting for his overall mission.
Lynn Sanders retired as a detective sergeant from the Michigan State Police, his son Londale is just getting started.