2 girls targeted in stranger danger incidents in Berkley, Chesterfield Township
The Berkley incident happened in the area of Sunnyknoll and Kipling — police say the girl kicked the man, and he ran off.
2 cases of stranger danger have neighborhoods in Berkley, Chesterfield Township on alert
Thankfully the young girls who were targeted were able to get away - but it has students, and parents on edge.
Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson won't run for empty Stabenow Senate seat
Jocelyn Benson stated her intention on social media Friday, saying that despite an outpouring of support she feels the need to stay in her current role.
Arms Open With Love Foundation helps those in need
The foundation also has partners so it can increase its reach in the community, often offering people who live in shelters a grooming make-over.
Scientist says T-Mobile cell equipment on top of Wyandotte school is a health danger
"So we have epidemiological evidence and we have animal evidence, that this type of radiation induces more cancers in animals and in populations," he said.
Scientist says cell phone equipment on top of Wyandotte school tower is a health danger
Dr. Paul Héroux believes the government agencies, who support 5G equipment on properties like schools, are influenced by corporate interests.
Detroit man charged with beating emotional support puppy while owner was hospitalized
Lenard Maurice Shaw was given a $50,000 bond with no 10 percent after being arraigned on charges of second-degree killing/torturing an animal and abandoning/cruelty to one animal. He is accused of recording himself hurting the puppy then sending videos of the attack to its owner.
Genetic testing key for those with family histories of cancer
Excluding skin cancers, colorectal cancer is the third most common cancer diagnosed in adults in the United States.
Brenda Lawrence's new project Spill the Honey builds Black, Jewish relationships
Former Congresswoman Brenda Lawrence retired from politics - but now she's taking on a new role as executive director of Spill the Honey - advancing the relationship between Black and Jewish communities.
Brenda Lawrence's new organization builds relations between Black, Jewish communities
Former Congresswoman Brenda Lawrence retired from politics - but now she's rewired and taking on a new role as executive director of Spill the Honey - advancing the relationship between Black and Jewish communities. Lawrence says the two share common ground.
Growing concern over fungal infection Candida auris
Candida auris is a fungal infection that appears to be resistant to most drugs - and now medical experts are expressing concern about the drug spreading among those most at risk.
Southbound Woodward Ave to close in Pontiac for 2 months
The official spring flower has sprung: the orange barrels are everywhere and for Pontiac, it's about to be really tricky to get around downtown as southbound Woodward will be completely closed for months.
VIDEO: Man who carjacked pizza delivery tries to run across I-75 to get away from police
A man wanted for carjacking a pizza delivery driver in Dearborn led a highspeed chase throughout Metro Detroit and ultimately tried to run across I-75 to evade police.
Road closed ahead: Woodward Ave to be closed in Pontiac for two months
Woodward Ave in Pontiac will be closed fo ra couple of months as MDOT prepares to overhaul the southbound lanes of traffic near the M1 Concourse.
Bodycam video: Police chase violent carjacking suspect through Metro Detroit
A pizza delivery driver was carjacked last week as he was making a run and wound up being run over by his own car before thd river led a high speed chase through Detroit.
Motor City Furry Con evacuated after reported bomb threat in Ypsilanti
Friday afternoon, just as hundreds of people were arriving at an Ypsilanti hotel for the Motor City Furry Convention, a bomb threat was reportedly called in to the hotel, forcing participants, guests, and employees outside.
Motor City Furry Convention evacuated after threat
The start of the Motor City Furry Convention was delayed a bit after a reported bomb threat was called in to the Ypsilanti hotel where they were meeting. Video: @CassidyTheCivet
Whitmer signs repeal of 'right-to-work' bill as Michigan rolls back union-restricting law
Michigan, long known as a mainstay of organized labor, became the first state in decades to repeal a union-restricting law known as "right-to-work" that was passed over a decade ago by a Republican-controlled Legislature.
Judge: Detroit man beat emotional support puppy while dog's owner was hospitalized
A Detroit man is accused of beating an emotional support puppy while the dog's owner was in the hospital.
Man convicted of murder after causing crash that killed his passenger during Warren police chase
A man was found guilty of murder after causing a crash that killed his passenger during a police chase in Warren last year.