Two teens from Detroit are facing charges in connection with the shooting death of a Warren teen last month.
A Sterling Heights police officer has resigned before he could be disciplined for misconduct after he posted a meme on Facebook that made light of the death of George Floyd.
The victim's daughter and Sterling Heights firefighter were sent to the hospital after trying to save her mom from a fire
Bar and restaurant owners throughout Michigan have seen their hard work evaporate in just 12 months due to closures from the COVID-19 pandemic. Now Macomb County business owners are banding together to sue the state for damages.
Gretta Jackson said the road these past 20 years wasn't easy but it was worth it as she got a title nobody has: the first Black woman to own an Outback Steakhouse in the Detroit area.
As the snow melts away from your roof, it's likely going to start piling up on the edge of your home in the form of ice dams. Here are the quick and easy ways to get it done and prevent it from happening again.
Macomb County has opened a vaccination site in Sterling Heights to allow thousands more to get the COVID-19 vaccine.
It started with a lemonade stand. Now, she's moved into placing donation bins all over Macomb County to collect pet food and toys. to date - she's raised $6,200 worth of supplies for animals.
More than a year after a fatal sucker-punch killed Shawn Kubic, the man who threw the punch was sentenced to at least 8 years in prison.
Kevin Woods allegedly bribed officials for asbestos abatement contracts and illegally performed air quality checks for work done on Detroit demolition projects.
Warren police say this first happened back in November shortly after midnight. Employees say they lock the doors of all the vehicles they service. But this time, the unlucky customer's doors would not lock.
Lauren Tonne, the owner of Peonies & Perfection, discusses planning her own COVID wedding and helping other brides with theirs.
Homes are destroyed after a huge fire rips through an Mt. Clemens apartment building Saturday night
Up to 6 to 9 inches of snow is expected over the course of the next 36 hours as snowmakers push into southeast Michigan.
At least 8 people are sent to the hospital after a fire at the River North Village Apartments in Mount Clemens.
A deputy on patrol in Mount Clemens spotted a large plume of smoke at River North Village Apartment complex. He called for help and went to check out the smoke. That's where he found an apartment complex burning and several residents who had jumped to escape the fire.
"So we had this problem last night and we’ll probably have it again tonight, when the temperatures get down to the single digits, the salt really doesn’t do very much even though we mix it with liquid brine which lowers the active level a little bit," said Craig Bryson, Oakland County Road Commission. "When you’re in the single digits it’s pretty ineffective."
Vaccines appointments for most major health departments in the area have been canceled or rescheduled due to heavy snowfall and disrupted travel.
A Winter Storm Warning is in place for most of southeast Michigan and we could see between 6 and 9 inches of snow by the time this snow storm is done, the most snow we've seen in a single storm in three years.
Schools across southeast Michigan could be closed on Monday, February 15th as a snowmaker makes its way into the area and a winter weather advisory is issued.