An original elevator from the Hudson's building in downtown Detroit is being restored to its former glory at a new home in Bloomfield Hills.
The good news is that nobody was injured but the home is a total loss. FOX 2 photographer Todd Brangen shot incredible video of the fast-moving fire.
A Michigan stranger was eager to help when he heard of a little boy's affinity for Batman, giving Danny a ride in his replica of the 1966 original Batmobile.
A father and his sons love decorating for Halloween, and this season they've set up a larger-than-life display in Bloomfield Hills, Mich.
Now that is feels like Fall, Metro Detroiters are starting to enjoy a beloved Michigan tradition, visiting the cider mill.
This employee, who wished to remain anonymous, says she and some other employees, both Black and white were wearing supporting Black Lives Matter.
Although still waiting for toxicology results, a search warrant was obtained for blood. The suspected drunk driver is not being named other than that to say she's a 51-year-old from Huntington Woods. She was not hurt.
A police sergeant in Bloomfield Hills has died from a cardiac arrest episode late Sunday, the city's police department announced.
A Bloomfield Hills woman is accused of stealing more than $70,000 from an elderly man from 2016 to 2017.
Students stuck at home and missing their friends are wishing they were still learning at school, rather than online. Enter Big Buddies of Bloomfield.
But as of last week, they started also offering appointments for IgG antibody testing. They say the first thing you need to do is make sure you are getting a reliable test.
Pediatric Physician Hannan Alsahlani decided to turn to social media after being faced with the reality that a lack of cleaning supplies and medical equipment could force her practice to close.
Just like everything else these days amid the coronavirus fueled shelter in place order, vet care is going virtual.
Employees and friends mourned the loss of Carl Rose, the founder of Carl's Golfland in Bloomfield Hills.
A swatting phone call is believed to have led to a false call for help to the police in Bloomfield Township.
The mine had been sitting in a box in the caller's basement of his residence on Bloomfield Crossing Street. The online store's email directed the resident to contact local police to have the mine inspected.
"They're thieves. They're cons," said Lt. Paul Schwab, Bloomfield Township police. "This is the what these people do for a living. The website catered to the elderly. They started to ask him for money."
Two men are suspected of walking out of a DICK's Sporting Goods with over $800 in stolen NIKE shoes.
Police are responding to an emergency alert at Bloomfield Hills High School.
A Bloomfield Hills teacher is expanding his lesson plan to YouTube by turning math into music.