A former priest is headed to trial in connection with criminal sexual conduct cases from when he was at Wyandotte and Farmington churches.
"Crews are on 12-hour shifts trying to maintain and reopen streets and assess all of the damage," said Charles Eudy, Farmington, Superintendent of Public Works.
Wednesday’s storm made a mess of Metro Detroit and the Farmington area was one of the hardest hit. Downed trees blocked roads, and downed wires to freeways.
Greysteel Strength and Conditioning gym owner John Sullivan went from being a doctor to a gym owner to keep the mature crowd living longer and feeling stronger than ever before.
According to court documents in November of 2019, Marcus was a junior at Central High School, when he received a threat from another student. That's when a teacher, Ellen Ely, intervened by allegedly using a word that has left Marcus with emotional scars.
In a statement from the hospital's CEO, John Fox called the rising numbers "very troubling and alarming." and pleaded with everyone to work together. "We cannot do this alone. We need everyone’s help immediately.”
Two teens were arraigned on charges after the Farmington Zap Zone was shot up last month.
Last Wednesday, a group visiting an arcade on Grand River shot up the front door after an altercation with another party. Police are still searching for the suspects.
Police are at the scene of a reported shooting at Zap Zone, a laser tag and arcade in Farmington Wednesday night. No victims have come forward or been found, police said.
Two board members and the superintendent of Farmington's school district resigned from their positions last night, amid a big shakeup in leadership on the board.
Farmington Public Schools will resume in-person learning on November 9 with a split schedule every day of the week.
The Farmington Civic Theater, an iconic business in Farmington is still shut down because of the pandemic, but they're getting creative to keep the cash flowing.
Eight students spoke on Wednesday about accusations that a former teacher of their sexually groomed and assaulted them for years and the schools did nothing to stop him.
Since 1923, American Legion Post 346 has helped their community in countless ways. They organize the Memorial Day Parade, spread the American spirit in schools, and even let some community organizations use their hall for free.
We talk with Huafone Technology about its touchless intercom system that's helping protect and save many businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A program in Oakland County that helps foster care parents and children is in desperate need of donations.
It is rivalry week in high school football and one of the biggest games is in Farmington Friday night.
Souper Bowl is a restaurant in Farmington that offers a wide variety of freshly made soups, sandwiches and salads.
HOUR Detroit Magazine editor Steve Wilke and Chris Kurtz from Browndog Creamery join us in the FOX 2 Cooking School.
We visit Salon Legato in downtown Farmington for some tips on refreshing our summer hair and skin.