Tuesday's stop, at Local 98, a plumbers' union. Biden launched a women's canvass campaign - passing out get out and vote packets and encouraging women to hit the pavement.
Federal officials would not comment on the death of Eric Allport but it's believed he's a part of the anti-government group The Boogaloo Movement and has white separatist connections to Ruby Ridge in Idaho.
FOX 2 has confirmed that when he relocated here he was on parole stemming from a 2003 conviction in Colorado.
According to the FBI, the agent is recovering, while an investigation of the scene is ongoing.
A team of agents was in Madison Heights executing an arrest warrant for Eric Mark-Matthew Allport, a suspect wanted on a federal weapons violation.
It'll be an arduous and costly affair to cleanup the toxic ooze that was first spotted leaking onto I-696 last December with federal and state cleanup crews estimating the price tag at $4 million just this year.
Their months of studies have found there is no threat to the drinking water now or in the past, as the homes around the site get their water from the Detroit River.
A judge has granted the City of Madison Heights permission to tear down a building that leaked toxic chemicals into the ground, at the expense of the business owner who's currently serving time in federal prison.
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Hundreds filled the auditorium of Madison Heights High School and they brought their concerns over the ooze with them.
A Madison Heights woman was mugged in her own driveway, the thief getting away with her husband’s wedding rings that she wore on a chain around her neck.
Madison Heights Police have arrested a man suspected of spraying several racial slurs and references to the KKK on an area business.
The Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy (EGLE) said Friday that there has not been any drinking water contaminated from the green ooze that was found leaking onto 696 in December.
Lawmakers continued conversations regarding the toxic site adjacent to Interstate 696 in Madison Heights.
A judge denied a request to delay a trial that will determine if Electro-Plating Services in Madison Heights will be demolished, and if so, who will foot the bill.
The Environmental Protection Agency is testing 11,000 gallons of water from the contamination industrial site along I-696 in Oakland County from Electro-Plating Services.
The public got to voice concern about the toxic chemicals seen leaching onto I-696. But when it was the council's turn to respond, things got a little emotional.
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State health officials say there is no threat to drinking water from the yellow-green substance that was found oozing onto 696 in Madison Heights.
You can still get your lumber, drywall and tools from Lowe’s just not any hot dogs.