The Arts, Beats & Eats music lineup has been released. Numerous artists spanning genres will perform during the Labor Day Weekend festival.
Experience the Detroit Zoo after hours while enjoying alcoholic drinks this weekend during the adult-only Summer Sips.
Every bike is modified to fit each kid's specific needs.
She got the idea to make the signs after the US Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade last week ending the constitutional right to abortion.
"She passed today during a veterinary procedure meant to manage Kisa’s arthritis symptoms and improve her quality of life. Her absence leaves a hole in our hearts, and she will be missed by staff and guests alike."
Police will be strictly enforcing driving laws and patrolling parking lots on Woodward Avenue.
The newest member of Royal Oak Beaumont Hospital’s security team doesn't wear a badge, but this German Shepherd can sniff out a problem right away - meet 20-month-old Eros.
A 4-year-old boy with epilepsy overcame his fear of going to the hospital by dressing as the Hulk.
"We're here to help the children and it's a blessing."
The Detroit Zoo is hosting Tri-County Senior Day on Wednesday for Macomb, Oakland, and Wayne County residents.
Explore the Detroit Zoo while helping blood cancer patients this weekend.
Washington Street will be the main thorough-fair but veterans we spoke with, say portions of the route will be difficult for disabled and elderly veterans.
Lane is the son of a firefighter, and plays lacrosse, but it’s his latest challenge that’s brought a Metro Detroit community together over hockey.
Two people died and dozens more were injured Friday when an incredibly rare EF 3 tornado ripped through the city of Gaylord. With wind speeds of up to 150 MPH, the tornado left a 16-mile-long path of destruction.
Eve Collon had grown used to needles after the series of blood tests she had following a diagnosis for a disorder. But she also grew used to the color patch she received after.
Detroit zoo officials theorized it may have gone missing as a result of a raptor, but have no idea what happened to the joey.
The 'No Mow May' movement continues to build support around Michigan. Ann Arbor jumped on the initiative earlier this year.
"This has never happened before here," said Scott Carter, the Chief Life Science Officer with the Detroit Zoological Society.
The proposal for a designated smoking spot for weed was narrowly rejected during a meeting in Royal Oak Monday night.
A woman in a wheelchair fell into the road in Royal Oak and was struck and killed by a vehicle.