It was at 12 Mile and Southfield where Derick Lancaster says he just had enough of his job. He parked the truck full of packages, left the keys inside and took an Uber ride home.
FOX 2 anchor Sherry Margolis says her goodbyes during Live at Eleven and FOX 2 News at 5 p.m. after announcing her retirement after 35 years at WJBK.
In 1984, Sherry Margolis joined Channel 2 from her hometown of Buffalo, New York. Now, after almost 36 years she's saying goodbye.
"We don't ask for an ID, we don't ask if you have a child that attends our school," said Jennifer Green, Supt. of Southfield Public Schools. "We are truly here to serve.
After 35 years as an anchor at FOX 2, Sherry Margolis has announced she is retiring from her position with FOX 2.
Though the pandemic hit hard, a Detroit bookstore owner that specializes in African American culture and literature has been flooded with businesses as people look to learn more about race and social injustice.
Cooper did not press charges back in 2014. At the time she said the guards were poorly trained, but there was no criminal intent. She also believed she couldn't win the case.
A Southfield woman said she was 12-weeks pregnant when she was assaulted by police in January, causing her to miscarry a few weeks later.
Doctors and employees at Northwest Dermatology in Southfield are receiving death threats since they say someone hacked their social media accounts.
Ava's Kitchen opened in April and is fully equipped with a microwave, dishwasher, and fridge. Her father was trying to support another black-owned business and says it's a clean establishment even if it's lacking some things.
The daughter of a 53-year-old man who died late Monday night while running from police said her dad was no peeping tom.
Police said a suspected peeping tom was died after Berkley Police tried to stop him and he led a high-speed chase before crashing another a car.
As the owner of Rich Roots Shampoos Bar in Southfield, Don Hales is used to helping clients look their best. She even keeps in touch with them during the COVID-19 crisis while her salon is still closed.
Neighbors and family teamed up to celebrate a Southfield boy's birthday Friday afternoon.
"It's not a good idea, not the best scenario for the seniors," she said.
An adult program for people with dementia forced to close their doors due to the COVID-19 pandemic turns to Zoom sessions to keep their participants engaged and connect them with their friends during this tough time.
Police are looking for a hit-and-run driver after a 53-year-old man was hit and killed while crossing Eight Mile near Lahser in Southfield Tuesday night.
Over 100 cars showed up to the church service!
Michigan has turned to drive-in church services amid the coronavirus pandemic.
An E.R. nurse with Ascension Health System shared a video on Instagram detailing the severity of the coronavirus in hospitals nowadays.