The family's attorneys say between 1999 and 2002 the cemetery changed ownership - unbeknownst to the family - and Isaac Dixon's remains disappeared.
It took Phil and Reed Shagwell a few days or maybe even a week before realizing what was missing. Their prized Oreodont skull originally dug up in South Dakota, had been placed on display at World of Rocks for only for a couple weeks before mustache-wearing man put in his pocket and walked out.
One woman thought her engagement ring was gone forever when her husband told her they should clean their together. It had been 24 years of marriage after all. But, then a dream told her to look at the Dollar Tree, just in case it was still there.
On June 16, 2001, Jason Sizemore was at a bar in Ypsilanti to watch the Detroit Pistons in the playoffs. A fight broke out over a $20 bet at a pool table. Chairs and punches were thrown and amid the chaos, Sizemore was stabbed by Mark Pinnace. As Sizemore laid bleeding to death from his wounds, Pinnace fled the scene. He hasn't been seen since and police believe he flew home to his native country of Honduras. But Sizemore's parents haven't recovered from the death of their son, saying they "would not wish anyone that kind of pain."
A Ypsilanti man was sentenced to life for the murder of his wife on Thursday.
The 27th annual Camaro Superfest kicks off this weekend.
Police in Ypsilanti are investigating after a woman was fatally shot during a home invasion near Eastern Michigan University.
Ypsilanti's Encuentro Latino has been voted to have some of the most authentic Latino cuisine in metro Detroit. Chef Manuel De Paz joined us in the FOX 2 Cooking School to tell us more about his food and its Guatemalan roots.
At the end of month, the largest national multi-sport event for young people in the country is happening in metro Detroit.
Ford vehicles will be throughout the Ypsilanti community on Saturday, June 10 waiting to be stuffed with items for kids.
The annual music event in Ypsilanti called "Totally Awesome Fest" features performances of more than 70 bands. Tonia Music is one of the singer/songwriters performing and they she stopped by The Nine for a taste of what you'll hear.
This is the president's first visit to Michigan since taking office
Harlem Globetrotter Brianna "Hoops" Green joins us on The Nine.
As Jada spread the word about her fundraising efforts, she says people started responding in a big way.
Charles Kettles says he was just doing his job to save 44 lives. For that bravery, he received the nation's highest honor.
A 23-year-old woman was killed Friday when her car stalled on the lodge in the middle of rush hour.