The Facebook group Livonia Citizens Caring about Black Lives is hoping to see police stop data after erecting a bold billboard accusing the Livonia police of racial profiling.
A Michigan flight attendant who's been grounded from the job because of COVID-19 has brought his love for airplanes and traveling to his basement.
A 46-year-old woman from Livonia has been charged after a confrontation with another woman at a Kroger, in which prosecutors say she intentionally blocked another shopper's car from leaving the parking lot.
A strange confrontation was caught on camera at a Livonia Kroger, where a white woman stood behind a Black woman's car and refused to let her leave the parking lot.
It's not every day you're awarded $5,000 from the Community Choice Foundation to head to college in the fall.
A well-known high school football coach dies 12 hours apart from his wife, complications from COVID-19.
Participating UPS stores are now serving as drop off sites after so many people said they wanted to donate their old iPads - that Rob Wolchek needed some help.
The Wayne County resident who was hospitalized for coronavirus is a resident of Livonia.
Joe DuBose sold everything he had to open the Ultimate Protector House of Champions Martial Arts Academy.
A gun was drawn, the door is locked and a man hopped the counter demanding cash. It was the beginning of a living nightmare for the clerk.
A 2-year-old boy nearly drowned in a hotel swimming pool in Livonia. He struggled to keep his head above water, flailing about to stay afloat before sinking to the pool floor.
A 45-year-old Livonia man is facing charges after police say he used and was in possession of fake money that would have a value of $28,100 if real.
Following a string of fast-food robberies believed to go all the way back to 2018, two people, one 19 years old and the other a juvenile have been arrested and charged with five robberies.
Sauntore Thomas says he went to deposit checks he got from a settlement for a racial discrimination lawsuit against his former employer, but says the person helping him said there was a problem verifying the checks.
The Allen Park man charged with turning donuts while I-94 was brought to stop in December has also been charged with assault at a New Year's Eve party in Livonia.
There was an official ribbon cutting at Anastasia and Katie's Coffee Shop and Cafe, where their motto is "good and strong" and it describes more than just the coffee.
After surveillance of a man suspected of breaking into metro Detroit churches began, officers from several police forces cornered and caught him in the act.
Livonia Police talked a suicidal man away from the edge of a bridge over I-96.
Livonia Police have released dashcam video of them talking a man down from an overpass in mid-December.
Police arrested Alex Boyko on a warrant for allegedly having inappropriate sexual contact with a Redford woman in 2015.