A Mount Morris man was killed when a large rock crashed through the windshield of a vehicle.
Federal prosecutors push back against attempt to toss sex crime in nation’s first female genital mutilation case
Gov. Rick Snyder suspends State Police chief Kriste Etue’s pay for five days over social media post
An Arizona man who posted bond and fled the state was was arrested Wednesday in Detroit after a traffic stop.
Eric Scott, who handled the case that resulted in parental rights being granted to a rapist, leaves prosecutor’s office
Officials say the suspects also took a couple of Bluetooth speakers.
Political action committee supporting Coleman A. Young II attacks Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan over city demolition program
Dingell was joined by U.S. Rep. Joe Kennedy III, D-Mass., school officials and local police and fire chiefs
Officials said the new image replaces common loon's likeness.
State Rep. Tim Greimel is the fourth Democrat to enter the primary race for retiring GOP U.S. Rep. Dave Trott’s seat
Cooperation highlights Detroit’s bid for retail giant’s second headquarters
“Visionary design mind” says hip hop culture can help cure the sins of architecture, design and gentrification
Michigan efforts were part of a nationwide crackdown that recovered 84 children and captured 120 traffickers
Suspect aimed gun at officers, police said
New float will be longest and tallest to roll through Detroit’s streets Nov. 23
The immigration enforcement agency is looking for possible Detroit area detention sites to house immigration violators
Fans celebrate in the arena plaza before the Pistons season opener at Little Caesars Arena against the Charlotte Hornets
Tom Camp, a 77-year-old Livonia resident, has driven for UPS for 55 years without an accident
The molestations started when she was 13, she posted on Twitter
Global Detroit released a study showing major economic impacts and contributions made by refugees in southeast Michigan
Court documents shed light on search for assets tied to $4.5 million FCA-UAW corruption scandal
State panel approved $2.6 million Tuesday to pay for Attorney General Bill Schuette’s Flint water criminal probe
Redford police call on virtual friends to land Michael Zaydel in custody
A Port Huron woman and her mom released letters they wrote to a judge nearly nine years ago about Christopher Mirasolo
Two Detroit police officers recently got a taste of life and death during the same shift
A poll suggests 50 million insured Americans have been denied essential treatments
The GOP-led Legislature is pre-empting local control by banning communities from pursuing laws it deems costly
State education officials say getting families to sign up for free and reduced-price lunch is how to address problem
Former U.S. Rep. Kerry Bentivolio is forming an exploratory committee to run for the congressional seat he lost in 2014.
Activists say woman’s captivity underscores need to bolster efforts to restrict practice, ID victims
In John Park, 70, was arrested after authorities say he threatened a worker at the Spirit ticket counter
Fort Street, the beginning and end of the Detroit Free Press Marathon, has been closed Saturday morning to traffic
Demolition of the Detroit Lions' old home could take “six to eight months” from when it begins
Viranel Clerard spends 40 hours a week photographing murals downtown and in the neighborhoods of Detroit
Tigers star is being sued by a woman who says he isn’t paying enough to support two children he fathered with her
Google Detroit office would be near Henry Street, sources say.