Dearborn man suspected of fleeing U.S. to fight with the Islamic State captured in Syria
Democrats competing to be Michigan’s next governor will face off Thursday night in their second and final televised debate before the Aug. 7 primary.
Probe of allegations against former journalism director found flirty messages that violated school rules
RTA will vote Thursday on whether to approve updated new regional mass transit master plan
Horror sequel unfolds on a computer screen but trades its plausibility for cheap scares
Joaquin Phoenix, Jonah Hill and Jack Black all do notable work in Gus Van Sant's off-balance John Callahan biopic
Administration officials said the new rules would advance conservation.
Reaching 330 mph in less than 4 seconds, the Charger SRT Hellcat NHRA Funny Car will debut this weekend in Denver.
Putin offered to allow the U.S. to question 12 Russians in exchange for permitting Russia to interview several Americans
A worst-case spill from the Enbridge Energy Line 5 pipeline through the Straits of Mackinac would impact more than 400 miles of shoreline.
The auto industry implored President Trump on Thursday to pump the brakes on a proposal to impose tariffs on imported cars.
A new report from the Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of Inspector General said state and federal problems led to the Flint water crisis.
Tow titan Gasper Fiore bought politicians and ruined honest government, feds say
Cantina Diablo's and Red Fox English Pub will become Diamonds Steak & Seafood and Pinky's
Detroit auto show organizer scouted outdoors Goodwood Festival of Speed in Great Britain over the weekend to gather ideas for a more hands-on community event.
Senate Democrats have been pushing for testimony from the interpreter to determine if Trump made any deals with Putin
Owner of the The Detroit Mercantile Co. has apologized after spitting on a security guard Tuesday.
Trump said Thursday he wants a second meeting with Putin to start implementing ideas they discussed at the summit
Trump’s answer of “no” when asked if Russia was still targeting elections wasn’t what it appeared, says the White House.
Five years after Detroit's historic bankruptcy filing, the city has risen from financial ruin to a promising future few could have predicted
Jack Lessenberry, who resigned as head of WSU journalism program, would have been fired for harassment if he hadn't resigned, report finds
Trump promised "big results" from better relations with Russia and hit back at "haters"
The Michigan Supreme Court on Wednesday will hear oral arguments over a potential ballot proposal to create an independent redistricting commission.
Five years after Chapter 9 bankruptcy, Detroit's reinvention traces upward arc to revival, new narrative of success
Munising has gone from a ghost town to a boom town in a few years as the summer influx of tourists threatens to destroy the national lakeshore
Snyder helps launch start of work at Detroit site of Gordie Howe bridge in Delray neighborhood
Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette and others respond to controversial comments about Russia by President Donald Trump, who backtracked Tuesday
Tow titan Gasper Fiore launches bid for leniency in Macomb corruption scandal
Michigan needs to meet requirements of federal education law, according to U.S. Department of Education
Michigan lawmakers express dismay after President Donald Trump downplayed Russia's interference in the 2016 election
Flint Judge William Crawford approved an agreement reducing charges of second-degree murder in the October death of Kenneth White, 32, of Mt. Morris
Flooding the luxury and pickup markets with models, Ford F-series and Mercedes have few peers.
The federal suit, filed by three people, alleges police violated their 14th Amendment due process rights by seizing their vehicles
Michigan State Police said girl was trying to get help for father, who was involved in alleged drunk driving crash near Merriman
Police responded to a 911 call about a felonious assault. As they stood on the porch of a house, someone fired a shot at them, forcing them to flee the porch and take cover.
A former lawmaker with multiple felonies and an ex-legislator with a suspended law license are among the Democrats vying to replace Sen. Bert Johnson
In 2016 Detroit News interview, then-candidate Donald Trump claimed he was "having fun" when he said Russia should find Clinton's deleted emails