In another text, Rep. Steve Marino told Rep. Mari Manoogian “You’re truly the worst human being I’ve ever met. I mean that with the utmost sincerity. Just a parasite.” The two had a previous relationship that ended more than a year ago.
Three teens have been charged as adults with the vicious beating of a teen with autism last month in Howell.
The letters claimed to be from the "Coalition of Moral Telecommunications" and made demands of phone companies like AT&T and Verizon. They were found at several tower sites last month.
Karl Bohnak began working at WLUC in Marquette in 1988. He says the Upper Peninsula was one of the most challenging places in the U.S. for weather forecasting.
The father of a 7-year-old Michigan girl whose hair was cut by a teacher without her parents’ permission has filed a $1 million lawsuit.
The FBI made “fundamental” errors in investigating sexual abuse allegations against former USA Gymnastics national team doctor Larry Nassar and did not treat the case with the “utmost seriousness,” the Justice Department’s inspector general said Wednesday.
Detroit police are looking for a drive who crashed into a gas pump while doing donuts last month.
Tiki Green says prior to the Florida trip, Troy and Charletta were considering getting a Covid vaccine, but they contracted the virus before they decided to get the shot. Something she is now urging others to do.
In the video, you can hear the teen with autism yell in pain as two classmates punch and kick him repeatedly - then steal his shoes. At that point, the video ends.
A man is accused of driving to Michigan with a car full of weapons, rope, tape, and other items to kidnap his ex-girlfriend who broke up with him 20 years prior.
David Werking, 43, sued his parents after they threw away his collection of films, magazines, and other items. “Frankly, David, I did you a big favor getting rid of all this stuff,” his dad said in an email.
A Pontiac man is accused of beating a homeless man unconscious outside of a gas station.
A lot happens on the highways in the Motor City, in fact, the term "Only in Detroit" was coined for some of them. But the latest incident is at another level, entirely.
96-year-old John Plyman served his country in WWII. Before a baseball game in Michigan, he gave it his all while he sang his own rendition of the national anthem. Once done, he saluted and the crowd cheered.
According to the Wyoming Police Department, they received a call from a neighbor who believed the house was being burglarized. This after another Black man was arrested for going into the house without permission a week prior.
State police say their dispatch center began receiving calls of a wrong-way driver traveling westbound in the eastbound lanes of I-96 around 3 a.m. Saturday. Then came the call saying that driver had crashed into Mixon's motorcycle with Payton in tow.
A Clinton Township man is charged with killing his girlfriend and mutilating her remains while living with her body for 7 months.
While Gregory Agnew awaited trial, Michelle Singh says he used a quitclaim deed and signed over their family home on Dorset in Ypsilanti Township - to his mother and sister for a dollar.
Staffers barred her entry saying she was banned after her face was scanned - saying Lamya was involved in a brawl at the skating rink back in March. But there was one problem. "I was so confused because I've never been there," said Lamya.
A Detroit woman says she tracked her stolen car throughout the city this week until she ultimately found it in the parking lot of a barbershop. Then she stepped in to get her car back.