Authorities Gather For Safe Neighborhood InitiativePolice are asking residents to help them fight crime and they answered in a big way.
Woman Who Shot At Police Killed By Cop At Juneteenth EventA 19-year-old Michigan woman died after exchanging gunfire with a police officer who was controlling traffic near a weekend Juneteenth parade, authorities said.
Son Files Lawsuit After Mother Killed In Accidental Crash During High-Speed Police ChaseHigh-speed pursuits continue to be scrutinized as they can lead to the arrest of a criminal but can also have deadly consequences for people caught in the path.
Michigan Supreme Court Agrees To Look At 2007 Flint SlayingThe Michigan Supreme Court is taking a look at the 2007 fatal shooting of a Flint teenager who was accused of being a snitch.
Residents Clean Up Parks In Michigan For Youth SportsIt's one of many initiatives from the Sylvester Broome Empowerment Village, focused on giving kids a chance.
Former Prisoner Taking On Michigan Laws To Create Change In Criminal Justice SystemFive inmates and five families want to give their loved ones a second chance at freedom.
Michigan Ex-Governor Rick Snyder Loses Challenge To Flint Water ChargesA judge on Thursday rejected a request to dismiss misdemeanor charges against a former Michigan governor in the Flint water scandal.
Lawyers Seeking 32% Of $641M Flint Tainted Water SettlementLawyers who negotiated a $641 million settlement for victims of Flint’s lead-contaminated water are asking a judge to set aside up to 32% for fees and expenses for years of work on the case.
Attorneys For Former Gov. Snyder Says Conflict of Interest Should Stop Flint Water Court CaseAttorneys representing Former Governor Rick Snyder said a conflict of interest might keep the Flint water case from going forward.
Michigan Schools Try To Eliminate Hunger For StudentsThe school district is working with the Food Bank of Eastern Michigan and the state Department of Education on the Best Food Forward Program. The goal is to eliminate hunger in school children.
Donors Helping Michigan Man Buy Home After 25 Years In PrisonA Michigan man who was released from prison after nearly 25 years plans to buy a house after a public plea by his supporters raised more than $265,000.