Businesswoman and conservative commentator Tudor Dixon won the Republican primary for Michigan governor on Tuesday, setting up a tough race against Democratic Gov. Gretchen Whitmer as anger and division within the state GOP threaten the party’s efforts in the battleground state this fall.
Detroit Symphony Orchestra Announces Single Tickets For 2022-2023 SeasonFans of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra can prepare for the 2022-2023 season.
Deadline Detroit Co-Founder Says Website Will Shut Down After Sept. 5Deadline Detroit, an online publication for more than 10 years, will shut down next month. The publication co-founder Allan Lengel says the sit will "go dark" after Sept. 5.
Video Shows Rescue Of 10-year-old Boy From Raging Water In AlpenaA 10-year-old Ossineke boy is recovering after falling into the raging waters of a dam in Alpena Township.
New Federal Rules On Ghost Guns Are Set To Take Effect Next WeekThey’re easy to buy, simple to make and hard for police to track. Privately manufactured firearms otherwise known as ghost guns are a criminal's dream and a nightmare for police.
Labor Day March In Detroit Cancelled For Third Consecutive YearFor the third consecutive year, Detroit's annual Labor Day March will not be taking place.
Key Insider: 2 Men Were 'Very Eager' To Kidnap Gov. WhitmerTwo men charged with conspiring to kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer in 2020 were “very eager” to move forward with the plan and expressed no reluctance, a key witness testified Wednesday.
First Human Case Of West Nile Virus In 2022 Reported In Oakland CountyIf you're planning any outdoor activities, you may want to break out the bug spray after the first human case of the West Nile virus in 2022 has been reported in metro Detroit.
Oakland County Woman Charged With Impersonating Health ProfessionalAn Oakland County woman accused of posing as a health professional is facing 18 charges, according to the Michigan Attorney's office.
A Look Into Cost Of Prescription Drugs Following Passage Of Inflation Reduction ActFor some people, walking into a pharmacy could leave you with the decision of whether to pay for your medication or pay your car note.
Experts say Michigan could see another gas price hikeMichigan could be in line for a gas price hike.
Flight 255 Crashed Moments After Taking Off From Detroit Metro Airport 35 Years AgoThirty-five years ago, more than 150 people died and one person survived after a plane crashed moments after taking off from the Detroit Metro Airport.
Community Steps Up After Vandals Firebomb Storage Container Filled With FoodPolice suspect arson following the firebombing of a food storage trailer in Macomb County and now, the organization storing those non-perishables says they are moving forward with their heads held high all while receiving support from other churches and non-profits.
Safety Is Top Priority As Parents, Students Prepare For Upcoming School YearSchool safety is on the mind of most people this time of year, from school officials to parents and students alike.
Donations Needed For Landfill Search To Find Zion FosterMultiple agencies across the state are working together to find missing teen Zion Foster.
Businesses Make Changes To Keep Customers Safe Amid Boil Water Advisory In SE MichiganWork continues to fix the water main break that has more than 130,000 people in Southeast Michigan under a boil water advisory.
Salvation Army Collecting Supplies For Back To School DriveGoing back to school is getting expensive.
DNR Conservation Officer, Monroe Firefighter Recognized After Rescuing Stranded 14-Year-OldTwo men received Lifesaving Awards from the DNR Law Enforcement Division after rescuing a 14-year-old boy who was stranded in cold water at the Dunbar Quarry, according to officials with the Michigan Department of Natural Resources.
Man, 48, Arraigned In Death Of Co-Worker At GM Orion Assembly PlantA 48-year-old man has been arraigned on an open murder charge in connection with fatally assaulting his co-worker at the General Motors assembly plant in Orion Township, according to the Oakland County Sheriff's Office.
133,000 People Remain Under Boil Water Advisory In Michigan, Could Take Weeks Before Water Is Safe To DrinkOfficials in Shelby Township set up water distribution centers for residents who continue to be impacted by a water main break that has over 130,000 people under a boil water advisory.
Ribs RnB Music Festival Kicks Off This Weekend In Downtown DetroitOrganizers say the event includes more than 20 food vendors and eight full service bars, along with shopping.
Hackers Target School Systems To Get Private DataAccording to Check Point Software Technologies, a cybersecurity firm, cyberattacks are up 114% in the education sector because its systems are data rich.
3 Arrested After Firing Shots At Officers, Leading Them On High-Speed Chase Ending In Allen ParkThree people are in custody after leading Michigan State Police troopers and Detroit officers on a high-speed chase while firing shots from an AR-15 pistol at them.
'A Blessing': Expungement Fair Held In Detroit As Attendees Hope For A Fresh StartA second chance for over 100 people who registered for an expungement fair in Detroit Friday.
City Of Detroit Donates 500 Computers To Be Refurbished, Given To FamiliesDetroit officials say hundreds of city government computers will be refurbished and given to families in need of access to the internet.