- Online donors back brothers paralyzed in separate accidents Updated: Aug-03-15 2:08 am
KALAMAZOO, Michigan - Online donations are pouring in for two brothers from Kalamazoo who were paralyzed in accidents eight months apart.
- Detroit Lions open training camp optimistic Updated: Aug-02-15 6:54 pm
ALLEN PARK, Michigan - Jim Caldwell couldn't stop smiling Sunday afternoon.
- Wind, rain make a powerful pair as storms hit Michigan Updated: Aug-02-15 6:50 pm
GRAND RAPIDS, Michigan - Storms carrying strong winds and rain have pummeled Michigan, cutting power, snapping trees and even knocking over at least one recreational trailer on the Mackinac Bridge.
- Divers resume search in lake for Detroit-area fire chief Updated: Aug-02-15 6:26 pm
HARRISON TOWNSHIP, Michigan - Oakland County divers have joined the search for a suburban Detroit fire chief who disappeared after jumping off a boat in Lake St. Clair to retrieve a hat.
- Skunk saved by Detroit-area police officer - sans spray Updated: Aug-02-15 4:34 pm
ROCHESTER, Michigan - A hungry skunk whose head was stuck in a yogurt container has a hero: a suburban Detroit police officer.
- Excise officer arrests Gary man wanted on kidnapping charges Updated: Aug-02-15 3:03 pm
MICHIGAN CITY, Indiana - A Gary man wanted on kidnapping charges has been arrested.
- Factory from the 1800s will be turned into housing Updated: Aug-02-15 1:56 pm
JONESVILLE, Michigan - An old factory in southern Michigan that produced wagons, cars and even parts for Barbie dolls is getting a new life as an apartment building.
- Mini Cooper crazies cross Michigan bridge; no record set Updated: Aug-02-15 1:07 pm
MACKINAW CITY, Michigan - It was a Michigan invasion of Mini Coopers.
- Wildfire in Upper Peninsula's Marquette County under control Updated: Aug-02-15 11:52 am
HUMBOLDT TOWNSHIP, Michigan - An 80-acre wildfire in the Upper Peninsula is under control.
- Judge, 93, peeved by incomplete housing discrimination case Updated: Aug-02-15 10:56 am
HAMTRAMCK, Michigan - A Detroit-area community that targeted blacks by demolishing poor neighborhoods is scrambling to come up with money to finally end the case - 44 years after a federal judge found clear evidence of discrimination.
- Detroit students to visit Northern Michigan forest Updated: Aug-02-15 4:05 am
ROSCOMMON, Michigan - More than 120 Detroit high school students will learn the importance of sustainable forest management to the state.
- Michigan awards nearly $250K for Iron Belle Trail projects Updated: Aug-02-15 4:03 am
LANSING, Michigan - Michigan has awarded nearly $250,000 in grants in 15 of the state's counties to help develop a new hiking and bicycling trail stretching hundreds of miles.
- False alarm: Recycled device has Air Patrol scrambling Updated: Aug-01-15 6:17 pm
YPSILANTI, Michigan - Volunteers at the Michigan Civil Air Patrol are standing down after a distress signal that bounced off a satellite took them to an Ypsilanti house - and a false alarm.
- Snowball case melts; teen sues Detroit district over arrest Updated: Aug-01-15 5:38 pm
DETROIT - A teenager who spent nearly 40 days in custody before a judge cleared him of throwing a dangerous snowball is suing the Detroit school district, saying his rights were violated by a malicious prosecution.
- Carousel carvers unhappy with removal of Confederate flag Updated: Aug-01-15 5:37 pm
SAGINAW, Michigan - Two men who helped carve the horses on a carousel at a Michigan zoo are unhappy with a decision to remove a horse festooned with a Confederate flag, years after the project was embraced by the community and received public money.
- No new trial again for man convicted in '86 Port Huron death Updated: Aug-01-15 4:05 am
PORT HURON, Michigan - A man serving a life sentence for a fatal shooting in a college parking lot has struck out again in his latest effort to have his conviction overturned with the help of law students.
- US Surgeon General Murthy to visit Detroit's Eastern Market Updated: Aug-01-15 4:05 am
DETROIT - Surgeon General Vivek Murthy is scheduled to visit Detroit's Eastern Market as part of National Farmers Market Week.
- Q&A: A look at Michigan sentencing after court strikes law Updated: Aug-01-15 4:05 am
LANSING, Michigan - The Michigan Supreme Court's milestone decision to strike down state sentencing guidelines and make them "advisory" only will influence how defendants are sentenced for years ahead.
- Column: Harbaugh is... 'The Most Interesting Man in Big Ten' Updated: Jul-31-15 6:15 pm
CHICAGO - Compared to the rest of Jim Harbaugh's year, this was tame stuff.
- Michigan man receives honor for rescuing children in Canada Updated: Jul-31-15 5:29 pm
MONTAGUE, Michigan - A western Michigan man was honored for his courageous actions after rescuing two children from a submerged vehicle last year in Canada.
- Snyder orders flags lowered to honor former Sen. Harry Gast Updated: Jul-31-15 5:19 pm
LANSING, Michigan - Gov. Rick Snyder has ordered that flags in the state Capitol complex be lowered in honor of former state Sen. Harry Gast.
- Court rules in favor of retired reporter in source dispute Updated: Jul-31-15 5:16 pm
DETROIT - A retired Detroit newspaper reporter who refused to reveal his source for an unflattering story about a prosecutor has won a key ruling from a federal appeals court.
- Michigan panel recommends allowing marijuana for autism Updated: Jul-31-15 4:11 pm
LANSING, Michigan - Michigan would become the first state to allow medical marijuana for children with severe autism if a senior official follows the recommendation made Friday by an advisory panel.
- Detroit-area man arraigned after repo man's shooting Updated: Jul-31-15 3:35 pm
SOUTHFIELD, Michigan - A suburban Detroit man has been charged in the shooting of another man trying to repossess his vehicle.
- Detroit officials working on municipal ID card program Updated: Jul-31-15 2:40 pm
DETROIT - Officials in Detroit are working on a municipal identification card program that would offer better access to some city services for the homeless, immigrants, senior citizens and young people.