The family of Dynasty Myles, 23, of Detroit has been notified that a body discovered in the 15300 block of Log Cabin is her, the family's lawyer, David Jones, said today.
In an order signed on Feb. 5, Wayne Circuit Court Judge John Gillis Jr. denied State Attorney General Bill Schuette's motion for summary disposition and granted the school board's motion, effectively allowing the school board to continue to hold office.
Six sites in Michigan have been nominated to the National Register of Historic Places
A winter storm is expected to drop 2 to 6 inches of snow tonight in southeast Michigan before heading east and morphing into what forecasters are describing as a massive winter blizzard.
Cousins Dayja Jones, 16, and Lasha Leggett, 15, were last scene at 9 p.m. Monday, leaving Lasha's house on Detroit's east side, according to investigators.
An Inkster man who got a water bill that topped $6,000 is leading litigation against the city and a company over the new digital water meters that have drawn the ire of some residents.
DEARBORN A 42-year-old Dearborn woman was killed Wednesday in a crash on Outer Drive, according to Dearborn police. The crash occurred shortly before 8 a.m., police said, when the woman's green Mustang tried to cross Outer Drive near Willow Street.
Nearly a half million more low-income Michiganders who are currently uninsured would be eligible for Medicaid-funded health care if Gov. Rick Snyder gets his way. But it's not a done deal yet.
Space shuttle commander Jack Lousma and a traveling NASA exhibit opening Saturday are helping the Yankee Air Museum continue a trek into science and math education.
On Thursday morning, Michigan State Police Trooper Seth Swanson had just been dispatched to the multi-vehicle accident -- one of several on I-75 southbound that morning after a heavy snow squall blew over the roadway, blinding drivers.
Join us Monday from noon to 1 p.m. for a Web chat on how to find a job. Guests will include: Chad Austin, job placement officer at Henry Ford Community College in Dearborn and Liran Kotzer, founder and CEO of DoNanza.com, which aggregates freelance jobs for graphic designers, writers, those with experience in social media, video and others.
Police in Canton issued a warning today that coyote sightings in the city. Police Special Services Lt. Deb Newsome said people should accompany pets outside at night, eliminate outside food sources like pet food, put garbage out the morning of pick-up and stay away from a coyote if one is spotted.
The city of Pontiac is selling off several properties in an auction, in an effort to raise money for the financially strapped community.
When "Oz the Great and Powerful" hits theaters next month, there will be a local red carpet event in downtown Birmingham -- only the carpet actually will look like a yellow brick road.
Wayne State University's faculty could be closer to a new contract after union leadership announced Wednesday it had almost reached a tentative agreement with the university but still has several issues to negotiate.
The bribes -- typically $8,500 in cash placed in a bag -- were delivered to the Rochester Hills home of Wayne County's former Chief Information Officer Tahir Kazmi. Software contractor Philip Shisha testified Wednesday that he would visit Kazmi, engage in small talk and then proceed to a library inside the home to leave money in a desk drawer.
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The state trooper reached into the broken-out rear window of the mangled car in search of life. He checked the vitals of a young girl, then the little boy next to her.
A 56-year-old western Michigan woman has received a 150-day jail sentence for killing three kittens.
Acting City Manager Mike Smith said today that council determined the bounty wasn't necessary. He said about 90% of the feedback was "this is stupid, it's not gonna work" while the other 10% was "this is crazy, don't do."
The Michigan chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-MI) welcomed the decision by Target Sports in Royal Oak.
Gov. Rick Snyder laid out a host of new proposals and spending in his 2013-14 budget address today. The higher fuel taxes and vehicle registration fees, which Snyder said would cost families about $120 extra per vehicle on average, promise to be the most controversial elements of his budget plan
Semaj Moran, 17, and Arnold Howard, 23, are charged with first degree and felony murder in the Feb. 17 shooting deaths of Loretta Fournier, 52, and Luann Robinson, 57.
Go behind the scenes of Motown Winter Blast with Jeff Wilson, who handles operations and logistics for many of Detroit's biggest events.
Snyder says the state needs to spend more than $1 billion more each year on Michigan's roads and bridges than it is spending now.
A Detroit City Council committee interviewed five applicants Wednesday to serve on the new public lighting authority that will design a strategy for getting the streetlights back on.
Terrence Hill Jr. wanted to be a military policeman, but someone stole his dreams from him, his mother said Wednesday as she and other relatives pleaded for help in solving his killing last month on Detroit's west side.
Kwame Kilpatrick, the onetime smooth-talking mayor who could chat up everyone from the inner-city poor to the wealthy executive, opted to rest his public corruption case in silence Friday, without saying a word to the jury.
Allen Park's mayor and members of its City Council will see their salaries cut in half as one of several measures to be implemented by the city's emergency financial manager, the city announced Wednesday.
A Detroit man accused of threatening to kill his girlfriend used his opportunity before a Macomb County judge to tell his story in a freestyle rap.