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Berkley.

Residents urged to apply for flood recovery aid

METRO DETROIT — Help is on the way. For many, it’s already here. ...Read More

Birmingham.

Detroit police officer allegedly involved in Birmingham road rage case

According to a press release, a Detroit police officer was arrested in Birmingham Friday evening after an alleged road rage incident involving a handgun.The statement from Birmingham police stated that the department ...Read More

Detroit, Grosse Pointe Park.

Medical emergency halts Bashara trial

Robert “Bob” Bashara experienced an unidentified medical emergency Oct. 29 that resulted in a temporary halt to his murder trial. ...Read More

  • Reluctant witness in Bashara case jailed until done testifying - 10/23/14
  • Jury seated for Bashara trial - 10/15/14
  • Gentz refuses to testify in Bashara murder trial - 10/13/14
  • Bashara murder trial set to start this month - 10/02/14
  • Grosse Pointe Woods.

    Worker believed dead after trench collapse

    Worker believed dead after trench collapseThe peace of a normally quiet residential street was shattered by a tragic accident on a long-vacant lot now under construction. ...Read More

  • Bank robbery suspect apprehended after foot pursuit - 10/27/14
  • Grosse Pointe North pulls for alumnus diagnosed with Ebola - 10/24/14
  • Harper Woods.

    Investigators deem Harper Woods thrift store fire suspicious

    Investigators deem Harper Woods thrift store fire suspiciousAn early morning fire at the Redeemer United Methodist Church Thrift Store at 20633 Vernier is under investigation and classified as suspicious. ...Read More

    Harrison Township.

    Two die in wrong-way crash on I-94

    HARRISON TOWNSHIP — Two men are dead after a wrong-way driver collided with another motorist on Interstate 94 Oct. 14. ...Read More

  • Sheriff: Woman high on drugs while recklessly driving with 3-year-old - 10/09/14
  • Metro Detroit.

    CDC testing confirms 25 enterovirus D-68 cases in Michigan

    Twenty-five cases of a respiratory virus that has sent thousands of children to the hospital in other states have been confirmed in Michigan.The Michigan Department of Community Health has been notified by the Centers for ...Read More

  • CDC testing confirms three enterovirus D-68 cases in Michigan - 09/30/14
  • Rochester.

    Teens involved in ‘sexting’ ring could face felony charges

    ROCHESTER — Dozens of students in the Rochester area could face felony charges after an alarming number of teenage girls allegedly took nude or semi-nude photos of themselves and shared them with male classmates via ...Read More

    Roseville.

    Kroger to build store at former Kmart property

    Kroger to build store at former Kmart propertyROSEVILLE — The former Kmart property at 13 Mile and Little Mack should be the site of a Kroger store within the next couple years, Roseville City Manager Scott Adkins said at the City Council meeting Oct. ...Read More

    Royal Oak.

    Goodwin resigns from commission, cites family as top priority

    After three years on the City Commission, Peggy Goodwin resigned effective immediately Oct. 15. ...Read More

  • Stagecrafters explores deaf community and choices with new show - 10/08/14
  • Shelby Township.

    Board of Trustees introduces smoking lounge ordinance

    SHELBY TOWNSHIP — On Oct. 21, the Board of Trustees unanimously introduced an ordinance on smoking lounges that would require smoking lounges to get licensed through the township. If approved Nov. 18, existing smoking ...Read More

    St. Clair Shores.

    Mutilation case headed back to St. Clair Shores court

    MOUNT CLEMENS — Donna Scrivo, the woman accused of murdering her son and dumping his dismembered remains along a highway, is headed back to 40th District Court for a preliminary examination. ...Read More

    Sterling Heights.

    City remembers Mayor Notte

    City remembers Mayor Notte STERLING HEIGHTS — Mayor Richard J. Notte, Sterling Heights’ longtime mayor with a record of public service exceeding three decades, passed away the morning of Oct. 28, according to city officials.Notte, who ...Read More

    Troy.

    Drunken driver’s vehicle lands on row of new Cadillacs

    Drunken driver’s vehicle lands on row of new Cadillacs   Firefighters extricated a drunken driver from his vehicle after he drove off the roadway and landed atop five brand-new Cadillacs at the Suburban Cadillac Buick of Troy dealership on Maplelawn just before 11:30 p.m. Oct. ...Read More

  • EMS revives family pets trapped in home fire - 10/16/14
  • Troy transit center gets on track — at last - 10/14/14
  • Troy man charged with assaulting 90-year-old in his home - 10/09/14
  • Gunman robs armored van in Athens school parking lot - 10/01/14
  • Warren.

    Hearing delayed for murder suspect in DeKeyzer case

    Hearing delayed for murder suspect in DeKeyzer caseWARREN — On the day that would have marked Theresa DeKeyzer’s 23rd birthday, her family members and friends went to court in Warren to stand across from the man accused of murdering her. ...Read More

  • WWT student charged with felony after Twitter threats - 10/23/14
  • Suspect charged with kidnapping, murder in DeKeyzer case - 10/14/14
  • DeKeyzer case now in hands of prosecutors - 10/09/14
  • Phone reportedly stolen during armed robbery - 09/30/14
  • West Bloomfield.

    SMART bus driver asleep at wheel before crash, police say

    The West Bloomfield Police Department is investigating a crash involving a Suburban Mobility Authority for Regional Transportation bus and seven vehicles that took place on Maple Road, between Middlebelt and Inkster roads, at ...Read More

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