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  • Detroit carpentry apprentice training sees spike in enrollment

  • Disabled vet wants to thank kids who returned his lost wallet

  • Heroes save toddler from locked car in St. Clair Shores

  • Fiat Chrysler recalls 1.6 million vehicles to fix Takata air bags

  • Are weather forecasts impacted by the government shutdown? Short answer is No

  • Detroit federal employees protest government shutdown

  • Warren man who fathered child with daughter pleads no contest

  • Cameras overseeing dumping grounds proving effective

  • Man found dead after fire in St. Clair Shores garage

  • Former Rochester High School teacher charged with sexual assault

  • Two charged with felonies in 12 porch thefts - Eastpointe PD

  • Freeway closed after human waste spills from truck

  • Michigan vet pleads guilty to smuggling guns into Canada through NEXUS pass

  • Michigan family the first to visit to all 418 U.S. National Parks

  • Decision to tear down Hunter House on hold in Birmingham

  • Cornerstone Jefferson-Douglass Academy evacuated for suspicious package

  • Decades' old rape, murder convictions dismissed in Wayne County

  • "Wizard of Oz" returning to theaters later this month for 80th anniversary

  • South Lyon police chief says he was unaware of teens drinking in home

  • Ann Arbor woman prepares for 8th year as Westminster dog show judge

  • Jackie Paige changed her life with weight loss journey; says it is forever

  • Pontiac 12-year-old hospitalized in intensive care after getting hit by car

  • Young hockey player taunted for skin color gets video from NHL's PK Subban

  • Detroit police investigate officers' profane confrontation of dancing man

  • Immigrant's hotel success one of the reasons Wayne County wins award

  • Student testifies that teacher offered grades for sex acts

  • Sketch released of suspect who killed man passing out political flyers

  • Officer filmed beating mentally ill naked woman charged with assault and misconduct

  • FBI: Car theft numbers on the rise in 2017

  • Detroit Zoo animals given leftover holiday trees, hilarity ensues

  • Missing woman found by WWJ reporter

  • Free foliage? Why so many Detroiters said no to free trees

  • Child porn leader repeatedly stabbed, beaten in Michigan prison, autopsy shows

  • Dr. Sabrina Jackson: What not to do when helping survivors of abuse

  • Michigan teen missing since May found in Texas

  • McNamara Terminal trams out of service at DTW for next few months

  • Man bound over for trial in motel room murder of Flint woman

  • Michigan's 100th Legislature starts session: What you need to know

  • Officials say "human error" caused worst sinkhole in Macomb County history

  • Michigan snowboarders look to break record for most ski areas in a day

  • Drunk driver who crashed on I-94 pleads guilty after daughter killed looking for help

  • Man convicted in 2008 double murder wins new trial after judge's misconduct

  • Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib won't apologize for expletive on Trump

  • House of Vans bringing largest pop-up yet to Detroit

  • Profane Detroit police confrontation with dancing man caught on camera

  • Woman finds mentally ill dad on sidewalk after hospital put him in wrong cab

  • Is the unusual warm weather harming our trees?

  • Ferndale author's smash 'Bird Box' is Netflix phenomenon

  • 5-year-old creates crayon drive for hospitalized kids

  • Details murky for coming 8,000 white collar GM layoffs

  • Government shutdown may impact mailing of tax returns

  • Berkley middle school student stabbed in class with scissors

  • Suspect accused of murdering one, stabbing three arraigned in court from hospital bed

  • Online courses teach opioid overdose treatment before ambulances arrive

  • Michigan family on vacation killed by wrong way driver laid to rest

  • Rochester teacher fired after allegations of inappropriate conduct with students after school

  • Police call 39-year-old Rockwood woman's death suspicious

  • Trial for Macomb County murder suspect Andrew Fiacco possibly delayed

  • Josh Landon expertly fights off potential news photobomber

  • Tlaib "putting human face" to government shutdown in Detroit

  • I-75 reopens hours after tanker's fuel spill caused shutdown

  • Man unable to eat food to have life-changing dental procedure

  • 1 caught, 1 on run after Costco jewelry theft in Commerce

  • Thousands pay respects to family killed in I-75 crash by wrong-way driver

  • 20-year-old Detroiter makes history as first black Michigan State University rodeo queen

  • State health department issues Norovirus warning

  • Man not told his stolen car was recovered in 2017, charged $8,000

  • Govt. shutdown cause food pantries to scramble for increased need

  • Two singer/songwriters with disabilities land their first record deal

  • Legal weed among new laws at odds with company policies

  • Detroit auto show prepares for final January event

  • Wrong-way driver who killed family of 5 in I-75 crash identified

  • Report: Taxpayers will receive tax refunds despite shutdown

  • Driver gawking at 6-car crash on I-94 caused second crash: MSP

  • Jason Dalton pleads guilty in Kalamazoo shooting spree that killed 6, wounded 2

  • Detroit family hopes new year will bring justice for son's murder

  • Former Detroiter returns to rehab her childhood home

  • Vegginini's Paradise CafĂ© fires employee, calls customer homophobic slurs

  • Family of five from Northville killed in crash in Kentucky

  • Inmates caught after using makeshift mannequins to try to escape

  • Yoga and puppies event brings out big crowd in Beverly Hills

  • Roseville Police fleet car promotes domestic violence awareness

  • Man who tried to resolve family issue gets shot

  • Judge won't face new charges for misconduct in murder trial

  • Police: Officers shoot man holding knife who charged at them

  • 15-year old dies after being hit by car in Shelby Township

  • 65-year old man missing after failing to return home

  • Westbound I-696 reopens in Warren

  • U.S. Coast guard rescues lost dog near Upper Peninsula, returns him to family

  • Police investigate quadruple stabbing in Eastpointe

  • MDOT: I-696 Westbound will reopen Saturday, Mound Road entrance ramps to remain closed

  • Birmingham's Hunter House Hamburgers to be torn down for proposed development

  • Severe eye condition caused by over the counter cold medicines

  • Rashida Tlaib's comment about Trump controversial among Detroiters

  • Suspect bank robber watches police search for him while waiting for cab

  • Approved mortgages double in Detroit in 2018

  • Family says girl, 5, was sexually assaulted at Plymouth church during Sunday School

  • Man killed at 8 Mile and Cherrylawn Thursday night

  • Wayne State gets $1M grant to fight Great Lakes growing microplastic problem

  • Virginia boy asks for Target-themed party, store hosts special birthday bash

  • Kym Worthy asked to take over Flint Water Crisis prosecution

  • Ambulance flips in crash on way to call, 5 hospitalized in Van Buren Twp

  • Sterling Heights man gets 9 years for violently carjacking 88-year-old woman

  • Man in prison for role in child porn ring beaten to death, officials say

  • HR 51 DC Statehood Bill: Legislation introduced to make DC the 51st state

  • Detroit police search for 8-year-old girl taken by non-custodial mother

  • Rashida Tlaib calls Trump an expletive during pitch to impeach

  • Ford recalls over 953K vehicles to replace air bag inflators that can explode

  • Man reportedly masturbates, rubs genitals on woman at Somerset Lululemon

  • Michigan seeks to fill 700 corrections officer jobs

  • Mr. B's in Rochester, Luna nightclub in Royal Oak shutting down

  • A hero, once more 4-year old girl saves mother's life, again

  • 7-year old from Southgate raises $5000 to build well in Africa

  • Bloomfield Township woman out thousands of dollars after elaborate scam

  • 'Hamilton' producer makes million-dollar donation to Mosaic Theater

  • Financial expert talks the importance of financial health for 2019

  • Detroit's Tony Harrison reflects on recent WBC title win

  • Mayor imposing auto yard moratorium

  • Family seeks justice after local father is gunned down in front of Detroit restaurant

  • Question of a fair trial lingers for Novi man arrested on spying charges in Russia

  • Man who dropped toddler at fire station pleads guilty in murder of his mom in 2016

  • Chesterfield woman arrested after stabbing boyfriend in the neck

  • Union sues GM, saying laid-off workers should replace temps

  • Jury selection set in trial over Kalamazoo shooting

  • General Motors' product development chief Mark Reuss named president

  • 17-year-old girl arrested after police car joyride

  • 3 injured in explosion at Detroit Titanium Plant

  • Prosecutor: Pastor waited hour to call 911 after shooting transgender woman

  • 85-year-old claims Lucky for Life lottery prize with hours to spare

  • Suspect caught on camera breaking into 2 Farmington businesses

  • Warren spends $125K on rat bait following 696 construction

  • Shinola Hotel finally opens up in Metro Detroit

  • Detroit police: homicide rates drop for 2018, rapes rise

  • 'Demonic' teen gets probation for school terror threats

  • Cow that survives slaughterhouse gives birth

  • Novi man detained in Russia on spying charges allowed to speak with US officials

  • Chief Craig's press conference on Detroit's crime stats

  • ATM technician robbed while on the clock

  • 20-year-old Marine from Minnesota killed in New Year's Day shooting at D.C. Marine barracks

  • Michigan homeowner fatally shoots man who broke into home

  • 62-year-old woman last seen dropping off item to friend's house on the west side

  • Service planned for woman, 2 kids dead after December fire

  • Brooklyn boy dies from smell of cooking fish

  • Driver suffers fatal injuries after Livonia crash

  • Dr. Sabrina: For 2019 - try to shine a L.I.G.H.T. in your relationships

  • Novi man in Russia for wedding at time of spying arrest, family says

  • Tim Skubick: Whitmer's road fix promises will be tested by GOP lawmakers

  • Gov. Gretchen Whitmer preaches unity during inauguration speech

  • Michigan restaurant offers free food to Coast Guard during govt shutdown

  • Child hurt falling into rhino exhibit at Florida zoo

  • UPDATE: 14-year-old girl found safe

  • 3 injured in 2 car crash on Telegraph in Taylor

  • Whitmer sworn in as Michigan's 49th governor: Let's get it done

  • Novi man arrested in Russia on charges of spying

  • Metro Detroit's first baby born on New Year's Day

  • With seconds to live, Tampa woman rescued from sinking car

  • Final night of Beaumont's Moonbeams end with ball drop, lights of hope

  • City leaders urge bells, not bullets for New Year's Eve

  • Family law expert: Divorces spike at start of new year

  • Thieves steal ATM from Royal Oak grocery store

  • Pickup truck rams Detroit business, gets shot at by employee

  • President signs Ashanti Alert Act into law

  • Truck used to break into Corktown marijuana dispensary

  • A wet start tonight to 2019

  • The lame-duck rundown of bills that Snyder signed, vetoed

  • Whitmer to be sworn in as Michigan's 49th governor

  • Man shot during physical altercation

  • 4 arrested after trailer carrying half-million dollars' worth of tequila stolen

  • 1 death reported in Beaver Island plane crash

  • Four men wanted for stealing from gas station ATM

  • Law firm to pay for rides home from bar on New Years Eve

  • 16-year-old missing since Christmas Day found safe

  • Man carjacked at gunpoint on Saturday in the area of San Juan and McNichols

  • Man arrested for vandalizing and planting explosives at Grand Haven church

  • A blood drive for a young man who lost his life to a rare disease.

  • Hamtramck Police want to talk to two men in murder investigation

  • 1 dead after Holly Township accident

  • School comes together to help student after house fire

  • Royal Oak plans Unity Fair to debut in June

  • Lori's Hidden Michigan: a museum of magic in Marshall

  • Woman who survived sepsis but lost legs, needs help making home accessible

  • 60-year-old Taylor woman dies in wrong way I-94 semi-trailer crash

  • Sue Snyder reflects on her husband's time in office

  • Family of runner rallies around her recovery after car struck her

  • Kroger recalls shrimp for foodborne illness risk

  • Detroit's Clutch & Throttle brings bikes and toys to deserving children

  • Detroit community group to open tool library

  • Detroit police searching for Gratiot bank robber

  • Fatal crash shuts down I-94 at Merriman near Metro Airport

  • 4-month-old taken at gunpoint on Christmas Eve in Detroit has been returned

  • Suspect charged with grabbing Cartier glasses right off man's face in Westland

  • I-696 set to re-open in both directions on January 7

  • Suspect arrested in Michigan man's crossbow killing

  • Lawsuit says theme park should put warning signs in Spanish

  • New Nino Salvaggio location opens in Oakland County

  • Police search for runaway driver after car hits house in crash in Detroit

  • Grosse Pointe Shores officer describes rescue of man from Lake St. Clair

  • Driver who delivers organs gets new kidney he's spent more than a decade waiting for

  • Outgoing Gov. Rick Snyder thinks his civility was a strength in Lansing

  • Man shoots wife, kills self in Washington Township

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