Detroit's two pension funds will get $195 million from the state on Feb. 9.
The Detroit Water and Sewerage Department has temporarily suspended shutoffs because the department's payment system is currently experiencing intermittent outages.
One person is dead following a shooting on Detroit's east side on 7 Mile near Mt. Elliot.
Today's special needs children play sports and compete on a global stage. It's a far cry from the segregation of decades ago, but there was one activity missing in metro Detroit -- dance.
The Detroit Economic Development Corp. has revealed the redevelopment plans for the old Tiger Stadium site.
City pensioners have until the end of the year to apply for funding that will keep them from falling below the poverty line as part of Detroit's bankruptcy.
An event was held Monday night to turn on the lights.
A semi-truck that was hauling chicken wings crashed early Tuesday morning on northbound I-75 at I-96.
At least 42 people have died and 58 have been injured in crashes involving General Motors cars with defective ignition switches.
A judge says Detroit must reveal later this month the total cost of fees charged by lawyers and consultants as part of the city's bankruptcy case.
A jury returned for a third day deliberations on Monday in the trial of a suburban Detroit-area man charged with arranging his wife's murder.
The pretrial for the Detroit police officer who fatally shot a young girl on a couch during a midnight raid filmed by a reality TV show was rescheduled Friday.
Tonight at 11 p.m. - We'll show you how they're doing now and how you can still help.
Click "Like" To Join Us On Facebook
Get Local 4 News on Your Phone
Sign Up For Instant Alerts!
See It. Shoot It. Share it.
We'd love to continue to connect with our audience on various social media platforms, and that...
See what shows are this week on Local 4 and on our digital channel 4.2, This TV Detroit.