Michigan's film incentives could be coming to an end with a bill moving through the state House.
The State Board of Education has invited six candidates to publicly interview for the state superintendent job next week.
Thousands of DTE Energy customers in Redford are without power while the utility does repairs.
There's nothing worse than when you get behind someone in line at a store and they pull out their pen and checkbook.
A package of bills changing rules about adoption is making its way back through Michigan's House after dying in last year's lame-duck session.
Democrats are calling for Michigan to double the amount of electricity that comes from wind and other renewable sources.
The Detroit bankruptcy case is returning to court with a different judge and some loose ends that need to be tied up.
Monroe Middle School is coming together to participate in a national campaign aiming to put an end to a hurtful and offensive word for mentally or physically handicapped people.
March is National Reading Month and the Local 4 News Today team wants to read to you.
In her first sit-down interview, Jennifer Stalker talks to Defender Hank Winchester about her daughter's murder.
Harbaugh and James Minick, who is a member of the university's athletic staff, helped the passenger -- a 73-year-old woman -- out of the Jeep.
James Turnquist, the stepfather of murdered Eastern Michigan University coed Julia Niswender, has been arrested by Monroe County Sheriff's detectives on child pornography charges.
The bus driver is a 65-year-old man who, police say, told officers he had fallen asleep right before the crash.
A drunk driver asked to be arrested after being stopped by police...
The disease is apparent when a tree's leaves change color months too early.
Tonight at 11 p.m. - The fight against racism is well known but Evrod Cassimy examines why "colorism" is now a growing issue.