One person was killed and another is in police custody.
The Detroit-based automaker says the program will allow workers to commute on and off the Tech Center campus in Warren.
The historical flood is still making headlines in Warren. Almost three weeks after the damage was done, there’s a new health hazard growing for families in this community.
Police say the robbers knocked on the door and when the homeowner answered they forced their way inside, screaming, "Where is the money?"
In the last 24 hours residents in Warren, Centerline, St. Clair Shores and Clinton Township have been receiving robocalls from current Assistant Macomb County Prosecutor Suzanne Faunce, who is also running for district judge in Warren.
As the cleanup from last week’s historic flood continues, the last thing victims need is the threat of another storm sweeping through metro Detroit.
She's living in a tent in her own front yard.
The city estimates 18,047 homes are flood-damaged.
While many are still dealing with flooded basements and leaking roofs from Monday’s storm, others are facing much worse.
Her daughter reported to police that she had told her mother to stay out of the basement because it had flooded.
Warren Mayor Jim Fouts says his city is overwhelmed by the flooding caused by Monday's record rainfall.
At least four people were injured Saturday when a pony ripped the stake it was tied to out of the ground and ran through a crowd.
Warren police say a 61-year-old man was electrocuted Wednesday when he touched a fence that was charged by a down power line.
The Detroit school district is auctioning off 18 surplus and obsolete police cars.
A Fifth Third Bank branch off Woodward Avenue in Royal Oak was robbed Saturday.
Sterling Heights police are searching for a group of men who broke into a 61-year-old grandmother's home Sunday, beating and robbing her.