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EMU adds 3 cops in effort to boost security

The Ypsilanti school said that the officers were sworn in Monday afternoon.

Moment of silence held for teen electrocuted at school field

A moment of silence was observed in Ypsilanti for 13-year-old Christian Lorinczy.

Couple meets first responders they call their 'heroes'

An Ypsilanti woman meets and thanks the 911 dispatcher and paramedic who helped save her life on Aug. 13.

Several lose homes in Ypsilanti building fire

At least a dozen people are now displaced after an early morning fire Thursday at a building in downtown Ypsilanti.

Jury acquits man in EMU player death

A jury on Monday acquitted a man in the robbery-slaying of Eastern Michigan University football player Demarius Reed.

Ohio couple accused of killing missing Michigan man

Robert Strauss and Desirae Strauss of Toledo were charged with murder Thursday in the death of 52-year-old Brian Martin of Ypsilanti.

EMU boosting security with new police officers, cameras

A handful of new security improvements are in the works at Eastern Michigan University.

Note possibly written by missing Ypsilanti mom found in Ohio

More than a month after an Ypsilanti mother's disappearance, a troubling find at an Ohio restaurant may be the first real clue. It was a handwritten plea for help possibly written by Tonya Jackson herself.

Group helps West Bank bomb victim get treatment

When he was 3 months old a bomb hit his home on the West Bank.

Family desperate to find missing mom

Tonya Jackson last was seen Saturday night at a Romulus hotel near Detroit Metro Airport.

Storage facility under investigation after items go missing

Randy Heldt is charged with a crime and sitting in hot water for something he said was an accident. 

American Heart Association plans two May Heart Walks

The American Heart Association will host two local fundraising walks next month.

School Closings

No closings were found at this time.

Wayne County News

  • Court rules Turkia Mullin not owed lifetime benefits

    Turkia Mullin's luxury, platinum perks package sparked public outrage and was the beginning of the end of Wayne County Executive Bob Ficano’s political career, but Friday the Michigan Court of Appeals says she is not owed lifetime medical benefits courtesy of Wayne County taxpayers.

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