Dearborn offers free dry ice to help with power outages

Dearborn residents who are without power can pick up dry ice for free at the Ford Community and Performing Arts Center.

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Tents collapse in Dearborn Heights, Harrison Twp; several...

Crowds at two separate church festivals had quite a scare Friday evening as the wind brought down large tents at both events and several people were injured.

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Porch shooter gets 15-30 years in prison

A suburban Detroit man who shot an unarmed woman on his porch has been sentenced to 15 to 30 years in prison for second-degree murder.

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Veterans help flood victims

Meet Team Rubicon. When disasters strike anywhere across the country, this veterans group helps with the clean up.

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Porch shooter sued for $10 million

A suburban Detroit man who killed an unarmed woman on his porch is being sued by her parents for more than $10 million.

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Dearborn: No new hookah cafes for now

The move comes amid concern that some establishments are operating illegally and hurting the community's health.

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Crews documenting damage in Dearborn

Damage assessment crews from the City of Dearborn will be out in neighborhoods beginning Thursday to document the impact of the historic rainfall that hit earlier this week and the basement flooding that followed.

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12-year-old boy on bike hit by car in Dearborn Thursday

A 12-year-old boy from Dearborn was hit by a car while riding his bike across Schaefer Road on Saturday.

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Porch shooting trial now in jury's hands

Deliberations began Wednesday and ended for the day about 4 p.m. The jury will continue deliberations at 9 a.m. Thursday.

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Expert in porch shooting case talks about McBride's hand cut

Dr. Werner Spitz is testifying for the defense Thursday in the trial of 55-year-old Theodore Wafer.

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McBride's intoxication questioned in porch shooting trial

The first defense witness, Dr. Werner Spitz, was asked how much McBride drank.

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Porch shooting jury hears firearms expert

Jurors saw the pistol-grip shotgun Wafer used to shoot McBride.

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School Closings

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  • Commission approves brewery in Royal Oak

    Many Royal Oak residents have been fighting a proposal tooth and nail, saying the city already has plenty of bars, but the commission voted Monday night to approve a new brewery.

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