The northbound lanes of Interstate 75 briefly were blocked by protesters Tuesday evening near the Woodward Avenue exit in Detroit.
After listening to insiders and looking at the books Detroit's City Council is tackling an overhaul of how the city's EMS division runs.
Detroit says it needs a few more weeks before it's ready to officially get out of bankruptcy.
Next week is filled with big events in Detroit, but the kickoff is Monday night at Ford Field. Massive amounts of snow in Buffalo has brought the Bills-Jets game to Detroit, and the tickets are free.
A civil complaint has been filed on behalf of the FDA claiming Scotty's Incorporated's sandwiches are manufactured "under insanitary conditions."
Wayne County Prosecutor's Office is not giving up on charging Evan Reed with sexual assault charges.
The ABC Student Transportation bus was carrying students from Coleman A. Young Elementary School.
President Barack Obama's executive action speech on immigration was given a huge round of applause from folks in southwest Detroit.
The Eddystone Hotel and the Park Avenue Hotel sit as hulking, stripped reminders of Detroit's prosperous past. Today, the question is whether these two vestiges of the past are standing in the way of progress.
Wayne County Circuit Court Judge James Callahan allowed for the defense's motion for a directed verdict of not guilty.
There are nearly 80,000 homeless children in Michigan, and many of them never receive medical care because homeless parents are afraid.
Exclusive live parade coverage on Local 4 starts at 6 a.m. Entire broadcast can be seen from anywhere around the world livestreamed on ClickOnDetroit.com.
Trustee Linda Grossman made a joke that hasn't gone over well with parents or her colleagues.
The girl has been found safe in Florida, according to Warren police.