Forty years after its founding, MTV is relaunching.
The Michigan Department of Transportation is holding a press briefing concerning emergency road repairs on I-75 at I-696 in Madison Heights.
Rapper DaBaby has been cut from the final day of Lollapalooza's lineup following crude and homophobic remarks he made last week at a Miami-area music festival.
A 1.2-mile recreational biking and walking path connecting some eastside Detroit neighborhoods to the city’s riverfront has been named in honor of former Mayor Dennis Archer.
Republicans are facing tough odds of ousting liberal Gov. Gavin Newsom in a recall election in heavily Democratic California.
Millions of Americans face being forced from their homes now that a moratorium on evictions during the COVID-19 pandemic has expired.
The nation’s top infectious disease expert is warning that more “pain and suffering” is ahead as COVID-19 cases climb again and officials plead with unvaccinated Americans to get inoculated.
Police say a man wanted in the killing of his 82-year-old father whose body was found last week in his Kalamazoo-area home is now in custody.
A young man who had been on life support after being shot inside a Southern California movie theater has died.
A young TikTok star who had been on life support after being shot inside a Southern California movie theater has died.
A Belarus track sprinter has alleged her Olympic team tried to remove her from Japan.
About 350,000 Michigan residents who received federal unemployment aid will not have to repay benefits even though the state told them that some reasons for eligibility it approved at the start of the pandemic were not OK.
A 37-year-old Monroe man went missing Sunday after a boat crash on Laplaisance Creek in Monroe Township’s Bolles Harbor.
A man was arrested after police said he attempted to sexually assault a clerk inside a 7-Eleven store early Tuesday morning in Ferndale.
A 20-year-old man was viciously beaten after the vehicle he was driving slammed into a Dodge Challenger.
Video shows a man pull out a gun and start firing right before Detroit police officers appear to flee.
Michigan Rep. Jewell Jones was in court on Friday (July 23) for a violation of his bond involving a tether that monitors alcohol intake.
Detroit Water and Sewerage Department (DWSD) said street racers and drifters are striking fire hydrants and creating dangerous situations in the city.
Police body camera video shows the aftermath of a fight between neighbors in Taylor that turned deadly.
The threat of widespread evictions during the coronavirus pandemic has inspired reforms to a U.S. system that has in the past offered few protections for tenants.
Over the past year, National Guard members have been called in to battle the COVID-19 pandemic, natural disasters and race riots.
Here are this morning's top stories.
Here is the latest news on the coronavirus in Michigan.
Firefighters in Oregon reported good progress in the battle against the nation’s largest wildfire, while authorities canceled evacuation orders near a major blaze in Northern California.
In most ways, Jalue Dorje is a typical American teen — he grew up in a suburb of Minneapolis, loving football, Pokémon and rap music.
San Jose Sharks forward Evander Kane has denied allegations his wife made on social media that he bet on NHL games, including against his own team.
Police said he got into the water after doing yard work and never resurfaced.
The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office is looking for those who want to serve their community.
Contracting crews will be replacing the northbound I-75 pavement near 11 Mile Road in Madison Heights to repair voids that were discovered on Friday, July 30.
State officials are investigating the deaths of hundreds of adult common carp at an Oakland County lake.
A Troy man is charged after he is accused of kidnapping a 5-week-old baby Thursday morning in Richmond Township.
Macomb County Executive Mark Hackel has declared a state of emergency after an EF1 tornado touched down and caused damage in Armada Township and the Village of Armada on July 24.
Our weekend won’t be completely dry, but there are two summer foes we won’t be fighting.
The last few days have been frustrating for one couple, whose car was stolen outside of their Ypsilanti home.
A portion of the Border-to-Border Trail will close for maintenance in Ann Arbor in August.
The Y has kicked off its summer food distribution program for youth in Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti.
A 7-year-old boy was badly bitten by a dog and is now being treated for a possible rabies exposure.
A white man has been sentenced to five years in prison for attacking a Black teenager with a bike lock because of his race at a southeastern Michigan park.