Family speaks out after baby of missing woman found dead
The family of a missing Lansing woman whose newborn baby was found dead is pleading for her to turn herself in so she can get help.
Ashley Shade, 35, and her 6-day-old daughter were reported missing Monday. Police found her vehicle in the 100 block of East Kilborn Street. The baby's body was inside, but Shade is still missing.
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WWE star arrest
Police body camera footage shows the Feb. 13 arrest of WWE superstar Jimmy Uso in Downtown Detroit.
Uso, whose real name is Jonathan Solofa Fatu Jr., was in a 2018 Dodge Journey driven by his wife, WWE wrestler Naomi, whose real name is Trinity Fatu, when they were stopped at 10:22 p.m. Police said the vehicle was going the wrong way on a one-way street.
More than eight years after three Morenci boys disappeared, investigators remain vigilant in their search for the children.
The murder of an exotic dancer in Detroit in 2003 remains unsolved. Tamara Greene, 27, was a mother of three who went by the stage name "Strawberry."
Guns to school
A Detroit student is in trouble with law enforcement officials after he brought two guns to school, according to police. The Detroit Public Schools Community District has long had metal detectors for this type of incident, and they served their purpose Tuesday when the student brought two guns to Mumford High School. Officials said the guns never made it past the front door.
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