DETROIT – Kid Rock took to Facebook on Wednesday, pointing out all he has done for Detroit after news his restaurant at Little Caesars Arena is closing. The singer will not be renewing the lease for his Made in Detroit restaurant when it is up in April.
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- True-crime lovers won’t want to miss Local 4′s one-hour special, “Hoffa,” airing tonight at 10 p.m. and hosted by veteran WDIV journalist Steve Garagiola. Click here to read more.
- A new Michigan law aims to stop porch pirates from stealing packages. Click here to read more.
- A Southfield woman was taken into custody Wednesday after a fatal collision at the intersection of McNichols and Telegraph roads. Click here to read more.
- A 13-year-old boy from Beer Middle School in Warren has been charged with a one-year misdemeanor in connection with a shooting threat. Click here to read more.
A 23-year-old woman is in critical condition after she and her 6-week-old baby were shot Tuesday night. According to authorities, it happened just after 7 p.m. in the 6800 block of Freeland Street, just south of McNichols Road. Police said the woman was holding her baby when she heard a knock on the door and when she went to answer it, a man dressing in black and wearing a mask with an assault rifle opened fire.
Some shoppers are receiving scam emails that say their Amazon orders are on hold and require personal information to fix the issue. The emails, which aren’t from Amazon, ask shoppers to update their credit card information, name, address and phone number to receive their purchases.
The FBI is trying to identify victims of Detroit tugboat owner Wade Streeter, who is accused of befriending young boys on Facebook, arranging to meet them privately and even drugging one child before molesting him, federal officials said. Wade Preston Streeter, 49, of Detroit, was indicted Tuesday on charges of production, possession and receipt of child pornography.
A man has been charged with manslaughter for handling powdered drugs inside a home where a 14-month-old girl died of fentanyl intoxication, according to Port Huron police. Police said they received a 911 call at 1:34 a.m. on Aug. 25 from a mother saying her child, Zai-Ahna Reddic, was not breathing. The child was in a vehicle on the way to McLaren Port Huron Hospital, officials said.
- Study raises concerns about connection between hair dyes and breast cancer
- Archery deer hunting season extended through end of January in Metro Detroit
- Good Health: New heart procedure at Henry Ford means less open-heart surgeries
- 19 people rescued from snowed-in home in Northern Michigan
- Metro Detroit men arrested after selling fentanyl to undercover officers in Traverse City
- Reward offered for information after veteran battling cancer killed in Warren hit-and-run
- Bank of America workers team up with Salvation Army to pack holiday meals
- Classic Blue is Pantone Color Institute’s color of the year