Police have identified the human remains that were found at the former Trenton home of a man who was killed in a shootout with Tennessee police about a month after leaving the property.
A parent caught everyone in attendance off guard when she used a racial slur and profanity in her public comments during a Grosse Pointe Public Schools board meeting.
Put the phone down: That’s the goal of bills that moved through the Michigan House on Tuesday. The bills would make driving and talking or texting on a phone a crime with increasing fines.
A woman was killed overnight on I-96 in Wayne County when her car stalled near the shoulder of the freeway and an SUV crashed into her from behind, police said.
A popular eatery and “sweet” escape -- Sugar Factor American Brasserie -- is opening its first Michigan location in Downtown Detroit this spring.
Weather forecast: Sunny with dangerous cold
Michigan reported 39,372 new cases of COVID-19 and 36 virus-related deaths Monday -- an average of 13,124 cases over a three-day period. The deaths announced Monday did not include any identified during a Vital Records review, according to MDHHS.