3 family members of former director of St. Clair Housing Commission plead guilty to conspiracy, defrauding HUD
Three family members of the former director Lorena Loren of the St. Clair Housing Commission have pleaded guilty to conspiracy and defrauding the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).
Michigan made product aims to keep students safe in the classroom
Seen in the video player above is a Nightlock, which is a security tool, and it makes a door almost impossible to open. They are made here in Michigan in Mount Morris, just 30 miles from Oxford High School, where tragedy struck back in November.
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Detroit police officers to get pay raises under new agreement
The Detroit Police Department is trying to fill 300 vacancies while keeping the officers they do have, and they plan to do it by increasing pay. Mayor Mike Duggan, Detroit police Chief James White, and union leaders made the announcement Friday morning.
Small Detroit business that provides buses has become a target for thieves
A small business providing buses for tours, weddings, and even rides for school kids to field trips is trying to uplift its west side location on the city’s west side, but it also keeps becoming a target for break-ins.
Impact of Hurricane Ian could interrupt your weekend forecast in Metro Detroit -- What to expect
As I write this, Hurricane Ian is making its second landfall in two days, with the South Carolina coast bearing the brunt. As the storm progresses up the east coast, we’ll be on the fringe of its moisture shield, so expect our mostly clear skies Friday evening to become partly cloudy on Saturday.
Michigan Voter Guide 2022: Get to know key races, ballot proposals before voting
The 2022 Michigan General Election will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 8, and there are a slew of key races and statewide ballot proposals to know about before casting your vote by mail, starting in late September, or in person in November.