Investigation finds Stellantis violated rights of nursing mothers working at Sterling Heights plant
The U.S. Department of Labor launched an investigation into the Stellantis plant in Sterling Heights, Michigan, after someone reported that an employee expressed breast milk on the factory floor when they were denied access to lactation rooms.
How Warren nail salon owner, dual citizen from Dearborn Heights smuggled man into US, per feds
The owner of a Warren nail salon and a dual citizen from Dearborn Heights used a pontoon boat and a closed restaurant at the end of a desolate street to smuggle a Vietnamese man into the United States, according to officials.
Macomb County sisters charged for targeting each other in road rage incident, police say
Two sisters from Macomb County have been charged after one lied about shots being fired during a road rage incident and the other assaulted her sister while she was being arrested for fleeing officers, authorities said.
Warren police arrest 2 female relatives who targeted each other in unusual road rage incident
Warren police arrested two female relatives after one lied about shots being fired during a road rage incident and the other assaulted her while she was being arrested for fleeing officers, authorities said.
Family mourns young mother killed after forklift she was driving fell on her in Sterling Heights
Dayzia Kelly was just 25 years old when the forklift she was driving early Monday fell on top of her. Her family says she took the job at Metalsa, between 17 Mile and 18 Mile roads near Van Dyke Avenue in Sterling Heights, to make money before going back to nursing school.
Michigan projects aim to create economic vibrancy in Metro Detroit
The Michigan Strategic Fund has approved multiple projects across the state aimed at growing economic opportunities in the state. Detroit and Sterling Heights are benefiting from the funds and will have projects developing infrastructure for two headquarters.
What to know about Michigan’s fireworks laws ahead of holiday weekend
With the July 4 holiday weekend upon us, your neighbors are probably lighting off fireworks, and it’s perfectly legal. Each year police departments are flooded with callers complaining about people lighting off fireworks. So what exactly are the rules?
Doctor from Sterling Heights accused of inappropriately treating girls for conditions they didn’t have
A doctor from Sterling Heights who had his license suspended on accusations of performing inappropriate vaginal treatments on girls for conditions they didn’t have continued to practice after that suspension, authorities said.
Police conduct massive counterfeit goods bust in Warren
There was a massive counterfeit of goods bust involving purses, sunglasses, and other merchandise with brand names like Louis Vuitton, Gucci, and Versace. The items weren’t authentic, and now several people face charges in a big counterfeiting bust.
Riverview student severely burned when market worker ignites lighter fluid dripping from backpack
A 17-year-old student from Riverview is being treated for severe burns after he went to a market during his lunch break and a worker ignited the lighter fluid that was dripping out of his saturated backpack, officials said.
2 arrested in Sterling Heights for cutting people off, giving middle finger, causing crash, shooting
Two people were arrested in connection with a Sterling Heights road rage case after they cut off other cars and gave the driver of a minivan the middle finger, causing the vehicles to crash into each other and sparking a shooting, officials said.
Sterling Heights police find 20,000 fentanyl pills from Mexican drug cartel in hidden car compartments
Sterling Heights police found 20,000 fentanyl pills inside the hidden compartments of a vehicle and arrested a man and a woman who admitted they had entered the country illegally from Mexico to transport the drugs for a cartel, officials said.
21 Metro Detroiters from 14 cities named in doctor-run opioid scheme tied to painful back injections
Twenty-one people from at least 14 different cities in Wayne, Oakland and Macomb counties have been named in a doctor-run scheme that involved addicted patients and drug dealers agreeing to painful, unnecessary back injections in exchange for opioids, federal officials said.