817 Serial Rapists Identified After 10,000 Rape Kits Are Tested
A rapist strikes seven to 11 times, on average, before being caught, says Wayne County's prosecutor.
Gunshots Wound Four at Southfield Bar
It's the second shooting at Bar 7 during the past year.
Review: Eminem's New Album 'Is More of the Same'
"A third of the tracks on the album could go, and no one would miss them," writes Adam Graham.
Bill Schuette and Gretchen Whitmer Still Very Close in Governor Poll
Bill Schuette has a statistically insignificant lead that's within the survey's error margin.
Freep Shock: Pulitzer Winner Henderson Is Out for Misconduct with Women on Staff
"The Free Press ... uncovered examples of inappropriate behavior by [Stephen] Henderson with female colleagues dating back several years." Its 18-year staffer says he's "stunned."
WDIV Moves Jason Colthorp to 5:30 P.M. News Anchor
"Jason is a hard-working and curious journalist with a great sense of humor. He's the kind of guy you want in the newsroom, on the street and on the anchor desk," says Devin Scillian.
'Doesn't Look Like Leadership:' Lessenberry Sees Problems for Whitmer in 2018
Longtime Michigan political commentator Jack Lessenberry airs a decidedly different view of Democratic gubernatorial hopeful Gretchen Whitmer than he expressed half a year ago.
Politics Podcast: Conyers' Seat Will Be Empty Longer Than Any Nationally in 25 Years
The podcast includes an interview with MSU student Aaron Stephens, who unseated an East Lansing City Council member.
Mark Wahlberg Teams with Meijer for Burger Shops, Fitness Supplements
Mark Wahlberg promoitres the partnership Friday morning at Meijer stores in Taylor and Royal Oak.
Eminem Puts on 'Mom's Spaghetti' Pop-Up This Weekend in Detroit
"Detroit! Come vomit up some spaghetti with me this weekend," Em tweets.
Ford Moving 200+ Workers to Corktown to Work on Electric, Autonomous Vehicles
"We're excited to choose this inspirational location in one of Detroit's resurgent neighborhoods to accelerate our work," says Jim Hackett, Ford president and CEO.
Gilbert Breaks Ground for 'City Within a City;' Chants Decry 'Corporate Welfare'
"Ever since Hudson's closed its doors in 1983, Detroiters have waited and wondered what would come next," says Mayor Mike Duggan.