Congratulations on Your Engagement, Kate and Justin!
Kate Upton's engagement ring is described as "massive" and a "boulder" in news posts. She and Justin Verlander took this selfie last year at a California vineyard.
Video and Gallery: See How Thrill-Seekers Will Go 'Over the Edge' Downtown This Week
"It's quite a spectacle," says a Beaumont surgeon. Donations go to a foundation he started to aid Nepal and Detroit. This year's event is Friday and Saturday.
Live Video Update: Eagle Cam Shows Two Chicks Being Fed Fish in a Nest Up North
A second egg hatched Wednesday in a live video-monitored nest at a state fish hatchery near Benzie.
More Traffic Snarls: Big Detroit Area Road Projects Are Ahead
"MDOT does ask the public for patience while we cause short-term pain for long-term gain," says s spokesperson.
Detroit Area Man Drowns in Florida After Rescuing Daughter
"Bill Moritz lost his life on April 16th by doing what any great father would do," a GoFundMe page says.
Money in the Water: Legal Sharks from NYC Recruit Clients for Flint Lawsuits
Lawyers are chasing potentially large settlements. Class-action lawsuits and individual damage claims already are filed -- a flow that's just starting,
Diana Ross Gets an Unwanted New Hit (Not on the Radio)
A college senior is ticketed for blowing through a stop sign in Pennsylvania, prompoting a reader there to say Ross should have told her: "You can't hurry, love."
Audio-Visual Exhibit Shows Detroit as 'Hair Capital of the World'
Storyteller Shannon Cason and photographer Justin Milhouse tell the story of local Hair Wars events in a WDET-produced exhibit.
Pony Caper Puzzles Trenton Police
Someone got scisscor-happy with four ponies at a downriver park.
Detroit Writer Anna Clark Gets First Flint Book Deal
A New York firm will publish "Water's Perfect Memory," a title borrowed from a Toni Morrison quote. "This is a breathtaking project," the journalist-author says.
'Frontier Justice:' Jake Croman Uber Rant Backlash Intrigues Blogger Mark Maynard
"Some things just speak so perfectly to the time in which they happen that there's really no way you can ignore them," the Ypsilanti writer-podcaster observers.
Why Cable News Makes Dearborn's Police Chief 'Feel Bad for the Community' Lately
Anaysa, left, and Brenda symbolize a community where "love your neighbors" is more than a slogan, Anays says at the Dearnorn Muslim Community page on Facebook.
Shelby Cop's Social Media Lesson for Teens Goes Global -- Not for Right Reason, Maybe
It started innocently during a guest's Internet safety presentation at Eisenhower High School. Well, glance again at her sign.
Dead Seahorses Seized At Metro Airport
With stories like this, the TSA is ripe for a reality show.