Sizzling Summer Heat Kills 5 in Roseville
Current temperatures can be particularly dangerous for elderly citizens.
Caption Fill-In: Readers Have Fun with This Photo of Detroit's Top Cop, James Craig
The chief "shows that he can show some killer dance moves while wearing an awesome shirt," posts Christina Griffith in her caption challenge entry.
After the Applause, 'We Heard Something Else' -- Regent Explains UM Gift Reversal
Mark Bernstein, a University of Michigan regent and graduate, heard "deep, heartfelt concern" about losing the only African American name on a campus building.
'He Inspired:' Metro Detroit Gay Rights Pioneer Jeff Montgomery Dies at 63
"He was a little rock with a big ripple," says the director of Equality Michigan. "He was consumed with the notion of fairness and equality," another admirer says.
Macomb County Woman Dies from Bacterial Meningitis
Macomb's Health Department confirms that Kristy Malter, 21. died.
Drone Video: Hamtramck Church Fly-By Ends with a Smashing Close-Up (Literally)
Sunshine and an eye-level altitude provide vivid vistas for 33 seconds. Then comes a zooming-in scene far more vivid than the ground pilot wants.
Bad Cops Are 'Very Few and Far Between,' This Past Detroit Officer Says in Viral Post
"It breaks my heart to see all this hatred and anger flying around," says a 17-year police veteran. "All it's doing is encouraging more of the same."
Cyclist Crosses Windsor-Detroit Tunnel -- Illegally -- to Hear Steely Dan
Kyle Colasanti, 24, of Windsor, really wanted to get to the Steely Dan concert at the DTE Energy Music Theater in Clarkston last month. He paid $200 for a ticket.
Mom Says Daughter, 3, Bit into Wendy's Burger with Glass
A light bulb may have broken during maintenance, Wendy's says.
A Detroit Newcomer Reflects on the 'Complex and Complicated' City That's Home Now
Porch-sitting, car-fixing, mosque prayers, American flag sweaters, vegetable gardens and Bengali music are part of Liana Aghajanian's diverse neighborhood.
It's the End of the Line for Southfield Lathrup High School
Southfield Lathrup became the victim of falling enrollment and worsening finances in the Southfield Public Schools.
Chapter from New Book: 'Flint Happiness Carries an Asterisk, a Never-Ending Footnote'
"Flint happiness is a fought-for happiness, an earned happiness," writes journalist Scott Atkinson, editor of a new book with prose and poetry by 11 women and 10 men from that city.
A Kind Gesture: Ann Arbor Teachers' Group Helps Detroit Schools with Supplies
"They were absolutely thrilled with all the things that were there," said Pat Stejskal, organizer of the event that provided Detroit school teachers with free teaching materials.
Detroit-Area Native and Man He Planned to Wed Among Dead in Orlando
"They were soul mates. You can tell by how they looked at each other. It's a little comforting that they died together," says one victim's sister.
In Duggan's Absence, Police Chief James Craig Will Be Mayor
“It’s rare that Mayor Duggan is ever unavailable, but I do appreciate his confidence in designating me to act as mayor if the situation should ever arise," Chief James Craig said.