'Katoi Is Bigger Than Any Building,' Owners Say After Fire, Vowing to 'Be Back Soon'
"To the future and beyond," executive chef Brad Greenhill (pictured) posts with co-owner Courtney Henriette. Admirers express support on social media.
Woman Testifies Ex-MSU Doctor Sexually Abused Her for Years as a Kid
The case was bound over for trial. Dr. Larry Nassar is under investigation for allegedly sexually abusing young girls over two decades.
Lengel: My Encounters with James Nichols, Brother of Bomber Terry Nichols
James Nichols, brother of Terry Nichols, who was convicted in the 1995 Oklahoma bombing, died Tuesday at 62.
A Detroit Saga: Three Films and a Memoir About Richard Wershe Jr. Are Coming
Wershe has signed to write a memoir with HarperCollins imprint Dey Street Books, reports The Hollywood Reporter.
Couple on Weekend Getaway in Detroit Lose Dog to Thief in Corktown
"I'm just thinking, wow, how are you going to find him? He could be anywhere at this point," says owner Carrie Heist-Jarvi.
Update: Wershe Talks to Parole Board Head, Hopes For Freedom
"It would be overwhelming, to say the least, to be able to hug my family and sit down and pray with them and eat dinner and lunch with them," Rick Wershe Jr. tells WDIV.
Detroit Cop Fatally Shoots Man on West Side
The incident began, police say, when officers tried to stop a speeding green Pontiac.
Well, That Was Quick: 2 QLine Streetcars Vandalized with Anti-Police Tag
"ACAB," which stands for All Cops Are Bastards, is sprayed across two streetcars.
Man Who Set Himself on Fire in Wendy's Dies
The man on fire was calling for help inside the restaurant, WWJ reports.
Kwame Kilpatrick Says He Shouldn't Have to Pay $1.6 Million in Restitution
The government has not "presented an adequate basis for this court to determine" an accurate amount of restitution, the ex-mayor's attorney writes.
Men Accused of Torture and Forcing Women to Have Sex with Customers at Detroit Motel
Most of the rooms at the Victory Inn on Michigan Avenue in Detroit were used for a criminal enterprise, the feds allege.
Former Judge Brian MacKenzie: Safe Housing Can Prevent Crime
"There is a lot of talk about how we need to be tough on crime, but I've always thought it was far more important to be effective," writes retired Judge Brian MacKenzie.
Wacky Reason Behind Molotov Cocktail Toss at Carmen Harlan's Detroit Home
"Officers were on patrol when they observed a female with a backpack light a Molotov cocktail and throw it at the house," a police deputy chief says.
Harper Woods State Rep. Brian Banks Admits Fraud, Resigns
He alrady had eight felonies from 1998 to 2004, mostly for bad checks and credit card fraud. "He used his seat as a plea-bargaining chip," Jack Lessenberry says on Michigan Radio.
Open Carry Stunt at Dearborn Police Station Sparks Tense Moments, 2 Arrests
Police Chief Ronald Haddad condemns "totally unacceptable and irresponsible" behavior. Officers seized loaded handguns and semi-automatic rifles, body armor and ballistic vests.