Detroit Agrees to Pay $225,000 in Fatal Shootings by Cops of 3 Dogs in Pot Raid
"As far as I know this is the largest settlement of this kind that the city of Detroit has made," says attorney Chris Olson.
Fed Judge Won't Free Ex-Trash Hauling King Before Sentencing
Chuck Rizzo is a central figure in an FBI probe in which local officials were given bribes in exchange for landing garbage hauling contracts.
'As a Student, I Am Terrified:' A Detroit Teen Tells Why Saturday March Matters
"How many mass shootings does it take to get to the center of the real issue?" asks Renaissance High senior Imani Harris.
Devontae Sanford Arrested in Arizona After Allegedly Firing Wildly into Park
Devontae Sanford was imprisoned in 2008 after being wrongfully convicted of a quadruple homicide when he was 15. He served eight years before his release in 2016.
Feds: Ex-UAW Official Spent Funds on $4,500 Steak Dinner, $1,160 Designer Shoes
Former UAW official Nancy A. Johnson, 57, is accused of spending $1,160 for designer shoes and $1,217 for salon/spa services using Fiat Chrysler money.
Video: This Detroit Police Commander Is Demoted After Hospitalizing Restaurant Patron
Timothy Leach (pictured) is bounced to lieutenant and under investigation after a forceful Corktown restaurant ejection while working off-duty. [Fox 2 photo]
Engler Accuses Lawmakers of Interfering in Nassar Suits; Victims Say He Lies
"You actually slowed down the momentum. That’s what you did," MSU Interim President John Engler tells lawmakers.
Verlander Gives the Finger in Tweet Condemning Ballplayer Who Beat Fiancee
Justin Verlander is outraged over a video of a minor league baseball player beating his fiancee. The 2016 clip is posted with this story.
Ex-Detroit Cop Gets 2 Years for Collision Shop Bribe
Five other Detroit cops await sentencing or trial, charged with referring cars to collision shops for cash.
Pastor with Opulent Mansion Faces Embezzlement Trial
Rev. Jon Wehrle earned $42,000 a year from an Okemos church and managed to build an 11,300-square-foot mansion.
Finally: The Last of About 600 Detroit Rape Kits to Be Tested
Just over 600 kits remain from a batch of rape kits discovered at an abandoned Detroit police facility in 2009, The Detroit News reports.
'I Never Hit Her:' Troy's City Manager Tried to Keep His Job with This Letter
"I would never hurt a female," Brian Kishnick wrote Sunday in a faileed effort to stay in the job he held for more than five years. He earned $236,534 a year, including benefits.
Fired! Troy City Manager Gets Ax After Domestic Assault Arrest
“It’s never a good feeling to terminate anyone," Mayor Dane Slater says, "but I'm confident we made the right decision."