Police & Fire
The latest on local crime and public safety.
Police saw man holding woman at gunpoint at Rochester mobile home. The standoff ended about 9 a.m. Saturday.
Almost a decade ago, Bassel Abdul-Amir Saad pleaded no contest to charges stemming from an assault during a soccer match.
Kindergartener's father has a medical cannabis grower's card; his attorney says pot smell on daughter wasn't probable cause for warrant.
When the full super Moon rose over a metro Detroit community Tuesday, it had nothing to do with the lunar calendar.
School officials relocate games, say it will cost $10,000 to erase outline of giant male genitalia that began appearing after Labor Day.
Offers to help bankrupt Detroit mean firefighters may soon be able to recycle pop cans instead of relying on them for alerts.
You won't believe who police officers found and what was going on when they responded to a suspected burglary in progress.
When police caught up with the suspect, she reportedly said she took the wheelchair “because she didn’t feel like walking.”
Etched names of 11 police and fire officials will be added to the granite wall in a ceremony featuring keynote remarks by Gov. Rick Snyder.
The officer has been suspended with pay pending the outcome of the investigation against him.
Family of Martin Edward Zale, charged with open murder in the death of Derek Flemming, "completely shocked by his," attorney says.
Video ignites a firestorm online, sparks a question: If adults don’t stop children’s cruelty to animals, are they liable?
Prosecutor’s office retains the right to refile murder charges against Jamie Peterson, who is mentally impaired, but lawyers aren’t worried.
Move over cute kitties and adorable doggies. Firefighters’ latest darlin’ is a filly.
“ … How horrible that young, innocent minds have to learn the reality that their parents are not invincible,” says anguished wife.
In the old days, collection of evidence would’ve taken up to a month, decreasing the likelihood stolen property would be recovered.
You’ve heard of cutting off your nose to spite your face; how about burning the house to shoo away the bees?
Attacks on Amish are rare, and a series of armed night-time robberies have flummoxed Michigan officials – until now.
Michigan man allegedly leaves a clue after mowing down police signs with a pickup – not his, but one he was supposed to be fixing.
The large warehouse concept that makes home improvement stores financially successful may also make them inherently dangerous, lawyer says