Police & Fire
The latest on local crime and public safety.
Consumers who bought fish oil supplement didn’t get what they paid for in peculiar tampering scheme.
“Soaking wet” 18-month-old was clad only in a diaper when police found her sleeping in her stroller, was “pruned up” from being in the rain.
Robert Kobe was like “an uncle that picks on you, but doesn’t mean to hurt you,” says son, who wants to make sure teen is treated fairly.
James Donald Vancallis appeared in court Tuesday on drug charges. He hasn’t been charged in April Millsap’s murder.
Defendant asked sentencing to be delayed so he could surgeries related to nine gunshot wounds sustained in an unrelated incident.
The Wayne teen taken into custody has been released pending a thorough investigation by Oakland County Sheriff's deputies.
Bank branch manager allegedly admitted to police he wanted “video of ‘his girls’ at the bank” as they used the restroom.
Detroit police urge calm as racial unrest in St. Louis suburb and across the country exposes crack in police-minority community relations.
After initially declining to issue the declaration, governor takes step that could end in federal disaster declaration.
Residents are urged to stay off the roads after about 4.6 inches of rain fell in metro Detroit on Monday.
A Bedford Township teen was reported missing Aug. 7, now officials say the feared disappearance never happened.
Stabbing victim’s family has compassion for his attacker. Their pain is “not to be taken lightly,” great uncle says.
No arrests in the death of 14-year-old April Millsap, whose dog, Penny, led joggers to her body along a recreational trail.
“You struggle to understand how and why something like this could happen,” police chief says.
Mistake No. 1: Tenants overlooked pilot light. Mistake No. 2: 16 flea bombs were about four times too many, fire chief says.
Current Toledo Mud Hens pitcher said he “did nothing wrong” and the idea he drugged a woman for sex is “ridiculous.”
Dearborn man’s attorney says the judge “got it wrong” with second-degree murder charge and manslaughter is more appropriate.
A 54-year-old Michigan man is dead after his vehicle crashed into a bee-infested house, but authorities don’t believe he died from stings.
The "mummified" body of a woman believed to be the owner of a foreclosed Oakland County home was discovered in the back seat of a Jeep in the attached garage. Neighbors said they hadn't seen
Families of the victims in the Nov. 1 accident have filed civil suits against the Oakland County Sheriff's Office.