Did you see that thing?! If so, share it here!
Also, social media erupted with rumors Friday that the Batmobile had been stolen from a set of "Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice."
The joke(r) was on anyone who shared or retweeted a story about theft of the Caped Crusader’s machine.
Also, solar flare could foul up communications, Michigan's gubernatorial race is statistically tied, Ray Rice provides a teachable moment.
Experience the early 1900s on Sunday, Sept. 21 from 11 a.m.-5 p.m.
The story of how Deputy Corrections Keeper George Haight died is rich with duplicity and trickery. He is being recognized 121 years later.
“He was definitely a great dog,” says the owner of the Guinness World Record-holder as the tallest dog that ever lived.
Responders have “almost no capability” to respond to submerged spills, adding urgency to study of pipeline safety, spill preparedness.
A major solar flare launched off the Sun Wednesday, potentially unleashing a geomagnetic storm that could interrupt communications.
Also, Oakland County releases a list of road projects.
There’s nothing funny about Detroit’s bankruptcy, but this vido from “The Colbert Report” will split your sides.
About 10,000 metro Detroit residents are still in the dark after Friday's gales. More storms are on the way.
Deer hunting is a big deal in Michigan, where more than 650,000 deer hunters take to the woods every year.
Also, a body found in a wooded area ends the mystery surrounding the disappearance of a Rochester Hills man last January.
Daytime TV diva Rachael Ray is coming to metro Detroit with charity that gets rescued pets glam-shot ready to enhance chances of adoption.
After severe storms, some Michigan parishioners see a holy apparition in a dumpling.
DTE Energy calls the straight-line winds that rolled through southeast Michigan "the 10th most impactful storm" in its 111-year history.
Topping our Patch Baker’s Dozen, a collection of 13 posts from Michigan over the past week, is a story of a family’s crushing grief.
On a lighter note, whinny if you want to hear the punch line: Some area firefighters went to see a fellow about a horse …
Today may test southeast Michigander’s flood-worn last nerve. But the payback comes on the weekend.
Also, vote for your favorite police officer, firefighter, soldier or veteran in Comercia Bank’s National Anthem contest.