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Police investigating shooting death young Detroit woman

Detroit police detectives continue to investigate the recent shooting death of a young woman who was shot and killed while she was sitting with a friend in a car.

Christina Samuel, 22, died after two men opened fire on the car as she was taking to a male friend in a car parked on Carlisle... read more

86-year-old Man from Detroit goes missing after winning lottery

An 86-year-old man from Detroit has gone missing after he won approximately $20,000 in lottery. According to relatives of Arthur Neal Jr., it's been a week since they saw him. He was last seen at his home on December 20 and his relatives said that this is a strange behavior from Neal as he is... read more

Detroit man accused of killing teen enters not-guilty plea

A young Detroit man accused of lethally shooting a teen on Christmas Day signed a not-guilty plea through his attorney on Monday.

According to the Wayne County Prosecutor's Office, 16-year-old Bernard Walker was at a friend's house at around 1:30 p. m. on December 25 on the 4100 block of... read more

Detroit murder reward increased to $10,000

The reward for any information leading to the killer who shot and killed a Grosse Pointe teen and left three others wounded around a week ago has been increased to $10,000.

A local attorney named Thomas Guastello has donated $5,000 to Crime Stoppers in order to encourage any person having... read more

Metro Detroit, Ann Arbor theaters to show ‘The Interview’ on Christmas

A few days after postponing the Christmas Day release of controversial comedy film "The Interview," Sony announced that the comedy would be shown on the same day in a limited number of theaters.

The Interview was scheduled to be released on Christmas Day, but the Japanese company... read more

Cadillac to unveil Lansing-built CTS-V sedan at Detroit auto show

General Motors Co.'s luxury brand Cadillac will unveil its Lansing-built newest CTS sedan at the upcoming the North American International Auto Show, which is scheduled to take place at Cobo Center, Detroit, in January 2015.

The 2016 CTS-V high-performance sedan is being called the most... read more

Younger drivers are better at ‘texting while driving’ than their older counterparts

A new research carried out by Detroit's Wayne State University researchers has, surprisingly, revealed that 'texting while driving' can be more perilous for older and mature motorists as compared to their younger counterparts.

According to the research, older and more experienced drivers... read more

Satanist, Christian holiday displays to share grounds next week

The official approval to the Detroit chapter of the Satanic Temple for displaying its exhibit at the Michigan State Capitol grounds next week triggered concerns among some Christians that their planned Nativity could be canceled.

As of now, the two very different holiday displays are... read more

Detroit gets $50 million to fight blight

Twelve Michigan cities will get a share from more than $75 million in federal funding to fight blight; with Detroit - the Motor City struggling to emerge from the nation's biggest municipal bankruptcy - set to receive around two-thirds of the money.

The money has been provided by the U.S... read more

Satanic Display to Stand Next to Capitol Christmas Tree

Permission for a display on the Michigan Capitol's north lawn for three days before Christmas has been granted to the Detroit branch of a secularist group that includes Satanists. However, an individual is looking forward to receive local help to exhibit a proposed nativity scene near the... read more

Iconic Detroit news anchor Bill Bonds dies

Iconic Detroit news reporter and anchor Bill Bonds, who also worked for ABC news stations in Los Angeles and New York, passed away last Saturday at the age of 82.

Bonds' longtime employer WXYZ-TV reported that the legendary reporter and anchor died following a heart attack.

He... read more

Civic leaders form coalition to fix Detroit’s schools

Nearly three dozen civic and community leaders on Thursday joined forces to form a coalition to improve education for all Detroit students.

The Coalition for the Future of Detroit Schoolchildren includes leaders from diverse fields, including education, business, religion and community.... read more

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