Former Automotive Executive Cuts A Deal
A former Fiat Chrysler executive, charged with looting a training center for blue-collar workers and diverting more than $1 million dollars in funds, has reached a plea deal with federal prosecutors.
Forty Five Year Old Diary Returned
A Michigan father and his son have gone out of their way to return a 45 year old diary to its rightful owner.
Plenty To Do For Michigan Lawmakers
As 2018 gets underway, Michigan lawmakers have their hands full with upcoming issues.
Tightening Up Tap Regulations In Michigan
Environmental regulators in Michigan are setting the stage to keep Michigan water clean, by setting state standards for regulation.
Train-Pedestrian Fatality In Downtown Battle Creek
Battle Creek Police were called to the train tracks, downtown, Monday afternoon, after a man had reportedly walked in front of a train.
State Of Michigan Pushing To Keep Juvenile Offenders Behind Bars
Michigan prosecutors are doing what they can to keep 200 juvenile lifers behind bars.
Final Prayers Heard At Detroit Area Church
A Roman Catholic Church in Detroit is closing its doors after 100 years of service.
A Charitable Gift of Gold
An anonymous donor in suburban Detroit has dropped more than $6,000 into a Salvation Army kettle.
Grand Rapids Police, Grabbing More Guns
Police in Grand Rapids have been busy this year, gathering up guns.
Money Back In Unemployed Pockets
Governor Snyder is working lawmakers to compensate thousands of Michigan residents who were exonerated of fraudulently collecting unemployment benefits.