For the second time in a month, a big marijuana stash has been found in Ford and Lincoln vehicles shipped from Mexico.
Some of the best and most useful content comes from the Patch community. Here's a roundup of stories from this week.
The FBI used an anti-terrorism spy device to bust open a $164 million health-care scheme. Your local police agency may be snooping, too.
Kid Rock promises an announcement soon on his run for U.S. Sen. Debbie Stabenow’s seat, says he is revving up voter-registration nonprofit.
Third Macomb County Jail suicide prompts action from Sheriff.
If you're planning to go see "Detroit," here are seven things you may not know about the movie recalling Detroit's 1967 riots.
Hundreds of people turned out in Michigan to say goodbye for a cancer-stricken dog that served three tours in Afghanistan with the Marines.
FCA considers suing former executive over UAW scandal.
Bolts may fracture in certain F-series vehicles, Ford Escapes and Lincoln MKC SUVs. Most are in the United States.
The Powerball jackpot grew again after Wednesday's drawing. What would you do with $230 million in your bank account?
This map showing the most hated thing will start your day with a laugh. Michiganders' abhor pride and prejudice, which is hard to argue with, but some of the others are facepalm worthy.
A 70-year-old retired Detroit police officer may be hospitalized for at least a week after an early Sunday morning attack.
This is heartbreaking.
The HaterDater app connects couples based on their common hates, which a scientific study suggests promotes bonding.