DETROIT (WWJ) – A semi-truck careens off of the bridge at I-75 — landing in a mangled heap below and amazingly the driver is able to walk away. 144 more words
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DETROIT (WWJ) – The Detroit Archdiocese has brought a special guest to the city. Starting Sunday until the end of July the Pilgrim Virgin Statue for Our Lady of Fatima will be visiting a dozen parishes and is expected to draw large crowds. 193 more words
DETROIT (WWJ) – “The language of the campaign in the Republican party is an all-time degrading – I’ve never seen anything like it,” said Ralph Nader while in town to be inducted into the Automotive Hall of Fame. 170 more words
DETROIT – Attention all aspiring Pokémon masters! Here’s your chance to meet up with fellow Pokémon Go enthusiasts in Detroit’s Cultural Center Friday to hunt for Pokémon during a day-long event. 311 more words
LANSING (WWJ) – A federal judge has ruled on Michigan’s ban on straight-party ticket voting.
U.S. District Judge Gershwin Drain signed an injunction blocking the state’s ban on straight-party ticket voting reports WWJ’s Stephanie Davis. 102 more words
FLINT, Mich. (AP) – A jury has cleared four people in the fatal shooting of a 79-year-old man at his Flint home.
Three of the men were released from jail Thursday where they had been held for nearly two years while awaiting trial reports… 88 more words
DETROIT (WWJ) – DTE Energy crews are reporting nearly 13,000 homes and businesses without power as a result of the storms that passed Thursday afternoon. The largest outage of about 4,300 customers is east of Ann Arbor. 125 more words