DETROIT (WWJ) – An investigation continues on Detroit’s west side Thursday night where a woman was hit and killed after being struck by several cars. 179 more words
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LANSING, Mich. (AP) – The Michigan Senate set the stage for a showdown with Gov. Rick Snyder over a proposed overhaul of Medicaid financing and approved a slew of other bills Thursday, the final day of voting before the postelection “lame duck” period. 604 more words
MACOMB TOWNSHIP, Mich. (WWJ/AP) – A 44-year-old suburban Detroit man has been arraigned in the death of his 38-year-old wife who was on a call with 911 when she was fatally shot. 166 more words
DETROIT (WWJ) – It’s a novel idea in the city of Detroit — a program to train prisoners to help demolish the city’s thousands of abandoned homes. 203 more words
LANSING (WWJ) – Could the EPA have done something sooner to protect the people of Flint?
The Environmental Protection Agency’s internal watchdog, Inspector General Arthur Elkin, says the agency should have acted sooner to respond to the lead-contaminated-water crisis in Flint. 155 more words
DETROIT (WWJ) – You can now track your city bus in real-time through an online map. The Detroit Department of Transportation has launched a new webpage that features a map that tracks the location of every in-service bus. 60 more words
DETROIT (WWJ) – The wait grew to over four hours Wednesday as metro Detroiters were awarded the rare opportunity to tour a Navy ship.
Barbara Smith from Dearborn emerged from the USS Detroit, with her husband Scott, beaming ear to ear and brimming with information about the ship: 214 more words