A world-renowned boxing gym known for legendary fighters like Tommy "The Hitman" Hearns is being demolished. Demolition efforts on the Kronk Gym began recently.
Gerald R. Ford International Airport has a new app. It launched on Android and IOS, offering information on flights, parking availability and wait times for security.
Northville Police are looking for the man who held up a Chase Bank. Authorities say the man walked into the bank at Seven Mile and Silver Spring Drive and demanded money.
The woman police say caused a fatal crash in Holland is only facing a misdemeanor. 56-year-old Rhonda Vandermyde is charged with a moving violation causing death after her semi-truck slammed into a vehicle parked at a red light.
A possible steering issue has prompted General Motors to recall over one million pickup trucks and SUV's. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration says the vehicles in question could experience a loss of power steering momentarily.
Local leaders and ministers will rally together and pray for peace and protection in Flint at noon Saturday, Sept. 22. Prayer Chain Day, started by Genesee County Sheriff Robert Pickell's late wife, Janet, will kick off with a prayer rally at Flint City Hall.
Target is boosting pay for holiday workers this year. The retailer will pay its temporary hires $12.00 an hour, a dollar more than last year. Target says it will hire 20% more people, adding up to 120,000 workers.
The Clare Police Chief has been cleared of any wrong doing following an investigation. After allegations that he misused the Law Enforcement Information Network, Chief Brian Gregory has now been cleared.
Forbes is listing the University of Michigan Wolverines are the third-most valuable college football team. According to the list, Michigan comes in behind Texas A&M and the University of Texas to snag the number three spot.
A Bloomingdale man is seriously injured after his horse-drawn buggy was hit by a van. Van Buren County Sheriff's deputies say the 67-year-old man was thrown from the buggy.
Warren Police say a 16-year-old female student at Fitzgerald High School died after a fight with another student. Investigators say the girl was stabbed by another female student in a classroom around 8 AM.
A new report says immigrants are contributing billions to Kent County's gross domestic product. The refugee resettlement agency New American Economy released a report that says foreign born residents in Kent County contributed over three-billion-dollars.
Organizations across metro Detroit are sending people and resources to the east coast ahead of Hurricane Florence. MedStar Ambulance, the American Red Cross of Michigan and Interstate Restoration have sent crews to help prepare for the storm and provide any necessary aid during and after the storm.
A program providing water heater replacement for low-income residents in Flint has been refueled with $1.2 million. The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services announced additional funding for the third-year program.
Chris Thomas has endorsed the "Promote the Vote" campaign, or proposal 3, on this November's ballot. The measure would allow no reason absentee voting and same-day registration.
Wayne County has the lowest average life expectancy in the state. Data released by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services lists the person's average life expectancy in Wayne county as 74-point-four-six years.
Four juveniles from Kalamazoo are facing charges for a home invasion and armed robbery.
A number of political and business leaders wrote letters of support for ex-State Senator Bert Johnson before he was sentenced for theft. He pleaded guilty to stealing 23-thousand dollars in taxpayer money.
The Grand Rapids Housing Commission has an extra 450-thousand dollars to support veterans and people with disabilities. The GRHC received federal grants recently that will go towards numerous programs keeping people off the streets.
A major renovation plan is being announced for the Scott Fountain on Belle Isle in Detroit. The 400-thousand dollar project was announced Tuesday morning by the Belle Isle Conservancy.
The East Central Bay Chapter of the American Red Cross deployed five people to help with hurricane Florence. For some, it's their first time, for others they've done it before, but they have one common goal and that's helping the people who need it.
The fire that destroyed Lisa Posthumus Lyons' home in Alto is believed to have an accidental cause, a state police fire investigator said. Investigators found nothing suspicious about the cause of the fire.
A new Soo lock could have a shot at becoming reality with a bipartisan bill on Capitol Hill. Congressional leaders released the America’s Water Infrastructure Act of 2018, which would also authorize the construction of a second 1,200 foot lock in the Soo.
The U.S. News and World Reports released the 2019 list of best colleges. The University of Michigan tied with Tufts University and Wake Forest University for the 27th place.
Kalamazoo County authorities identified two men killed in a boat accident. They say passengers Anthony Rogers and Lamar Ayers struck their heads on a cement barrier between Tub Lake into Barton Lake.
Following the Labor Day holiday, gasoline prices in Michigan rose by an average of six-cents a gallon in the latest Triple A Michigan Survey. The statewide average of two-dollars-92 cents a gallon is around 21-cents more compared to last year.
Pink Heart Day was held in Grand Rapids. The non-profit group I Understand hosted its first-ever daylong event designed to support those facing mental health issues.
Prospective tenants were able to view the first three completed homes in the Fitzgerald neighborhood project. The effort to revitalize homes and develop new housing is a partnership between Century Partners and the Platform development group.
The doctor whose research helped expose the Flint water crisis spoke at the University of Michigan in support of her recently-released book. Mona Hanna-Attisha visited UM's Rackham Auditorium.
First responders in Cadillac held its annual event, marking the 17th anniversary of the 9-11 attacks, with a message of safety. The Child Safety Expo honors lives lost on 9-11 and supports national preparedness month.
A major soda pop company is closing a facility in Kalamazoo. Coca-Cola Great Lakes filed a Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification last week, saying it plans to close its facility on Peekstock Road in early November.
The owner of Elite Ink Tattoo Studio in Centerline is repeating his act of kindness after he helped a man get a new wheelchair, which was stolen just days later.
Three road projects in Ottawa County are being delayed due to a labor dispute. Construction workers with Operating Engineers Local 324 left their work sites due to a contract dispute between the union and the Michigan Infrastructure and Transportation Association.
The summer of 2018 in Detroit was tied for the fifth-hottest ever. The average temperature was 74.4 degrees, equal to 2011, 2010 and 1955, according to the National Weather Service.
The 2018 summer events in downtown Flint are capped off. If you made it down to Back to the Bricks, the Crim, or Bikes on the Bricks you saw a busy downtown. As downtown businesses saw a profitable summer.
Two teenagers are in the hospital after an ATV crash in Missaukee County. Sheriff’s deputies responded to the 2800 block of W. Beeler Road in Reeder Township. They say a 14-year-old girl and a 12-year-old girl were hurt when the ATV they were riding hit a tree.