Eye witness accounts are saying funnel clouds have been sighted around northern Macomb County. Sirens in the county went off. More>>
Police and fire are conducting a search for a missing 17-year-old tonight. Crews are searching the area of the lake just west of the Belleville Road bridge. More>>
A suspected killer wore a tether at the time of his crime, making it easy for Detroit Police to catch him. More>>
Residents packed the Palazzo, filling it to capacity to talk about oil drilling in Shelby Township - about 650, who had plenty to say. More>>
"18 years from now I'm just hoping that it's not my son laying down dead," said one African-American Ferguson resident. "I want him to have a future, a bright one."
An argument outside the Ferndale library escalated Wednesday when a gun entered the fray. More>>
Some Detroit City Council members may be deliberately ignoring a state law that bans tinted front car windows. More>>
Charlie heads to the frontlines of Ferguson and finds a voice of reason and bravery against impossible odds. More>>
A farmer's market that some called a roadblock was a message to some that Detroit residents are not welcome in Grosse Pointe Park. Now the two cities are entering into a partnership. More>>
Judge Dennis Powers is throwing in the towel. His retirement is effective Sept. 1, just a few weeks before having to answer to misconduct charges by the judicial tenure commission. More>>
While much of the trash from last Monday's storm is expected to be cleared out within the next few days -- most cities say it will still be weeks until things return to normal.
Johnny Persyn says that thieves are breaking into these unoccupied houses after seeing the city of Warren's stickers as an invitation.
Macomb County Executive Mark A. Hackel, along with the Macomb County Planning Economic Development Department and the city of Utica, announced a development project Monday that will allow for the building of a multi-million dollar baseball stadium that will host independent league games. More>>
Jay Towers has been named anchor of the weekday morning newscast “FOX 2 Morning News,” announced Kevin Roseborough, the station’s Vice President and News Director.
The Michigan Education Department has approved the Detroit Public Schools plan to cut teachers' pay by 10 percent.
Michigan officials have reached an agreement to remove farmers market sheds that block a roadway between the poverty-pocked east side of Detroit and upscale Grosse Pointe Park. More>>
A former teacher at Bishop Foley High School was in court Wednesday, accused of having a sexual relationship with a student.
School is just around the corner and rather than brushing up on some history, one child made some of his own.
Although Detroit residents are grateful for new street lights, they are concerned with the lack of coverage the new bulbs provide. More>>
The son of a 55-year-old Westland man who died after an alleged assault at a concert said the 15-year-old teen being investigated is not to blame. More>>
Waseana Ballard has been a teacher in the Detroit Public Schools for 16 years and says she has taken a pay cut every year. Come October 1, Ballard and thousands of other Detroit Public Schools teachers and employees will likely take another one. More>>
It's not just the garbage trucks having trouble keeping up. There is so much trash after last week's flood and trying to get it off city streets is just part of the problem.
It's not just the garbage trucks having trouble keeping up. There is so much trash after last week's flood and trying to get it off city streets is just part of the problem.More>>
Last year three homes were burglarized in the township of 30,000 people. In the past two weeks five homes have been hit, not including one botched break in. More>>
It is a line full of storm stories, one after the other of people still dealing with their drenched and destroyed homes. These pictures will always remind Mary Bitzman of the heartache and hardship. More>>
Standing in handcuffs Tuesday was James Donald VanCallis, 32, appearing for his preliminary exam on drug charges. Afterward, Michigan State Police named him a person of interest in the murder investigation of April Millsap.
The Michigan Humane Society has announced a $2,500 reward for information in a case in which an armed robber killed a man's puppy by smashing it against the pavement.
Peanut and almond butters sold at Whole Foods, Trader Joe's and other grocers are being recalled because of possible salmonella contamination. A unit of Hain Celestial Group Inc. says there have been reports of four illnesses that may be related to the nut butters. They were sold under the brand names Arrowhead Mills Peanut Butters, MaraNatha Almond Butters and Peanut Butters, and private label brands for Whole Foods, Trader Joe's, Kroger and Safeway. More>>
The family of Renisha McBride is taking the man who killed her back to court. This time her family has filed a multi-million dollar civil suit.
Flooding has caused I-94 at Wyoming has snared traffic in both directions. More>>
Active duty military families are in need of school supplies.
Find a list of helpful phone numbers and website links for Macomb, Oakland and Wayne counties.
Macomb County city websites for resources on the August flood of 2014 More>>
Recaro is recalling more than 39,000 child safety seats because they can let a child's head move too far in a crash. More>>
Little Kaylah Hunter and Kristian Justice are still missing from Detroit months after their mother was found murdered. Now, some volunteers pray that a new discovery might be the hope the children's family has been waiting for.
A man has died after being struck by a train, according to police.
A 55-year-old Westland man is on life support after he was assaulted during Hank Williams, Jr. concert Sunday. More>>
She's gone through so many surgeries since getting attacked by a raccoon as a baby. Charlotte Ponce just wrapped up another operation -- but this one came with a happy surprise.
Detroit Police Chief James Craig says the protests and violent response in Ferguson can likely be traced to police not having a substantive relationship with the community it serves.
At the United Way call center, operators field phone call after phone call from people in need.Now the latest effort to avoid water shutoffs has come from United Way, Ford and General Motors for a total of $200,000 to the Detroit Water Fund helping low income Detroiters who can't afford their water bills. More>>
Back to school time means packing up the backpacks.Dr. Art Niederkohr of the Anchor Bay Spine Center said that parents want to watch the weight of backpacks and pay attention to how much it drags on the child wearing it. More>>
St. Clair Shores are asking for your help identifying a brazen armed robber who was caught on tape.
Governor Rick Snyder returned to metro Detroit -- this time to survey the damage in Warren. The city says that flooding damaged a third of all homes and businesses there - at a cost of $1.2 billion dollars. More>>
The high water has receded but the wake of damage left behind remains and with it, piles and piles of garbage. What do you do with all that garbage?As people clear their homes of sewer water soaked debris, another problem presents itself in full visual: Streets lined with walls of garbage.UGH! And EEEWW! This is some nasty stuff. So what do you about it? For one thing, be patient.
The FBI is conducting another search in the area of Goodells, near Armada where April Millsap was found murdered last month.
Detroit Police have arrested a man for bludgeoning the man seen in the video. The suspect in a brutal hammer attack recorded on a viral video is in Wayne County Jail on a $100,000 bond.
Police say a man in his 20s has drowned at Lake Saint Clair Metropark.
Macomb County Executive Ryan Ermanni has issued the Ice Bucket Challenge to Fox 2's Ryan Ermanni. More>>
Oakland County is holding a resource center this week for victims of the flood last week.
Police are investigating a one-vehicle accident on Detroit's west side that happened early Monday morning.
Is oil drilling coming to a neighborhood near you? Can you cash in or will it sink your property values? And what's "fracking" all about? Plus, he may pull off one of the biggest political upsets in state history. Wes Nakagiri joins us to discuss his bid to unseat the Lt. Governor.
Cruisers came out in droves showcasing elegant oldies and American muscle. Fox 2's Ron Savage got an early look at the Dream Cruise and checked out some of the cars - and some of the drivers. More>>
Fourteen-year-old Wyandotte resident John Martinez says it started with a bad headache followed by a rash and then a two-day stay at children's hospital. His mother Nancy Martinez said that her son may have caught it while wrestling. More>>
The 20th Woodward Dream Cruise kicks off Saturday showcasing thousands of classic cars.Fox 2's resident classic car enthusiast M. L. Elrick took to the streets with his 1962 Pontiac Tempest to experience the ride firsthand. More>>
Governor Rick Snyder visited one of the hardest hit areas, Royal Oak, surveying flood damage and helping residents impacted by the storm Friday. More>>
Many have lost so much from Monday's flood, but in Clinton Township a family lost their house to Monday's flood, and their insurance company is refusing to pay. Now, they are looking for somewhere to turn. More>>
Curbsides everywhere around the area have become resting places for piles of trash and it's put a strain on sanitation workers. Huntington Woods is one of the hardest communities hit.
Moving out - nobody on Pinehurst inside Laurel Valley Apartments in Sterling Heights has a choice, after Monday's storms left them underwater. More>>
Fox 2's Roop Raj has accepted Blaine and Allyson from 96.3 WDVD's Ice Bucket Challenge. The bucket was dumped on Roop live on-air Friday morning. More>>
Police are investigating after they say a body was found near the swimming pool at Palmer Park in Detroit.
Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson urges residents to check on vulnerable family members and neighbors in the aftermath of Monday night’s storms. More>>
The 2014 Susan G. Komen Michigan 3-Day begins at Suburban Collection Showplace Friday morning at 5:00 a.m. and will travel 60 miles through the Michigan area, concluding Sunday at Ford World Headquarters.
The city of Warren has set up an emergency hotline for those in need of help with the clean-up of flooded basements.
The list of current freeway closures around metro Detroit is dwindling after Monday's flooding. MDOT has been making progress and nearly every freeway is back open. Here's the full list.
Next time you visit the Detroit Zoo, remember to take binoculars with you. Here's why.
Next time you visit the Detroit Zoo, remember to take binoculars with you. Here's why.More>>
Big backups greeted commuters on I-94 Thursday when MDOT shut down the highway to work on a section of the road that buckled. As of Friday morning, though, that stretch of road has been reopened. More>>
One of the areas hardest hit by Monday's flood is Warren, where Mayor Jim Fouts is fighting to get federal funding for the roughly 18,000 homes damaged. More>>
A 16-year-old teen boy escaped unharmed after a basement wall collapsed Monday night in Warren . More>>
Imagine your surprise when you see a horse is at the door - it's a horsey house call. More>>
A Detroit man made up a story of shooting an intruder Thursday.
The storm came, the damage is done and now you need help. But where do you turn? Macomb County has set up a program to help provide answers
Margaret Terry taught her neighbor, Stevie Wonder, how to play this piano when they were kids - right here in the home on 25th street in Detroit." More>>
Disaster Relief at Work, or DRAW, travels around the country to help storm victims -- but now they are helping some right here at home. The local organization is now helping flood victims around metro Detroit who lost so many of their belongings. More>>
Charitable organizations like 1-800 charity cars are making a difference to those in need.
On Thursday, August 14, a summer blizzard will chill Metro Detroit. But, this isn't a snowstorm. It's a Dairy Queen Blizzard! More>>
Two young women could have been casualties Monday if it were not for the kindness of strangers in a pair of incidents from Dearborn and Dearborn Heights.
While the state was trying to put the flooded Detroit freeway system back together again, the Michigan Senate was in session for one day to permit the hunting of wolves. More>>
Whether they were hardware stores or pizza places, there was a flood of business that followed Monday's torrential rain showers. More>>
What started as a suspected illegal gun buy, escalated as a suspect tried to run over a police officer who shot at the vehicle.
Although flooding has been cleared around most of metro Detroit, vehicles are still stuck in Allen Park where it's high tide on Outer Drive. More>>
As the cleanup continues, lots of furniture, clothes, toys and more are piling up along curbs all over metro Detroit.Some people are viewing that trash as treasure and leaving others are worried of where the contaminated items might end up.. More>>
A sea of pink has invaded the Southfield Civic Center Wednesday for the 17th annual Making Strides Against Breast Cancer event happening Oct. 11. More>>
Almost all the freeways are open, the last of the cleaning remains - I-75 northbound at I-696. But what a difference a day can make. More>>
Illegally dumped tires are getting a lot more mileage in some fashionable footwear. They're called "Detroit Treads." Sandals made from recycled tires.
The last of metro Detroit's freeways have been reopened, but questions as to why the flooding was as bad as it was, remain. More>>
Hiring a professional restoration team to clean up a flooded basement can cost thousands of dollars - but if you can't afford the professionals, you can clean it up yourself. More>>
Police in Wayne need your help to find a man who's been missing for nearly two weeks. David White is 46 years old.He was last seen on August 1 at his job in Livonia. More>>
Fifty-one-year-old Andy Anderson, the fun-loving dancing grandfather from Inkster, is now fighting for his life after being found in the street not far from his home last Thursday night. More>>
It could be days, weeks - even months before things return to normal on some metro Detroit freeways. More>>
Gov. Rick Snyder has issued a declaration of disaster for Wayne, Oakland and Macomb counties following Monday's flooding.
Two replica ships of Christopher Columbus's are docked in Wyandotte. More>>
The Southeastern Michigan Chapter of the American Red Cross has opened an emergency shelter in suburban Detroit for those affected by flooding. More>>
Thousands of basements were affected by Monday's flooding and nearly as many residents have questions about their flood insurance. More>>
A major Detroit creditor objects to the bankrupt city's plan to wipe out or reduce billions of dollars in debt, saying it should be scrapped before a trial scheduled to start next week. More>>
Several freeways are still closed due to Monday's severe flooding. Crews are working around the clock, including at I-696 and I-75 which is the busiest area in the state according to MDOT. More>>
The deaths of two Warren women, one 100 and the other 33, are being linked to Monday's flooding.
Heavy rain and flooding caused a dilapidated unoccupied house to collapse on top of a neighbor's residence on Detroit's westside. More>>
"All the sudden, out of nowhere a wave of water came over the top of me and the bank came in and kicked the truck over," said Crag Payne, a stranded concrete driver. "It was full of concrete and there I was stuck. More>>
The death of Robin Williams brings to light the topic of suicide and mental health.Fox 2's Deena Centofanti tells us how suicide is preventable.
It only took a few hours for the water to drain, but by then the damage in many houses was already done. More>>
Heavy rain in record amounts across southeastern Michigan on Monday night left many roads impassable. Fox 2 viewers sent in hundreds of photos and several videos to demonstrate with full clarity just how crazy was out there.
Fox 2 viewers came to the aid of a Hall of Shame victim and helped deliver a new set of wheels.
Comedian Robin Williams has died, according to media reports. More>>
Michigan State Police dive teams cruised the flooded interstate looking for signs of submerged cars and damage near the intersection of I-75 and I-696. Water rose up to 14 feet in some spots after the heavy rainfall. More>>
Warren Mayor Jim Fouts has declared a state of emergency after the city experienced severe flooding after Monday rainstorms. Hundreds of vehicles have been abandoned in the city. More>>
Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan has released this statement after the flooding from Monday's rainfall. More>>
The National Weather Service says Monday's rains that caused severe flooding in the Detroit area were record-setting. More>>
Much of metro Detroit was under water Monday evening after heavy rain. Many of you have sent in photos and video of flooded streets and basements. Fox 2 would like to see your photos and video to help us tell the complete story of the flooding. More>>
There is no timetable for water removal, according to MDOT which said it will be working through the night.
The Fox 2 Weather Authority team says more rain is in the forecast for Tuesday but it will be nothing like what we experienced Monday, which has left most of metro Detroit still under water.
At 13 mile in Roseville the water was three feet deep with many surrounding roads closed.
The Detroit Zoo will be closed on Tuesday due to flooding damage and cleanup. More>>
Most Michigan public school children still have three weeks of summer left. now might be the time to do what you can to stop the summer brain drain. More>>
A police chase in Rochester Hills ends in a suicide - in the car with the driver, a 5-year-old boy. More>>
On I-96 just west of Wyoming, traffic is light but moving slowly and every so often, the sound of sirens can be heard. Drivers are still being rescued while MDOT and Michigan State Police are asking all motorists to stay off the road. More>>
Floating cars, flooding basements, Madison Heights one of many suburban cities hit hard by Monday rains.
Authorities are investigating a shooting on Detroit's northwest side where they say a 10-year-old has shot his father in the back. More>>
Cheryl Selders was working Sunday night at her son's South Beach Sun Tanning Salon in Southgate on North Line Road, when two criminals came in demanding money. More>>
Residents of southeast Michigan are upset over Hayley Turner's abduction hoax and criminal charges could be possible.
An armored truck was robbed in front of Detroit's Cass Tech High School Monday morning.
Ecorse officials held a press conference Monday morning, saying the whole truth will eventually come out about 18-year-old Hayley Turner's disappearance. They say "quite a bit" of manpower was extended during the search.
Hundreds of new cars means thousands of donations for a local nonprofit. The money will help hundreds of adults with developmental disabilities lead a better life.
The National Weather Service has issued flood advisory for Lenawee, Monroe, Washtenaw and Wayne counties until 5:30 p.m. Monday.
Bay City officials are continuing their search for the source of a water main break that's been draining 10 million gallons of water a day. More>>
Hundreds of people gathered on Belle Isle Sunday for the 'Pitch for Detroit' kickball tournament. The goal of the event was to raise $25,000 for a firehouse in Southwest Detroit. More>>
Hundreds of people took to the streets of Sterling Heights Sunday to express outrage over the persecution of Iraqi Christians. More>>
He fought for freedom, dined with intellectuals, and helped America become a superpower. Sunday, World War II veteran Carrol Dick celebrated his 105th birthday and Fox 2 was fortunate enough to be there! More>>
Monroe County teen Hayley Turner was not abducted. We just received this notice from the Monroe County Sheriff's Department: As a result of this afternoon's interview with the alleged victim, "it was determined that the incident did not take place, as originally reported." More>>
It was a great night for a football game under the lights in Redford! Saturday, players took the filed at Redford Thurston High School for an alumni game to raise money for school athletic programs. More>>
Ted Wafer's attorney reacts to the guilty verdict by the jury in the Renisha McBride murder trial. Plus, is it time to rethink primaries in Michigan? More>>
The group One Michigan took part in an international vigil for refugee children Saturday with pro-immigrant groups across the Americas. They're holding a week of actions in support of thousands of refugee children arriving to the United States. More>>
The life of a TV news reporter is always an adventure. Saturday, Fox 2's Amy Lange took things to new heights, jumping out of an airplane with the US Army Golden Knights. More>>
Cedar Point is looking for hundreds of fun, enthusiastic people of all ages who want to work this fall for the park’s HalloWeekends event. More>>
Two people will go to jail for a deadly mistake, leaving a gun within a young child's reach. More>>
A 22-year-old Plymouth man escaped serious injury after leading police on a high-speed chase that ended with a fiery crash.But his luck ran out there, as he had to answer to Wayne County Sheriffs after a high speed chase.
Members of the local Arab-American community are demanding answers tonight after an online publication posted a controversial report. More>>
Summer break is a little bit shorter for some kids across Michigan this year - they're going back to school on Monday.
A major freeway closure this weekend - thanks to construction. More>>
Investigators are still putting together pieces to the circumstances of Hayley Turner's disappearance Friday night. More>>
.F-16 fighter jets can travel as fast as 1,500 miles per hour - twice the speed of sound. On Friday, Fox 2's Derek Kevra got to fly in one. More>>
Hayley Turner was found alive in Ecorse this afternoon according to the Monroe County Sheriff's Department. More>>
The federal judge in charge of Detroit's bankruptcy and the city's largest creditors see first hand the financial state of the city. More>>
The Monroe Wastewater Treatment Plant is getting a $10.5 million upgrade.
A road rage incident cost a Romulus police officer his job. More>>
A thief accused of stealing money for charity goes on the run in a stolen vehicle through several cities. More>>
A police officer hit by a car after a traffic stop, shot the fleeing suspect on Detroit's west side. More>>