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Mother of 2 killed in hit-and-run incident in Detroit, police say

DETROIT – A mother of two was killed in a hit-and-run incident Monday in Detroit. The crash happened around 4:50 p.m. Monday (May 16) in the area of Dragoon and McMillan streets. Officials say the mother was walking in the median when an unknown vehicle coming southbound struck her. The driver of the vehicle continued without stopping. **Watch above video for more information.** Officials say that there’s video of the crash from Randas Tire Shop.

Community comes together to renovate Children’s Park in Lake Orion

LAKE ORION, Mich. – The playscape at Children’s Park in Lake Orion needed to be replaced but the city didn’t need to hire a contractor to do it. Instead, friends and neighbors are all chipping in to get the job done. There is no minimum age requirement to help out, but a parent or guardian needs to sign a waiver for minors. Click here to sign up to help build the park. Watch the video above for the full story.

Michigan Lottery: Powerball ticket worth $1M expires on May 5

A Michigan Lottery player is sitting on a winning Powerball ticket worth $1M, and it expires this week. The winning ticket from the May 5, 2021 drawing was sold at the Warren Market, located at 28069 Mound Road in Warren. The winning ticket matched the five white balls drawn: 16-23-28-40-63. The winner should contact the Michigan Lottery Player Relations Division at (517) 373-1237 to schedule an appointment to collect the big prize. The prize must be claimed at the Lottery’s headquarters in La

2 hospitalized after driver flees Warren police, crashes into utility pole

WARREN, Mich. – Two people are hospitalized after a driver fled police during a traffic stop in Warren. The incident happened Monday (May 2) night. Police said the driver fled, lost control, ran a red light, and crashed into another vehicle before crashing into a utility pole in the area of 10 Mile Road and Groesbeck Highway. Police said there was a woman in the passenger seat of the vehicle that fled. When the vehicle crashed the male driver tried to flee on foot but was taken into custody.

Chilling video shows 6 assault rifle shots fired from car speeding past Redford Township home

REDFORD TOWNSHIP, Mich. – Surveillance cameras captured video of someone firing six assault rifle shots from a car as it sped past a home in Redford Township. It happened Monday night (April 4) outside a home on Beech Daly between 6 Mile and 7 Mile roads. The home has a series of high-definition cameras surrounding the property because of a recent break-in. Video shows a car driving past the home and unloading an assault rifle, firing six shots in total. “My heart was racing,” Alicia Bonanno

Police: Murder suspect taken into custody on Detroit’s west side

DETROIT – Police have just taken a murder suspect into custody after he barricaded himself in a home with a woman and child on Tireman and Greenfield on Detroit’s west side. Police say the alleged gunman pulled out an SRT as authorities surrounded the home. The barricaded gunman refused to come outside when officers approached the home, police say. The suspected gunman let the woman and child out of the home, but the suspect barricaded himself in the house, officials say. After negotiations

Police: 17-year-old girl killed in crash in Clinton Township

CLINTON TOWNSHIP, Mich. – A 17-year-old girl is dead after veering off the road and crashing into a house, police said. The accident happened on 19 Mile and Romeo Plank roads near Chippewa Valley High School, where the driver lost control, going off-road through some fences and crashing into a home’s garage, according to authorities. Officials say the teen was driving a silver Chevy Cobalt when a sideswipe involving a 2013 Ford Explorer going in the same direction took place. That’s when the g

Taste of spring across Metro Detroit

DETROIT – A beautiful evening topped off a lovely day in Detroit on Monday (March 14). The ice rink is now empty as the ice is gone, soon turning into green grass. It was really a wonderful day in Detroit as the last of the ice broke away in the Detroit River with the sunshine and a gentle breeze with temperatures in the mid to upper 50s; people are ready for spring. “I’ve been ready for spring since January,” said one resident. “I’ve been waiting on spring since forever, seems like too long,

Canadian ‘Freedom Convoy’ forces Ambassador Bridge to shut down

DETROIT – The protests started about 10 days ago in Ottawa, with truckers calling themselves the “Freedom Convoy.” The group opposes a recent mandate requiring drivers entering Canada to be fully vaccinated or face testing and quarantine requirements. The Canadian Freedom Convoy protest made its way to Windsor, Ontario, Canada, using the Ambassador Bridge as their target. The back-up started on I-75 and the Ambassador Bridge around 3 p.m. Monday (Feb. 7) afternoon; And as day turned into nigh

Cargo ships get stuck in ice jams on St. Clair River

ST. CLAIR COUNTY, Mich. – The cold weather is doing a number on the St. Clair River. Ice jams have been forming and have led to some cargo ships being trapped. Read: Flood advisory issued for areas along St. Clair River due to ice blockage The ice jams aren’t just a concern in the water, they cause concern on nearby land too. The National Weather Service (NWS) issued a flood advisory for areas along the river from Marysville to Algonac due to the ice blockage. “At 8:10 a.m., emergency manage

Water main break on Detroit’s east side creates huge mess

DETROIT – Detroit police arrived on the scene of a water main break Tuesday night on Harper Avenue and Chalmers Street on Detroit’s east side. Water was gushing everywhere from the main pipe that burst, filling the street full of liquid. Water department workers also were there doing what they can to help as Harper Avenue runs parallel with I-94. The drains could not control the water as it is too much to cope with, causing cars to turn around and drive in the opposite direction. “First it wa
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