Here in Michigan we have a "super drunk" violation that says if you're tanked behind the wheel, but a first-time offender, you'll pay a bunch of fines and have more stringent driving restrictions. One of our esteemed Detroit politicians is facing that charge.
Three would-be teenage car thieves were foiled at their attempt to carjack a 70-year-old woman when they found out her Kia Spectra had a manual transmission, something none of the scofflaws knew how to use.
Detroit's Belle Isle, an island park that sometimes doubles as a track, is in the center of controversy because of increased police presence on the island. The number of arrests on the island have gone up in recent months — including one bizarre incident involving a woman speeding to a baby shower with a half-pound of…
"These kids need to get outside more!" should never be uttered by a cranky old man after reading something like this. Police in a Detroit suburb arrested a very, very young man twice in two days for riding around with car thieves in stolen vehicles.
I've mentioned before that getting food delivered in the city of Detroit is a bit of a challenge. Now you can see firsthand, thanks to this video of a local news anchor riding with a pistol-packing pizza delivery driver.
A little bit of good news from GM, which is harder to come by lately. The automaker's OnStar division is partnering with the Detroit Police Department to make it easier to track down stolen cars with the service. Great news for that narrow population of people that actually have it!
The body of a Pennsylvania woman missing since February 9 was found this week in a car with tinted windows and covered with snow, both of which made it impossible for anyone passing the vehicle to see inside, police say.
Two years ago, a man was charged with terrorizing the I-96 corridor between Oakland and Livingston counties after shooting into cars going up and down the freeway. Now police are looking for another possible shooter, this time targeting drivers on M-59 in northern Oakland County.
Heroin! Last week we weren't talking about it at all, today it's a global pandemic. The latest in white-horse escapades went flying down Woodward Avenue yesterday and culminated in the arrest of a father, mother and son.
Well, this is one of those things that makes you consider not helping people ever: A Hawaii woman says that when she stopped to help three people injured in a car accident, the driver and a passenger took off in her Mazda Miata while she helped the third injured passenger.
Are you in the market for a second-gen four-door Chevy Blazer with decent miles, four-wheel-drive and enough cargo room to carry around dismembered body parts? A charity lot in Detroit has just the one for you!
Hoo boy. Not even a week into service, and brand-new Detroit City Councilman George Cushingberry, Jr. — feel free to use any "Cush/kush" jokes you'd like — was pulled over for suspicion of drunken driving, and found riding with alcohol and marijuana. But the officer who pulled him and another passenger over let them…
An absolutely bizarre rise and fall of a Texas car salesman who gained local notoriety by chasing down a criminal in his subdivision, spinning a yarn about being a top Olympic athlete in his home country of Finland and apparently screwing his boss ends with charges of sexual assault against two teen girls.
New Police Chief James Craig has been in town for about five months and he's already been a victim of an attempted carjacking. Welcome to Detroit!
Police in Ferndale, a Detroit suburb, arrested a woman who spit on medical workers trying to treat her for her injuries and her son, who was dressed in women's clothing, after leading a high-speed chase along 8 and 9 Mile roads.
A 23-year-old Detroit man was shot and killed shortly after yelling at speeding driver going down his street to slow down because there were kids playing in the area.
Detroit Police say a man chasing his girlfriend at speeds around 70 mph caused the woman to lose control, launch over a freeway embankment and land her car atop a pickup truck, resulting in the deaths of four people.
Two Michigan men are dead after what witnesses describe as a road rage incident gone terribly wrong. Really, really wrong.
Not that we'd advocate skirting the long arm of the law or anything, but if you've got any open tickets with the city of Detroit's 36th District Court right now, it's a good time to show up at court.