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The search for a woman believed kidnapped turned to Harbor Island, north of Grand Haven, Mich., after an anonymous tip was received, authorities said...Heeringa hasn't been seen since April 26 when she was working at a local gas station and
He's the only man on the one-man police force in Gaines Township, Mich. Mich. -- The entire township police department is in the patrol car on this morning, rolling down the long roads that crisscross the countryside. The chief is there, along with
cans of pasta sauce The suspect, described as heavyset and about age 60, fled with the stolen cash from the Fifth Third Bank branch in Clinton Township, outside Detroit, in a car driven by a man. Tuesday, April 9, 2013, 10:19 AM Henrik Sorensen/
Starting today, young and inexperienced Michigan drivers have to put down the one thing most teens can't live without -- their cell phones. "I don't really like it, but it's safer at the same time," Melissa Bonin, 17, of Clinton Township, Mich. said
Mich. (AP) The Michigan House on Tuesday approved expanding the state's online public sex offender registry to people convicted of certain crimes against children. The crimes covered by the proposal include unlawful imprisonment of a minor and
F or the 22 years he was mayor, Richard M. Daley relied upon a select group of police officers to ensure his safety and that of his family...Now, members of the police detail that served Daley are being questioned by Dan K.
Mich. (AP) Authorities say they have charged two mid-Michigan jail officers with embezzling money. AM reports Friday that Ogemaw County Jail employees Rodney Harry and Steven Pizzala Jr. have been charged with embezzling between $200 and $1,000.
Mich. (AP) Trooper Jim Griffiths with the Michigan State Police isn't your typical road patrol officer: He's patrolling the county's roads and highways with a special focus on commercial vehicles. Because not only do commercial vehicles semi-trucks,
Mich. (AP) A cold case team has been formed to investigate the death of a woman who was shot once by a high-powered rifle from about 100 yards away as she walked with her 5-year-old daughter toward the entrance of a Michigan zoo in 2001. Michigan
FoxNews.com Clinton Tarver has been serving hot dogs to hungry locals in downtown Lansing, Mich., for the last five years, but a brush this week with a pro-union protest literally upended his small business in a matter of minutes. During a protest