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A judge will hear testimony today to decide whether a Pontiac man should stand trial on charges he killed a 22-year-old mother during a high speed police chase.
Pontiac - -- A Royal Oak man who spent seven years in prison on charges of child sex assault, a crime he did not commit, is suing the Oakland County Sheriff's Office, alleging false arrest and malicious prosecution, according to a lawsuit filed Wednesday in Oakland Circuit Court.
Pontiac -- A prospective juror was removed from the Oakland Circuit Court building Tuesday morning after several blades -- including a large hunting knife -- were discovered inside his backpack during a routine security check.
The Michigan Economic Development Corporation today approved a stream of funding for projects in counties particularly affected by the state's harsh winter.
A West Michigan automotive supplier is building two large manufacturing facilities in Michigan and economic dealmakers expect at least one of them to supply a General Motors plant slotted for production of the next generation Chevrolet Camaro.
When Jacob Peetz and Frank Ritz were kids they dreamed about playing in a rock band.
A 28-year-old Pontiac man was taken into custody Sunday and charged with threatening to kill his uncle during an argument over food left in a microwave oven in a house the two have shared for the past few months.
An Oakland County father is facing drunk driving and child endangerment charges after running into a utility pole and a car in Pontiac.
Pontiac -- Authorities arrested a man who pulled a gun on his uncle and threatened to shoot after food was left in the microwave Sunday afternoon, according to Oakland County Sheriff's Office.
Filming for the Zack Snyder-directed movie "Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice" could start heating - and speeding - up in downtown Detroit.
Authorities have confirmed that the mummified remains of a body found in a Michigan garage were those of a Massachusetts woman.
Tom Trice, Public Works director for Bloomfield Township, said the damage caused by this past winter was the worst he had seen in his 47-year career in public works.
Officers say 29-year-old Michael Harp asked to make a call on his cellphone Tuesday afternoon while being booked in Corbin.
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Updated: Thu Jul 24, 2014 08:00 am
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