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4 hrs ago | Detroit News
This time, the state Republican Party is claiming Schauer violated state election law by making illegal candidate-to-candidate expenditures by propping up the unchallenged candidacy of his running mate, Oakland County Clerk Lisa Brown .
20 hrs ago | Detroit Free Press
A worker in a front end loader adds salt from the salt dome behind him into a 12 tons salt and plow truck at the Oakland County Road Commission in Waterford on Saturday, January 4, 2014.
The evening commute is starting off on a stormy note for Metro Detroiters. Rain was falling across the region, including in downtown Detroit, just after 5 p.m. In less than an hour, more than an inch had fallen in some spots; many places saw less than half an inch, according to the National Weather Service.
Oakland Community College and Oakland Schools signed an agreement today that provides Oakland County high school students a seamless transition from the Oakland Career and Technical Education programs into a post-secondary course of study at OCC.
The Ice Bucket Challenge sweeping across the nation -- where celebrities, politicians, and people who like to see themselves on YouTube are pouring ice-cubes and water on their heads to raise money for ALS has apparently prompted a decidedly more painful challenge, involving matches and fire accelerants.
A horse shares it's space with an oil well at the intersection of Tipton Highway and Moore Road in Adrian.
This image from a compilation video of "fire challenges" shows a teenager after igniting flammable liquid on her body.
37-year-old Robert Stefaniak is set for trial October 9th in Oakland County Circuit Court on a single count of larceny of $1,000 or more.
Joan Young is the first woman to receive the 2014 Judicial Excellence Award, which is named for the late Hilda Gage.
Two protesters with Michigan Coalition Against Tar Sands caused trucks to back up at the Precision Pipeline truck yard after chaining their necks to one of the vehicles.
In anticipation of a new school year about to begin, Birmingham Schools Supt. Daniel Nerad and Bloomfield Hills Schools Supt.
Unfortunately, this is by and large not the case. In the wake of violence in Ferguson, Missouri and public accusations of excessive police force, President Obama has ordered a review of the Department of Defense Excess Property Program, which distributes excess military equipment to local police departments.
Not only have Ed Kay's Milford Township property taxes dropped by nearly $4,000 this year, he's also expecting a refund check of about $14,000 from Oakland County.
A group that opposes expanding an underground oil pipeline in Michigan says two of its members are in custody after locking themselves to a truck belonging to a company involved with the project.
Even if you don't know Jane Purslow, you've probably seen her snapping pictures at a festival, parade, Kensington Metropark or any number of places in western Oakland County.
Robert Kobe died Tuesday afternoon from injuries he sustained after reportedly being shoved by a 15-year-old Wayne teen and striking his head on the concrete in the concourse area.
Updated: Wed Aug 27, 2014 09:56 pm
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