An outspoken Detroit pastor is calling foul on the NBA A lot of men are getting rich by playing professional basketball and Rev. Horace Sheffield thinks the league should share the wealth. Sheffield calls it "greenlining" - the economic exclusion of people of color beyond the basketball court.
Michigan State Police arrested a man accused of exposing himself to a little girl in Howell. The man allegedly flashed his privates while the child was shopping at Meijer with her mother and baby brother. Like so many protective moms, Krystle Coates never takes her eyes off her young children, but even that wasn't enough to protect her 5-year-old daughter against a sexual predator.
It was April 2015 and the lives of Patrick Marshall and his 17-year-old twin sisters was about to change forever. Patrick found his mother, a triple amputee, dead. The cause of death? Diabetes complications. Patrick was just a month away from graduating from Wayne Memorial High School.
A man posed as a Detroit official but turns out - he's nothing more than a sneaky thief. Take a good look at this guy - police say he posed as a Detroit fire inspector and stole thousands of dollars from one Detroit gas station and a pistol from another.
Former Detroit City Council president and FOX 2 anchorman Charles Pugh had nothing to say to the people of Detroit as he was arrested outside his New York apartment and hauled away in cuffs. But through the screen door of his Detroit home, his uncle spoke to us candidly about the allegations.
Detroit police are looking into a possible hate crime after a disturbing video is posted online. Now, they're looking for the suspect -- and the victim. A man posted a video on Twitter that shows him pointing a gun at a man he believes is gay.
A 73-year-old Northville man is charged with committing an obscene act at a community pool. Police say he was fondling himself near some families. And as we discovered tonight - police say this isn't this man's first time pleasuring himself in public and now he could spend the rest of his life behind bars.
A former NFL running back from metro Detroit is dead after accidentally shooting himself at a car dealership Zurlon Tipton was just 26 years old, was fatally wounded in the stomach and his grieving mother is talking to FOX 2. Tipton had been alert and talking at Mike Riehl's Roseville Chrysler Dodge Jeep dealership after he accidentally shot himself.
It is an unusual civil case out of Oakland County. A woman is suing her doctor for the stress caused by an unplanned pregnancy. He told her there was no chance she could get pregnant but she did, with a child who has Down syndrome.
The gruesome photo went viral on social media of the arm of a dead man, dangling out of the trunk of a car on Detroit's east side. It is hard enough to lose a child, but this father learned of his son's murder on Facebook.
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