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Macomb Marine Division shows off newest boat in its fleet

Macomb County Sheriff Anthony Wickersham, left, U.S. Rep. Candice Miller, U.S. Coast Guard Sector Detroit Deputy Commander Ray Negron and U.S. Rep. Sander Levin talk inside the pilot house of a new patrol boat purchased, in part, with a FEMA grant. Todd McInturf / The Detroit News

— The Marine Division of the Macomb County Sheriff's Office on Tuesday displayed one of its three new patrol boats bought with a federal grant. More

Person of interest in Armada teen's killing jailed on pot charge

Defendant James Donald Vancallis, center,  stands with his attorney, Dean Ankouny, right, as he waives his right to a preliminary exam on drug charges on Tuesday afternoon.

A 32-year-old man arrested on marijuana charges is a person of interest in the killing of an Armada teen whose body was found in a ditch alongside a hiking trail. James Donald VanCallis was taken into custody last month after the FBI searched a home in Goodells in St. Clair County. More

Suspect arrested in Shelby Twp. armed robberies

Shelby Township police arrested a 25-year-old man Tuesday they say is connected to a recent string of armed robberies there. More

Social media reconnects woman reported dead in Detroit flooding, man who saved her

Dustin Rowen of Canton shows a photo of last week's scene at Chicago and Van Dyke in Warren where he rescued Jena David from a car. Robin Buckson / The Detroit News

Thanks to social media and a little luck, Jena David connected with the stranger who whisked her away from rising flood waters last week and carried her on his shoulders to safety, possibly saving her life. More

Police search in Goodells connected to probe of teen's death near Macomb Orchard Trail

April Millsap Facebook

Authorities are executing a search warrant Monday in the case of April Millsap, the 14-year-old Armada girl whose body was found last month near the Macomb Orchard Trail. More

Macomb unveils plans for minor league baseball facility in Utica

Preliminary Field View of minor league Ballpark proposed for Utica. General Sports

County officials announced Monday the development of a sports stadium in the city for semi-pro independent league baseball that also would offer a venue for family entertainment. More

Snyder to Metro Detroiters: Document your losses from flooding

Gov. Rick Snyder and Warren Mayor Jim Fouts survey damage Monday to a home, where a basement wall was blown out due to last week's massive rains and flooding in Warren. Charles V. Tines / The Detroit News

Gov. Rick Snyder, in town Monday to tour flood damage in the city, urged residents around Metro Detroit to meticulously document their losses in preparation for the State of Michigan to officially request federal disaster assistance. More

Weight loss clinic in Shelby Twp. robbed by man with knife

The suspect is described as approximately 5 feet 9 inches tall, age 20-25, with black hair, facial stubble and an olive complexion.

Shelby Township police are seeking the public's help to find a man who robbed a weight loss clinic with a knife on Monday. More

Greek culture shines at St. Clair Shores festival

Isbel Standish, 9, of Grosse Pointe Farms feeds goats during the festival. Elizabeth Conley / The Detroit News

Assumption Greek Orthodox Church in St. Clair Shores held its Assumption Greek Festival over the weekend. More

Mother of child found running down Gratiot located

Mount Clemens — The Macomb County sheriff's office says a 5-year-old boy was spotted running down a Mount Clemens roadway in the middle of the night. More

Shootings in Harrison Twp. ruled murder-suicide

Harrison Township — Police said two people found dead in a Harrison Township apartment Thursday afternoon died in a murder-suicide. More

Shelby Township to consider oil drilling update

Shelby Township — A Detroit-area township will hold a public meeting to consider updates on an energy company's plan to drill there for oil. More

Flood toll: Costs add up as cities, counties tally damage to homes, roads

Kevin Cockrell removes basement carpet destroyed by flooding at his home in Warren on Tuesday. David Coates / Detroit News

The storm toll is becoming clear three days after near-record rains flooded the Metro area. In Warren, an estimated 18,047 homes were damaged with a total cash value of $1.2 billion. Dearborn said 40 percent of home and businesses were affected More

Groups push to put Sterling Heights non-discrimination ordinance on ballot

Opponents of the city's non-discrimination ordinance, which includes sexual orientation and gender identity, have filed a petition seeking to put it up for public vote. More

Flood believed responsible for deaths of Warren centenarian, 2 others

Warren — A 100-year-old woman — a Tiger fan, proud family matriarch and game show aficionada — was among three Metro Detroiters whose deaths are believed to be linked to Monday's epic flooding. More

Warren declares state of emergency after flooding

Vehicles stranded on I-696 exit at Mound Rd. Tuesday. Detroit News / David Coates

Warren — Severe flooding due to Monday's massive thunderstorms has caused the city of Warren on Tuesday to declare a state of emergency. More

2 charged in baseball bat attack in Roseville

Roseville — Police say two suspects have been charged with aggravated assault after hitting two men with a baseball bat during an altercation at an apartment. More

Man guilty of molesting girls at wife's Fraser day care

Mount Clemens — A jury has convicted a 67-year-old man of nine counts of criminal sexual conduct for molesting three young girls at his wife's day care center. More

Police: Pony gets loose at Warren festival; 7 injured

Warren — A one-pony mini-stampede at a church festival left seven people with bumps and bruises over the weekend. More

Protesters rally in Sterling Heights for Iraqi Christians

Protesters call on President Barack Obama to end the bloodshed against Iraqi Christians. 'America put us into this mess (and) they need to take us out,' said Raneen Razouki, one of the demonstrators. Brandy Baker / The Detroit News

Wearing red-and-white T-shirts and carrying huge red crosses, members of Metro Detroit's Chaldean community rallied Sunday to bring attention to the humanitarian crisis in their Iraq homeland. More

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