Full Movement Detroit Festival lineup featuring more than 115 performers announced
Movement Festival Detroit will include performances from Underworld, Charlotte de Witte, Skrillex, Detroit rapper Kash Doll, Three 6 Mafia, Jaxx (DJ Set), Cybotron, Zeds Dead, and more.
Michigan Senate approve tax package without $180 'inflation relief' checks
Michigan Democrats failed to get enough Republican votes to secure the $180 rebate checks. Two other major changes to Michigan's tax policy did pass, however.
General Motors layoffs coming for white collar workers
Some 500 positions will be eliminated by General Motors who is targeting reducing structural costs within the company as it pours billions of dollars into new electric vehicle projects.
Michigan's marijuana industry sending $60M to cities and counties with pot businesses
Washtenaw County raked in nearly $2 million alone since its hosting 40 weed businesses. Here's the other cities, townships, and villages that will get money.
Thank you Randy Wimbley
Randy Wimbley signed off for the last time from FOX 2, as we bid farewell to him on The Edge at 11.
Thank you Randy Wimbley
FOX 2's Randy Wimbley is signing off from FOX 2 after eight years, here's a quick good-bye from The Edge at 11.
Facebook did nothing to help woman whose special needs nephew was bullied online
An entire Facebook page was created just to make fun of, and bully a 21-year-old Metro Detroit man with autism. HIs family had to get creative to have the page taken down after the social media giant provided zero help.
Woman who provides rides to those in need has car stolen on Detroit's west side
It's one thing if someone steals your car and you rely on it, but for one Detroit woman - so many others rely on her vehicle, too.
Day five without power in Berkley takes toll on residents
Thousands are still in dark - most of them have gone six days without power. It is a time period no one anticipated and it is clearly taking it’s toll.
Inmate of Detroit Residential Reentry Center convicted of receiving child porn
When Matthew Mercer-Kinser testified in his own defense during trial, he admitted his sexual fetish for children.
Rochester Hills mom of two boys killed by fentanyl testifies before Congress
Rebecca Kiessling testified before the Homeland Security subcommittee on border security.
Debate over making area around voting drop boxes and polling places gun free zones heats up
The pro-gun lobby was quick to assert that the mere presence of somebody with a gun is not intimidation unless there is a threat to intimidate.
FOX 2's youngest, 'biggest fan' from Fraser celebrates 1st birthday in style
Little Evelyn Plachata had a FOX 2-themed birthday party on Feb. 24 - and the celebration really was breaking news.
'He went running back into the house': Family's dog saves 1-year-old during fire
"Everything is gone that's really all I can say," said Janet Kelley. "We've been in our van piled up just living in there." They do still have each other though - thanks to their dog Blue.
Family of 6 loses home in house fire, says dog saved 1-year-old in blaze
A family of six and their dog Blue are all living in their van after a fire destroyed their home. One-year-old Chantal was still inside the house when the family said Blue darted back into the fire.
Detroit sues bishop over unfinished Perfecting Church on Woodward
In 2003, Bishop Marvin Winans revealed plans for Perfecting Church on Woodward Avenue. Two decades later, that building is still unfinished, and the city of Detroit is fed up.
DDOT Paratransit makes sure riders with disablities get where they need to
Paratransit in Detroit helps nearly 2,000 people with disabilities get around, and the goal is to continue to make service more reliable, safer, and affordable.
Detroit takes action against unfinished Perfecting Church
The city of Detroit is suing Bishop Marvin Winans two decades after he revealed plans for Perfecting Church because the church is still unfinished. According to the city, building permits to work on the church haven't been pulled since 2018.
Detroit's Mo Pop Festival announces hiatus of summer festival, plans to highlight performers moving forward
Mo Pop, an annual summer festival in Detroit, is going on hiatus, with plans to shift gears.
Over 25K still without power a week after Michigan Ice Storm
Wednesday will mark one week since a crippling ice storm knocked nearly a million Michigan residents off of the electric grid. DTE has restored power for most but there are still more than 25,000 who are living without electricity.