It's Xmas Tree Lighting Time
Detroit will be all aglow tonight.
It's the annual Christmas Tree lighting ceremony at Campus Martius with a second tree lighting ceremony at Beacon Park at 1901 Grand River.
The festivities begin at 5 and run through midnight.
There will be ice skating, Santa and local choirs at Campus Mar
Deer Hunter Killed
A deer hunter has been shot and killed while hunting on private land near Torch Lake in Northern Michigan.
The DNR and State Police responded to a call near the town of Alden.
The DNR has not released the name of the victim but said he is from downstate.
The investigation shows the man was sh
GM Buyout Offer Deadline Near
Time is running short for General Motors salaried workers considering a buyout offer.
The deadline for accepting the offer is Monday.
The automaker announced on October 31st that it was offering a voluntary severance program to its 18-thousand salaried employees in North America who have 12 or m
VW Goes On Electric Car Offensive
Volkswagen has committed to spending tens of billions of dollars as part of a dramatic shift to electric and autonomous vehicles.
The Germany carmaker said that it would invest E44 billion ($50 billion) by 2023 to develop electric cars, self-driving vehicles and other new technology.
L-Brooks Says He's Staying Put
Will L-Brooks Patterson step aside as Oakland County executive, now that Democrats have a majority on the county board of commissioners? The local political icon has given an answer.
Democrats will hold a majority on the Oakland County board for the first time in more than 40 years followi
UM Gurus Out With Econ Forecast
Economists at the University of Michigan say in an annual forecast that effects of federal spending and tax cuts on U.S. economic growth will start to diminish in 2019 before fading away in 2020.
Researchers are projecting overall economic output , the gross domestic product, will register 2.7 pe