5-Year-Old Claims Teachers Taped Mouth Shut, Threw Out LunchA Michigan family is demanding answers after their five-year-old son claims two teachers repeatedly taped his mouth shut and threw out his lunch at school.
Man Used Fake School Shooting As Diversion To Rob Bank, FBI SaysWilliam Francis Minore used a phony school shooting and other similar emergencies as a distraction while he held up banks, according to the FBI.
5 Things You Missed: Villanova Earns Second Title In Dominating FashionA wild 2018 NCAA Tournament has finally come to an end. After dominating six straight games, the Villanova Wildcats have earned the title of National Champions.
5 Things: Final Four To Bring Even More MadnessThis NCAA Tournament has been particularly crazy, even by March Madness standards. Will a surprising Final Four bring even more excitement?
Parents Turn In Son To Stop School Shooting Plot In MichiganA Michigan high school student who was allegedly planning a deadly school shooting has been taken into custody after his parents alerted police about the threat.
5 Things: Automatic Bids To Big DanceWith March Madness a week away, conference tournaments are crowning their winners, giving select teams an automatic NCAA Tournament bid.
Meteor Lights Up The Sky Across MichiganThe U.S. Geologic Survey says a meteor lit up the skies across Michigan Tuesday night.
Relative: Rep. Conyers Won't Seek Re-Election Due To HealthEmbattled Democrat John Conyers may be wrapping up his political career.
412 Charged In Health Fraud Schemes Worth $1.3 BillionMore than 400 people have been charged with taking part in health care fraud and opioid scams that totaled $1.3 billion in false billing, said Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Thursday.
Canadian Man Charged In Stabbing Of Airport Officer In FlintAuthorities are investigating a possible act of terrorism after a police officer was stabbed in the neck at the Flint airport by a man with a knife Wednesday.
Winter Storm Weakens But Thousands Still Without Power While the harsh winter storm that swept into the northern Great Plains has weakened, thousands remain without power in the Dakotas and Michigan.
Michigan Recount Now In Doubt; Pennsylvania Sets HearingThe election recount in Michigan suddenly appears in doubt after a state appeals court said the Green Party candidate's poor showing disqualified her from seeking a second look at the votes.