Trenton, MI


Riverview osteopath appointed to Michigan board

RIVERVIEW – Dr. Craig S. Glines of Riverview has been appointed by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer to the Michigan Board of Osteopathic Medicine and Surgery, effective Jan. 1, 2023, for a four-year term. He currently serves as the director of Medical Education for Beaumont Hospital, Farmington Hills, Trenton and Southfield,...
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'He went septic': 10-year-old Downriver boy dies from flu

SOUTHGATE, Mich. (FOX 2) - A week ago Dylan Witt was a healthy, vibrant child attending school at Creative Montessori Academy in Southgate. "He liked football. He loved cars," his mother Angela Webster said. "He liked drums, played in elementary school band." However, late last week the 10-year-old started feeling...

Trenton City Council approves SWAT body armor purchase

TRENTON – The City Council approved the purchase of new body armor for the three police officers on the Downriver Mutual Aid Special Weapons and Tactics team during its Dec. 5 meeting. The total cost of the protective gear is $5,231 and will be purchased through On Duty Gear...

Thursday accident claims one life

The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office responded to a traffic collision Thursday morning, Dec. 8 for a two vehicle accident. The crash happened approximately six miles east of Wayne on Highway 35. An eastbound vehicle driven by Caleb Jeppesen, 38, of Wayne collided with a westbound semi-truck driven by Dakota...

Substance abusing guest wears out welcome

WYANDOTTE — A 37-year-old Grand Rapids man with a history of substance abuse was arrested the night of Nov. 26 when his disruptive behavior caused his host to ask him to leave his residence in the 3500 block of 14th Street, since the host believed that the man was under the influence of a controlled substance.

Moment Michigan man 'moons' judge during bond hearing

A Michigan man pulled down his trousers to expose his bare buttocks to a judge during a bond hearing on Tuesday, 6 December. Hassan Chokr, 35, is facing two felony counts of ethnic intimidation for allegedly shouting antisemitic comments outside a Jewish daycare centre, appearing in court on a separate charge of resisting arrest.Wayne County Judge Regina Thomas had Chokr's microphone muted as he appeared in court via video link, before he "mooned" in front of the camera."I am putting him in the waiting room," Judge Thomas said.Click here to sign up for our newsletters. Read More Christmas travel chaos expected as staff strike at UK's biggest airportsIdaho murders: Police search for car seen near where students were killedBackstreet Boys' Nick Carter accused of sexual battery of autistic teenager

$50 million lawsuit filed in Detroit police killing of Ki'Azia Miller

A $50 million wrongful death lawsuit has been filed against the city of Detroit and three police officers involved in the killing of Ki'Azia Miller, 27, who was said to have been diagnosed with schizophrenia and experiencing a mental crisis when she was fatally shot during an alleged struggle for a gun. Attorney Geoffrey Fieger filed the lawsuit on behalf of a representative of Miller's estate and a friend. ...

DTE Energy retires 2 coal power plants in SE Michigan

(CBS DETROIT) - DTE Energy announced Thursday it is closing down two coal plants as it works to become more carbon-free in Southeast Michigan.According to a press release, the company retired the Trenton Channel and St. Clair coal power plants. Employees from both locations were offered opportunities to continue working with the company.This comes after DTE announced it would retire three coal power plants in two years. In May 2021, the company retired the River Rouge coal power plant, which went into operation in 1958."Retiring these plants is another step in DTE's plan to deliver affordable, reliable and clean energy...

Woman sentenced to more than 20 years for drug trafficking

SCIOTO COUNTY, Ohio (WSAZ) - A woman from the Detroit area was sentenced to more than 20 years in prison for drug trafficking, the Scioto County Prosecutor’s Office said.. Candace D. Guice, 24, was convicted after a two-day trial. In early January, Guice was pulled over on state Route...

Wayne Metro and ChristNet to open homeless service center

TAYLOR – Wayne Metropolitan Community Action Agency and ChristNet recently opened a $700,000 daytime human services center at 25275 Eureka Road to help homeless people. The project was funded by Wayne Metro, ChristNet, the Michigan State Housing Development Authority and Wayne County. The need for centers that provide access...

Suspect on trial for murder caught with loaded gun in Inkster

INKSTER, Mich. (FOX 2) - A suspect who is currently on trial for murder was caught with a loaded gun during a traffic stop Thursday in Inkster. Michigan State Police said Michael Kevin Nathan was speeding near Glenwood and Inkster when he was pulled over around 8:30 p.m. Troopers discovered...

Driver of stolen vehicle flees at 100 mph

WYANDOTTE — A vehicle stolen in Washtenaw County Nov. 18 was spotted at 2:07 a.m. Nov. 28 traveling 65 mph on southbound Fort Street near Orchard Street. Before the police officer could activate the emergency lights, the vehicle accelerated rapidly and turned onto westbound Pennsylvania Road, then north onto Trenton Road, reaching a rate of speed in excess of 100 mph. The fleeing driver then turned north on Dix-Toledo Road before turning onto the northbound I-75 freeway. Due to safety concerns, the pursuit was terminated on I-75 near Outer Drive.