Michigan dealerships among those named in federal complaint for funneling money to Hizbullah, which rejects charges

NEW YORK – A total of eight car dealerships in Michigan have been named in a complaint filed by the U.S. Attorney in New York's Southern District, alleging that they have been working with the Lebanese group Hizbullah, which is deemed a terrorist organization by the U.S. government, to funnel money into the United States and buy cars from other dealerships across the country.

Two men enter pleas in Dearborn Starters “inside job” robbery case

DEARBORN/DETROIT – For nine years, Baha and Mariam Saad employed Alejandro “Eric” Jimmerson at their Starters Bar & Grill business in Fairlane Mall in Dearborn and eventually allowed him stay in one of their rented houses while paying his utilities so he could get back on his feet. 

Man arrested for Dearborn home invasion

DEARBORN –  A break-in in the 6400 block of Appoline on Dec. 2 led to the arrest of 21-year-old Fawaz Al-Said, a Dearborn resident who is known to the victim.

Ethnic intimidation charge for attack on Muslim teen

SOUTHFIELD — On Tuesday, Dec. 6, The Michigan chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-MI) welcomed the "ethnic intimidation" charge brought against the alleged assailant of a Muslim student in Saline, Mich., who was allegedly called a"terrorist" and punched in the face while walking near his high school.

Five accused of running online prostitution ring dubbed 'Detroit Pink'

DETROIT — Five southeast Michigan residents accused of running an online prostitution ring and human trafficking in drugs and sex face a laundry list of felony charges including racketeering, Attorney General Bill Schuette announced this week.

New $300 million courthouse to be built in Wayne County

DETROIT — A new courthouse costing as much as $300 million that will pay off more than $50 million in court debt as part of a settlement from a lawsuit was approved last week by the Wayne County Commission according to local news reports.

Michigan considering allowing stun guns

LANSING — A new bill in the Michigan Legislature could make the Great Lakes State the country's 45th to allow stun guns to be carried for self-defense.

Detroit City Council seeks 500 public safety job cuts, transit fare hikes

DETROIT — Among the budget recommendations from the Detroit City Council for cuts sent to Mayor Dave Bing are layoffs of 500 public safety employees, cutting executive salaries and a raise in fares for the People Mover and buses.




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