The abduction of two teenage siblings who were taken to Michigan and later released unharmed is believed to be drug-related, and the teens' alleged abductors "specifically targeted" the youths, Indianapolis police said Tuesday.
A Holland Township man in prison for stabbing another man in the neck during an argument is now facing a four-year felony of malicious destruction of police/fire property, in this case an Ottawa County Sheriff’s Department chair.
A pipe that burst during Michigan's deep freeze is being blamed for flooding the lower levels of a mostly vacant 38-story building in downtown Detroit with 2 million gallons of water, and authorities say weather was a factor in a fatal crash on a snow-covered road in West Michigan.
With the national spotlight shining on officer-involved shootings, public demand for equipping officers with body cameras has risen.
But how feasible is that, and do the benefits outweigh the setbacks?