A new marker for people with autism and the hearing impaired could help avoid misunderstandings with law enforcement.
Grand Rapids Chief of Police said that with the pandemic and the rise in political tensions, 2020 is "a year like no other."
Robert Williams’ “shocking” arrest in front of his wife and young daughters came after software flagged his photo as a likely match to a shoplifting suspect. Now he’s calling for a public apology — and an end to the controversial practice.
Detroit has a history of enacting curfews to curtail Black unrest in the city. Could things be different this time?
Robert J. Shelide, police chief of Shelby Township, deleted his Twitter when racist posts calling for violence drew public outrage. He’s now on paid leave pending investigation.
After seven nights of protests and dozens of arrests, protesters’ slow march across Detroit’s MacArthur Bridge served as a moment of striking symbolism.
The Michigan Senate unanimously passed a bill to minimize the use of force just over a week after the killing of George Floyd.