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Sterling Heights, the second largest suburb of Detroit, is known for its events. These events include the Memorial Day Parade, Sterlingfest, and the American-Polish Festival. The American-Polish festival usually has a large turnout, as there is a significant Polish population in the area. Notable residents of Sterling Heights have included rapper Eminem (Marshall Mathers) and rock singer Bob Seger, who shared his backyard with the drummer of his band, The Silver Bullet Band.

Population: 124471
Local Newspapers: Sterling Heights Sentry Sterling Heights Source
Local Sports Teams: Detroit Fury (AFL) Detroit Lions (NFL) Detroit Pistons (NBA) Detroit Red Wings (NHL) Detroit Shock (WNBA) Detroit Tigers (MLB)
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Zip Codes associated with sterling heights, michigan: 48310 48312 48313 48314
Towns/Cities near sterling heights, michigan : Clinton Township Fraser Warren Clawson Troy Utica Shelby Township St Clair Shores

Sterling Heights News
Air bag maker Takata files for bankruptcy in Japan, US

Japanese air bag maker Takata Corp. has filed for bankruptcy protection in Tokyo and the U.S., overwhelmed by lawsuits and recall costs related to its production of faulty air bag inflators that are linked to the death of at least 16 people. The company announced the expected action Monday morning Tokyo time.

MSP: motorist stopped for illegal window tint arrested for possession ...

The Michigan State Police Jackson post provided the following log of activities for Wednesday, June 21, with troopers investigating 24 incidents and calls for service. Possession With Intent to Deliver / Driving While License Suspended: Jackson County, Grass Lake Township: A sergeant conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle for illegal window tint.

Attorneys argue for stay of deportations while protesters rally

Lillyana Butris, 12, of Sterling Heights tells the crowd that her father is a detainee, and he and the others deserve to stay in the United States. Karama Sukkar and Thekva Zora said they are Trump supporters, but aren't in favor of the deportation plan.

Woman dead, two teens critical after crash

A 22-year-old woman is dead and two 14-year-old girls are in critical condition after a crash in Sterling Heights on Wednesday. It happened at 2:52 p.m. on Utica Rd. near Hayes Rd. Sterling Heights Police report a gold 1999 Buick Century crossed the center line and hit a Chrysler Town & Country Mini-Van, head on.

Evangelicals Voice Opposition to Deportations of Iraqi Christians

Astevana Shaya, 28, of Sterling Heights, Mich., wears a Chaldeans Lives Matter T-shirt at a protest earlier this month in Sterling Heights, Mich. The arrests of dozens of Iraqi Christians in southeastern Michigan appear to be among the first roundups of people from Iraq who have long faced deportation.

Firefighters rescue dog, turtle from house fire

The Sterling Heights Fire Department is being credited with saving a dog and turtle while fighting a fire at a home in the 5000 block of Northlawn Monday.

Payless to close 10 locations; eight more closings possible

Payless Shoes is closing 10 locations in Michigan filing for chapter 11 bankruptcy in April, with eight more stores to potentially shutter later. Initially the company announced ten closures in Michigan, with the Sterling Ponds Shopping Center Payless store in Sterling Heights among them.

Bridge Magazine: Detroit's Chaldean, Iraqi communities scramble to act following Ice detentions

On Monday, June 12, dozens gathered outside the Mother of God Chaldean Catholic Church in Southfield to protest a recent wave of ICE raids that targeted, captured and detained dozens of Iraqi Americans at multiple locations across Metro Detroit, including local churches, homes and even a hospital. Shocked and outraged by the seizure of individuals from communities including Sterling Heights, Warren, Southfield, Oak Park and Dearborn, impacted family members rallied around the ICE detention facility in Detroit Sunday evening, where large white buses carrying the occupants were departing.

Man set to be deported to Iraq doesn't even speak Arabic, family says

Hadeer Siba, who grew up in the U.S., according to relatives, was one of 114 Chaldean immigrants from Iraq facing deportation after widespread Immigration and Customs Enforcement arrests that took place in Metro Detroit on June 11. If he gets put on a plane to Baghdad, the 46-year-old from Sterling Heights, will find himself in a country so foreign to him that it might as well be Mars, family members said. He can't speak Arabic, the primary language in Iraq, and his family also believes the Christian cross tattooed on his arm will get him murdered by Muslim extremist groups like ISIS that have been targeting Chaldeans in recent years.

Eddie V's in Troy makes Monday debut

Eddie V's in Troy makes Monday debut The 267-seat Troy restaurant will focus on luxury, fresh seafood and touts a huge wine list Check out this story on detroitnews.com: http://detne.ws/2tv6kTi The Chilean sea bass dish at Eddie V's is steamed Hong Kong style and served over sauteed spinach with a soy-sherry sauce. Eddie V's Prime Seafood will open its first Michigan location Monday in Troy with fresh seafood, local jazz artists and more than 300 wines.

Hearing set on suit to stop deportation of Iraqi nationals

Astevana Shaya, 28, of Sterling Heights, Mich., wears a Chaldeans Lives Matter T-shirt at the protest, Monday, June 12, 2017 in Sterling Heights, Mich. The arrests of dozens of Iraqi Christians in southeastern Michigan by U.S. immigration officials appear to be among the first roundups of people from Iraq who have long faced deportation, underscoring rising concerns in other immigrant communities.

Hearing set on suit to stop deportation of Iraqi nationals

Astevana Shaya, 28, of Sterling Heights, Mich., wears a Chaldeans Lives Matter T-shirt at the protest, Monday, June 12, 2017 in Sterling Heights, Mich. The arrests of dozens of Iraqi Christians in southeastern Michigan by U.S. immigration officials appear to be among the first roundups of people from Iraq who have long faced deportation, underscoring rising concerns in other immigrant communities.

WND's Hohmann Finally Finds Middle Eastern Immigrants He Doesn't Want To Deport

Leo Hohmann's main day job as a reporter for WorldNetDaily consists of demonizing Muslim refugees who want to come to the U.S., basically arguing that all Muslim refugees should be presumed to be terrorists. But Hohmann has finally found some Middle Eastern natives he doesn't want kicked out of the country.

Chaldeans in US: Why aren't more Christians speaking out against deportations to Iraq?

Detroit Police Capt. Darrell Patterson stands between deportation protesters and traffic in downtown Detroit.

ICE arrested 114 Iraqis in Metro Detroit over the weekend

Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents arrested 114 Iraqi nationals in Metro Detroit over the weekend in raids that primarily affected Chaldean immigrants. Another 85 Iraqi immigrants have been arrested elsewhere around the U.S. over the last few weeks, for a total of 199, according to Khalid Walls, a spokesperson for ICE in Detroit.

Immigration agents arrest dozens of Iraqi Christians in Detroit

The arrests of dozens of Iraqi Christians in southeastern Michigan by U.S. immigration officials appear to be among the first roundups of people from Iraq who have long faced deportation, underscoring rising concerns in other immigrant communities. U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials on Monday declined to say how many were taken into custody, but advocates say at least 40 people were arrested near or at homes, mostly on Sunday.

Sentencing for driver who led police on chase

A woman who led police on a dangerous high speed chase through Detroit and Hamtramck is set to be sentenced today. Valerie Margaret Mathews, 28 of Sterling Heights, was found guilty of fleeing and eluding police.

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