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Named for Ottawa Chief Pontiac the area is considered a satellite city of Detroit. Pontiac is known for its General Motors plants and the Pontiac car specifically. The city was the home of the Detroit Lions football team from 1975 until 2002. The first settlers came to Pontiac in 1818 and were recognized by the state legislature in 1837. The city is known for its Arts, Beats and Eats festival held each summer featuring musical performances, food sampling, and an art show.

Population: 66337
Local Newspapers: The Oakland Press
Local Sports Teams: Detroit Lions (NFL) Pistons (NBA) Red Wings (NFL) Tigers (MLB)
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Zip Codes associated with pontiac, michigan: 48340 48341 48342
Towns/Cities near pontiac, michigan : Auburn Hills Rochester Hills Troy Waterford Mosteiro Bloomfield Township

Pontiac News
Man arraigned in murder of Pontiac teen

Pontiac, MI - In a Pontiac courtroom today, Ashton Greenhouse facing charges in the murder of Aniya Edwards. Her murder was unsolved when we profiled her family's plea for answers in November of last year.

Suspect in I-75 standoff arraigned on several charges

The man who barricaded himself in his car, shutting down traffic on I-75 for hours on Thursday faced a judge Friday morning.

Police chase suicidal person across area

Michigan State Police are in a standoff with a suicidal subject on I-75 near Laplaisance Rd. that has both lanes of I-75 closed due to the standoff. According to police, the Oakland County Sheriff's Office did a welfare check on the subject in Pontiac around 3:30 a.m. Shortly after the check, the subject fled from deputies in a black Dodge Journey and took off down I-75.

Chris Isaak to play Pontiac's Flagstar Strand in October

Rockabilly crooner Chris Isaak will perform at Pontiac's Flagstar Strand theater in October. The show is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 19. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. on Friday, Aug. 11 at ticketmaster.com and range from $54.50 to $104.50.

Munich prosecutors also target Audi AG in diesel probe

Diesel Volkswagen and Audi vehicles that VW bought back from consumers sit in the parking lot of the Pontiac Silverdome in Pontiac, Michigan in this file photo. Munich prosecutors said on Monday that Audi as a corporation had become part of a probe into diesel emissions manipulation that to date has targeted individuals, which could lead to fines or the seizure of profits.

Parole for young lifers inconsistent across U.S.

This combination of photos shows shows younger and older photos of "juvenile lifers," top row from left, William Washington, Jennifer M. Pruitt and John Sam Hall; middle row from left, Damion Lavoial Todd, Ahmad Rashad Williams and Evan Miller; bottom row from left, Giovanni Reid, Johnny Antoine Beck, and Bobby Hines. During the late 1980 and into the 1990s, many states enacted laws to punish juvenile criminals like adults and the U.S. became an international outlier, sentencing offenders under 18 to live out their lives in prison for homicide and, sometimes, rape, kidnapping, armed robbery.

40 seniors displaced in Pontiac fire get help from local donors

A group of displaced senior citizens and veterans are getting help from a local charity after a fire ripped through their dwelling at West Manor Apartments in early July. Level One Bank and the nonprofit Lighthouse of Oakland County are collecting donations and helping them transition into new homes.

Thousands still without power Thursday after scattered storms

The late afternoon storms that moved through the Metro Detroit area knocked out power for thousands of people, according to the DTE Energy Outage map. One of the key areas hit in Oakland County was around Milford, where 1,774 customers were without electricity at 4 p.m. Wednesday.

Comedians stand up for First Friday showcase in Pontiac

Local comics Omar Tyrese, D. Web, Calvon Brown, Damien Roberts and Bobo Lamb perform at the First Friday Comedy Showcase on Aug. 4, at the Vernor's Room in the Crofoot at Pontiac. Local comics Omar Tyrese, D. Web, Calvon Brown, Damien Roberts and Bobo Lamb perform at the First Friday Comedy Showcase on Aug. 4, at the Vernor's Room in the Crofoot at Pontiac.

50 Years Later, a Bet on Israel Pays Off

This week marks a personal milestone: the 50th anniversary of my arrival in Israel. I was a junior year abroad student from the University of Michigan, in search of college credits and a look at Jews in their natural habitat.

Inland lakes at risk for algae blooms

A toxic algae has been found in a handful of West Michigan lakes and it could be making you and your pets sick. Several lakes throughout West Michigan however are testing positive for the toxic algae, including Mona Lake and Bear Lake in Muskegon County, Long Lake in Ionia County, Pontiac Lake in Oakland County and Lamberton Lake in Kent County.

DNR celebrates first-ever National Shooting Sports Month in August

The Michigan Department of Natural Resources will celebrate National Shooting Sports Month in partnership with the National Shooting Sports Foundation. Created to encourage participation in the many shooting sports genres and emphasize firearms safety, this nationwide celebration will take place throughout the month of August.

Secretary of State Mobile Office to visit South Lyon's Salem Library

LANSING, Mich. In a meeting of mobile offices, Secretary of State Ruth Johnson today announced that the SOS Mobile Office will join the Fifth Third Bank eBus Financial Empowerment Mobile Office in Pontiac on Thursday, Aug. 10. The offices will be open 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Oakland Livingston Human Service Agency, 196 Cesar E. Chavez Ave. The eBus is designed to offer financial services to people in low- and moderate-income areas.

Man in mortgage assistance fraud case faces new charges

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MC3 showcases cutting-edge choreography, dance at the Crofoot

The Motor City Choreography Collective showcases some of the best choreographers and dancers in Michigan, performing improvised routines on Friday, July 28, in the Crofoot Ballroom, 1 S. Saginaw St., Pontiac. Doors open at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $13 in advance, $16 day of show.

Habitat for Humanity kicks off two-day blitz

Habitat for Humanity's annual 'Rock the Block' event kicks off in Pontiac on Tuesday as hundreds of volunteers work to clean up parks and more.

SOS suspends licenses of Pontiac and Waterford auto dealers

Secretary of State Ruth Johnson announced today that the license of three used vehicle dealers in Pontiac and Waterford have been summarily suspended for failure to follow proper procedures as required by law. "We take our responsibility to safeguard consumers from unscrupulous auto dealers seriously," Johnson said.

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