West Nile Virus claims two more victims in Michigan; the National Weather Service is investigating possible tornadoes in Wayne and Monroe counties Tuesday night; and a haunted house is planned for the vacant train station.
The Sport of Kings is nearing extinction in Michigan with the demolition of the iconic Hazel Park Raceway.
$90M train station, Dem candidate accused of theft, Schuette on Kavanaugh: Your Tuesday morning briefing
Ford pays $90 million for the long-abandoned train station; Democratic candidate for key seat is accused of embezzlement; and Bill Schuette says Senate should vote on the Supreme Court nominee accused of sexual assaults.
Detroit Police Chief James Craig on Monday swiftly fired the rookie cop who referred to city residents as “zoo animals” on social media, sending a stern message about bigotry within the ranks.
A Detroit cop has been suspended over “zoo animals” comment; a demo worker called Detroit employees the N-word; and firefighters and police are getting infested with bedbugs.
A rookie Detroit cop is under investigation after “zoo animals” comment on Snapchat.
Fouts mum on using n-word, Heidelberg Project, Detroit towing, Schuette: Your Friday morning briefing
Your Friday morning briefing: Mayor Fouts was asked under oath if he was the offensive voice behind recordings first published by Motor City Muckraker. The Heidelberg Project has new plans. Detroit police get into the towing business. And gubernatorial candidate Bill Schuette gets the cold shoulder from some fellow Republicans.
Toxic water in Detroit’s schools, fighting Schuette endorsement, legalized pot: Your Thursday morning briefing
Your Thursday morning briefing: More than half of Detroit’s public schools now have dangerous levels of lead and copper. Schuette endorsement causes backlash. Legalized pot won’t protect your job.
$2M bond over misdemeanor, Mayor Fouts on traffic, opera founder dies: Your Wednesday morning briefing
Your Wednesday morning briefing: Warren Mayor Fouts wants emergency declared over traffic snarls; a Michigan man charged with a misdemeanor is jailed on a whopping $2 million bond; and the founder of the Michigan Opera Theatre dies.
At least one group is calling for the resignation of Grosse Pointe Shores Councilman Matt Seely, who mocked sexual assault victims – again – on a pro-Trump social media page.