The Ilitches violated agreement to receive hundreds of millions of dollars in Detroit taxes; the Flint water crisis has gained little traction during the gubernatorial race; and a Shelby Township cop has been placed on leave after fatally shooting a man.
Devil’s Night, the decades-long tradition of setting fire to houses, buildings, cars and dumpsters in Detroit on Halloween eve, was nothing more than an average night for firefighters this year.
Magician Harry Houdini died at Grace Hospital in Detroit on Halloween in 1926 after his appendix ruptured. His body was then taken to the W. R. Hamilton and Company Funeral Home in the Cass Corridor.
The Detroit Land Bank hires more black firms following investigation; two activists handing out political flyers were shot; and voters are poised to approve recreational marijuana use.
Mayor Mike Duggan and his political machine recruited a team of well-funded allies to run for a commission that will have authority to dramatically change how the city operates and how much input residents have.
Jury deliberates in Grimes’ case, Schuette neglects office, Whitmer leads: Your Tuesday morning briefing
A jury began deliberating in the case against a state trooper who killed a Detroit teenager; GOP candidate Bill Schuette neglects his Detroit campaign office; and Democrat Gretchen Whitmer holds double-digit lead in the gubernatorial race.
Statewide GOP candidates are gaining ground as Trump becomes more popular; a state trooper broke down over the death of a Detroit teenager; first marijuana dispensary opens under new law; and more.
Detroit Fire Marshal Gregory Turner was so drunk that police said he was wearing mismatched shoes and appeared to be unaware that he was driving a freshly wrecked city-owned car.
Joe Louis Arena demo, Detroit cop-involved shooting, charter revision commission: Your Thursday briefing
The costs to taxpayers to demolish Joe Louis Arena doubled; a Detroit police officer shot a suspect; and candidates for the Detroit Charter Revision Commission gather tonight for forum.
Gun-toting, unlicensed civilians are serving alongside police; authorities are looking for the families of more than 300 remains found at two funeral homes; and Detroit City Councilwoman Brenda Jones may be barred from simultaneously serving on Congress.