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.
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.
Conrad Mallett Jr., a longtime political ally of Mayor Mike Duggan, abruptly resigned from the Detroit Board of Police Commissioner just two days after Motor City Muckraker exposed a brewing towing scandal.
The funeral home where the remains of 11 infants and fetuses were found hidden in a ceiling compartment also faked a burial for a woman whose body was later discovered in a garage, according to a lawsuit.
The remains of 11 infants were found stuffed in a box and small coffin in the ceiling of a defunct Detroit funeral home on Friday.
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 rookie Detroit cop is under investigation after “zoo animals” comment on Snapchat.
The Archdiocese of Detroit was aware of horrific cases of sexual abuse by priests – and did nothing. Here’s how the archdiocese’s newspaper played a role in the cloak of silence, and what happened when one editor spoke out.
The two-pronged investigation involves city of Detroit officials and demolition contractors.
The firefighter’s car was missing, and his home was ransacked.