Dan Gilbert wants Trump’s administration to drop a Justice Department lawsuit that alleges Quicken Loans engaged in fraud.
“Don’t shoot me,” one of the weeping children begged, face down on a sidewalk.
A Detroit cop threatened protesters with an archaic, 120-year-old law.
A “noise demonstration” and march are planned in front of Wayne County’s unfinished jail site in downtown Detroit.
Detroit has decimated its once-blossoming medicinal cannabis industry, leaving patients with far fewer choices.
An 8-month-old girl died after a Detroit EMT refused to respond to the emergency.
Detroit’s elected board of education was finally allowed to choose a superintendent after years of state emergency management.
Why Dallas’ failing streetcars could spell trouble for Detroit.
Police came under fire from a gunman inside a house with children on Detroit’s west side.
Richard Wershe Jr., aka White Boy Rick, has been languishing in federal prison for 29 years for selling large quantities of cocaine in Detroit in the late 1980s.