Without enough ambulances on the streets, firefighters had to resuscitate a young boy themselves and rush him to the hospital because paramedics took too long to arrive.
Mayoral candidate Mike Duggan, who assembled a strong campaign team, committed a foolish error that could force him off the ballot.
When Darren Donaldson stopped at a railroad crossing with blinking lights and chiming bells on a recent afternoon, drivers behind him honked impatiently.
While residents are deprived of a safe, clean environment, the company is raking in federal tax subsidies for low-income residents and people with disabilities.
Speculated to be the site of a new Red Wings arena and one of the starkest examples of gentrification in Detroit, the apartments have garnered a lot of attention
Four of the city’s pension trustees billed taxpayers $22,000 to fund a convention trip to Hawaii this weekend, even as the city nears bankruptcy, largely over mismanaged, underfunded pension plans.
“Suppose that the 500,000 blacks in Detroit decided this this is our city, this is our home, and we are not going to let buzzards take it from us,” Farrakhan said to thundering applause.
The homemade bomb fizzled out before it caught fire at the Whittier home of Art Van Furniture President Gary Van Elslander.
Mayor Dave Bing, whose popularity has steadily declined since taking office in 2009, won’t run for re-election after all, but he has his eyes on something else.
Police are on the hunt for a man who tried to rape a 21-year-old woman who is several months pregnant.