A leading Republican in the Michigan legislature introduced a bill Wednesday aimed at protecting the Detroit Institute of the Arts’ world-class collection from a sale to shrink the cit’s enormous $15 billion in long-term debt.
Some residents also hurled insults at the owners of Ideal Market at Chene and Ferry, accusing them of burning down the store for insurance money.
ESPN officials must decide whether Detroit’s financial crisis and crumbling infrastructure would make the city the best host of the Summer X Games in 2014, 2015 and 2016. Maybe it will help?
Packard owner Dominic Cristini was shocked to hear the news when we contacted him this afternoon.
Porter’s meteoric rise from the war-torn country of Sierra Leone to the center of Canada’s business and political establishment is nothing short of spectacular and tragic.
The bid is a big deal in a city trying to rebrand itself and avoid bankruptcy.
In under a minute, someone armed with a paint-filled fire extinguisher can spray 20-foot-tall streaks of paint on buildings and never been seen.
Minister Farrakhan continued his tirade against “Satanic Jews,” saying they’ve plotted to control the world through trickery and evil.
Former Wayne County Prosecutor Mike Duggan did not violate minimum residency requirements to become an official candidate in the race to replace outgoing Mayor Dave Bing, the Detroit Election Commission ruled Thursday.
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.