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.
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.
More bodies found at funeral home, cops avoid jail time, police get pay hike: Your Thursday briefing
The remains of more bodies were found at a Detroit funeral home; two cops who failed to report a fatal accident that killed a 19-year-old Detroiter dodge jail time; and Detroit police are getting a raise.
The city of Detroit dished out more than $100 million to Ford; charter schools win a key court decision; and Mike Clark of “The Drew and Mike Show” died.
Scientology HQ in Detroit, Farrakhan on reparations, 8 school board candidates: Your Monday morning briefing
Scientology opened its new downtown Detroit headquarters; Nation of Islam’s Farrakhan links climate change with reparations; and eight candidates are running for Detroit’s public school board.
Bill Schuette responds to a resurfaced video; a charter school sues Sharon McPhail for refusing to leave after her termination; and Detroit fights graffiti by hiring muralists.
More lower-income residents are evicted near the tax-funded Red Wings arena; black women more likely to develop life-threatening conditions during childbirth; and another priest has been barred from the ministry following sexual assault allegations.
Schools’ toxic water, Sharon McPhail fired, Old Wayne County Building: Your Tuesday morning briefing
Toxic water in Detroit schools is worse than expected; ex-Detroit City Councilwoman Sharon Mchail is fired from a charter school but refuses to leave; and the stately, vacant Old Wayne County Building has been renovated.
Councilman Leland indicted, recreational marijuana, firefighters applaud change: Your Friday morning briefing
The cycle of corruption continues in Detroit; voters overwhelmingly support legalizing recreational marijuana in Michigan; fire commissioner ends bizarre no-sirens policy.