If you were hoping the QLine streetcars in Detroit would extend to the suburbs, we have bad news.
Transparency remains elusive at the state-controlled Belle Isle.
Taxpayers are being asked to pay for the operations of the M-1 streetcars, but rail officials refuse to discuss escalating costs.
The veteran Republican strategist has found two lucrative jobs since Detroit emerged from bankruptcy in December.
Long-awaited help is on the way for the beleaguered Detroit Fire Department.
Battling fires is a constant struggle in a city with thousands of malfunctioning fire hydrants, an inadequate number of firefighters and 85,000 abandoned structures.
The offer comes after the city has shut off 17,000 households for overdue water bills since March.
The suspicious fires underscore the vulnerability of a city seemingly incapable of handling the unending arson crisis.
Two thieves in a vehicle slammed through the plate-glass windows of Lafayette Foods early this morning.
It was pitched as a blockbuster plan to save pensions and art during the bankruptcy.