LeDuff reveals an alarming lack of police resources in the neighborhoods; Lansing Democrats are threatening to pull tax credits from GM; and Brenda Jones is permitted to join Congress – for now.
Detroit passes its own gun control measure aimed at ammunition; city’s struggling schools pose a danger to economic revival; and more lower-income people will be eligible for property tax exemptions.
The Detroit Police Department misled elected officials and the public, violated city ordinances and placed taxpayers at risk when it hastily entered the towing business last month. Since then, the police department has botched towing jobs and failed to safeguard its four impound lots. Private towing companies are beginning to sue the city, and police […]
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.
Gilbert buying Tigers? Charter closes during school year, Detroit towing: Your Thursday morning briefing
Your Thursday morning briefing: Dan Gilbert said to be negotiating the purchase of the Detroit Tigers; a Detroit charter school closed less than a month into the school year; and city council admonishes police for quietly getting into the towing business.
At least one group is calling for the resignation of Grosse Pointe Shores Councilman Matt Seely, who mocked sexual assault victims – again – on a pro-Trump social media page.
Before Detroit City Council could begin providing services and paying the bills in the new year, the nine elected members had to choose a president. But that wouldn’t be easy.
The petition also calls for the end of Christopher Columbus Day in Detroit.
Former Detroit City Councilwoman JoAnn Watson recalls her time with the late Dick Gregory – and that time he insisted on buying a lottery ticket.
Detroit has decimated its once-blossoming medicinal cannabis industry, leaving patients with far fewer choices.