Aaron Foley will write stories about Detroiters who are often ignored by the mainstream media.
The law firm, Jones Day, lied to the public for months about the prospect of municipal bankruptcy.
The Russell Industrial Center is a popular complex with studios, galleries, workspaces and more than 150 tenants.
Gribbs was a controversial mayor who ran on a platform of cracking down on crime – at any cost.
In a city that is large enough to fit Boston, Manhattan and San Francisco, it’s not easy for Detroit workers to find – and fix – thousands of problems that exist in many long-neglected neighborhoods.
On Detroit’s west side, just six blocks from where the 1967 riot broke out, a battered car is wedged into the corner of a partially collapsed two-story commercial building on Linwood, buried by piles of bricks and concrete.
Fire Commissioner Don Austin routinely mishandled Detroit’s fire crisis.