The city of Detroit’s new “storyteller,” hired by Mayor Mike Duggan during an election year, is now turning his attention to one of the mayor’s biggest critics – the Metro Times.
Duggan’s fundraising prowess raises serious questions about his influence with outsiders and those who have contributed heavily to Republican candidates, including Donald Trump, Gov. Rick Snyder and the Michigan Republican Party.
The riot led to the creation of the first full-time police force in Detroit and was considered at the time to be the bloodiest day in the city’s history.
Many of the nearly 35,000 ramps are on inaccessible sidewalks or streets with no homes.
The incorrect information is causing a lot of confusion just three weeks before the general election.
A long-time ally and friend of Mayor Duggan has resigned amid a federal investigation into the city’s demolition program.
This week, city officials helped as PAL tried to keep Corktown in the dark about its plans for parking at its new youth stadium and headquarters.
Check out who donated to Mayor Duggan’s nonprofit fund using our searchable database.
The Detroit Land Bank will spend up to $760 an hour for outside legal counsel during the federal investigation into the city’s massive demolition program.
A citizen group is suing Detroit over a blocked ballot initiative aimed at correcting voter irregularities.