Drew Sharp continues to write for the Free Press, even amid strong allegations that he lifted a story from a local sports blog.
A Cleveland company’s efforts to transform the Metro Times into a journalism powerhouse are confronting some tough realities.
A series of questionable moves has demoralized some staff members and raises questions about the direction of the “superweekly.”
An 88-year-old man who had been recently robbed at gunpoint at his house shot at a WXYZ news crew Monday as they tried to interview him about his traumatic experience, according to the reporter.
The Detroit News has removed its veteran city hall reporter from his beat following allegations that he was having an affair with the estranged wife of state Treasurer Andy Dillon.
Duggan is being trumpeted by the media as the most electable white mayoral candidate since the early 1970s. The story is leading most local news sites, and he hasn’t officially decided whether he’s running.
Pugh again took time out of a public meeting today to urge the audience and TV viewers to vote for Detroit Vegan Soul, owned by staffer Kirsten Ussery, as part of a Hatch Detroit contest that is offering a grant to help one local business get off the ground.
In the latest drumbeat of conservative rhetoric, Detroit News columnist Daniel Howes exploits fears that liberal leaders, er, “Guardians of Decline,” are bent on destroying their own city.