Police are threatening to arrest a graphic designer for creating images of broken hydrants that ended up on light poles and vacant buildings.
A judge and attorney who own the dilapidated Wurlitzer high-rise continue to defy orders to remove shedding bricks and masonry.
A crew on Wednesday will begin removing bricks and masonry that are hanging loosely from the Wurlitzer high-rise next door on Broadway Street.
The city of Detroit won’t repair a broken water line that serves a downtown coffee shop and adjacent jewelry store because the neighboring high-rise would endanger workers.
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.
Controversial graffiti writer from New York City splashes Detroit with fire extinguisher-propelled paint
Katsu has been seen painting on a homeless man in New York City, and brazenly tagged the side of the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles.