Diane Weiss, a Detroit Free Press photographer, has spent years documenting her Brush Park neighborhood in Detroit.
Gannett, the media company that owns the Detroit Free Press, is forcing employees at some newspapers to reapply for new jobs as part of a bold cost-cutting move.
Reporter Zlati Meyer’s tweet unleashed a torrent of attacks, including death threats.
The cost to taxpayers – nearly $500,000.
A reformer or sore loser? The 64-year-old accountant won’t give up.
A man of two sides, Pugh can be charming, temperamental, progressive, juvenile.
The newspapers are hunting for new office space in downtown or midtown and selling their headquarters at 615 W. Lafayette Blvd.
Detroit Free Press editors gathered in a second-floor conference room this afternoon and grilled Gov. Rick Snyder for an hour following his sudden shift from middle-of-the-road leader to deceptive, ultra-conservative politician.