Three weeks before his assassination, Martin Luther King Jr. looked nervous. Those close to him noticed that his normally steady hands were shaking. His forehead glistened in sweat.
Grosse Pointe schools have something in common with Detroit and Flint classrooms – dangerous levels of lead.
Those close to King noticed that his normally steady hands were shaking. His forehead glistened in sweat.
Grosse Pointe Park has found plenty of clever ways to block one of its busiest borders with Detroit – erect a large pile of snow, delay work on a water main project and build a farmer’s market in the middle of the road.
The protesters for the first time resorted to civil disobedience by locking arms and blocking Mack Avenue.
Grosse Pointe Park’s decision to block a popular road at the border of Detroit with a farmer’s market may be a costly one.
Police say the arrests are part of a new crackdown on graffiti as vandalism gets out of control.
Three teens captured on surveillance spray painting a downtown Detroit building owned by billionaire Dan Gilbert have been identified and could turn themselves in as early as today.
For nearly 20 minutes, the assailants punched and kicked the new father while allegedly using racial slurs.