Dozens of people turned out for a rally in Sterling Heights on Sunday to show support for a free press, which has come under attack by President Trump.
Ron Savage was more than a journalist; he was a relentless volunteer and advocate for many causes.
Crain’s Detroit Business has named a new publisher and reporter with strong journalistic credentials.
The gonzo-style journalist became an instant celebrity in Detroit.
The financially struggling Detroit News is trying to avoid massive layoffs.
The flyer was posted inside a Wayne State University building, suggesting Muckraker’s Steve Neavling was “dangerous” and that people should call police if they see him.
Wayne State University can run, but it can’t hide from public records.
Author Aaron Foley offers “advice on everything from buying and rehabbing a house to not sounding like a completely uninformed racist when you talk to a black person.”
The box, with the stenciled words “POW,” was dropped off on the eve of the anniversary of the 1995 newspaper strike.
Like any good journalism student, Makkel Richards pulled out his cell phone and began recording Detroit Police forcefully arresting a man with a bloody face at Grand Circus Park.