From the street, Forest Hill Cemetery looks like an overgrown vacant lot with a collapsing fence surrounded by garbage.
Bob Warfield, a former executive at WDIV-TV news, was hired to revamp the city’s two cable stations. But run a $1.1 billion budget?
After Mayor Bing cuts police patrols amid spiking violence, he seeks to raise own security detail to 30 officers
On any given night, officers arrive to work with a backlog of cases that would be a priority in most cities. But police are overwhelmed with murders, rapes, aggravated assaults and armed robberies.
The Detroit Fire Department is dangerously close to running out of trucks and engines to respond to fires because the aging, overrun fleet is breaking down faster than mechanics can make repairs
Mayor Bing breaks election law by using tax-funded city workers, office to organize campaign announcement
Dozens of reporters received a cryptic e-mail from Mayor Dave Bing’s office at noon Thursday. When reporters arrived, Mayor Bing was pulling petitions to seek his second full term in office.
The city of Detroit cleared the final hurdle to begin demolishing the storied, crumbling Brewster projects that loom like towering gravestones over I-75 near downtown.
If Mayor Dave Bing gets his way, parking fines will increase. Delinquent on three tickets? You face the boot and could lose your driver’s license.
Mayor Bing’s tax-funded consultants suggested he drastically cut the council budget and make the members part-time. He didn’t.
Feds went undercover to investigate protests over the emergency manager, wages for teachers and city workers, inadequate transportation and rising poverty. No violence ever broke out.
In just six months, Detroiters will select the top two mayoral candidates during the nonpartisan primary.