Explore the mysterious project that leveled 12 blocks on the city’s east side.
Snyder reportedly is waiting to hear back from the unidentified candidate this week on whether he or she will take the job.
Black smoke prevents neighbors from saving elderly woman in second fatal fire this weekend in Detroit
The smoke was too thick, suffocating and disorienting to reach the 83-year-old woman in her bedroom.
Unable to find working hydrants, firefighters dashed through heavy smoke and extreme heat to rescue a lifeless 10-month-girl from her upstairs bedroom early this morning.
Mayor Dave Bing convinced a majority of city council members last week to fire Crittendon as corporation counsel because of her commitment to challenge any state financial takeover in court.
Rather than hand over Detroit’s budget, parks, buildings and services to the Republican-controlled state, a growing number of residents and leaders are advocating for municipal bankruptcy.
Just a month ago, Detroit City Council members hailed Crittendon as a hero who courageously defended the city against a state takeover.
Council’s decision shocked many observers because a majority of the council supported Crittendon until today
Napoleon has relied on suburban builders, developers, CEOs, lawyers and business owners to bankroll his campaigns.
Detroit’s roads could stay covered in snow as city grapples with budget woes; students, bus riders most affected
More streets won’t get plowed, while others will be neglected for more than a week.