State employee who was charged in Flint water crisis gets cushy job; Brandon Dillon won’t seek re-election as the Michigan Democratic Party chairman; and an anti-Semite who threatened local journalists was placed on house arrest.
DPD officers oust their union president; conservative columnist Nolan Finley wants Snyder to “go in peace;” and a Sterling Heights man has been charged with murdering a transgender woman in Detroit.
Detroit’s daily newspapers face another round of staff cuts; state Republicans weaken minimum wage increase and paid sick leave initiatives; and Carmack to dismiss lawsuit against Detroit and Duggan.
The city of Detroit dished out more than $100 million to Ford; charter schools win a key court decision; and Mike Clark of “The Drew and Mike Show” died.
Civil rights activist Rev. Al Sharpton is joining 910AM Superstation’s revamped lineup with his daily talk radio program, “Keepin It Real.”
Today on 910AM the Superstation: Experts discuss what constitutes sexual harassment, how to best report misconduct and how to protect your employees or co-workers.
Public radio’s WDET is investigating the case against Henderson to determine whether he should retain his $90,000-a-year job as the host of a one-hour daily radio show.
Popular editor Stephen Henderson has been terminated from the Free Press following misconduct allegations first reported by Motor City Muckraker.
The city of Detroit’s new “storyteller,” hired by Mayor Mike Duggan during an election year, is now turning his attention to one of the mayor’s biggest critics – the Metro Times.
Detroit Free Press columnist Rochelle Riley and former Detroit City Councilwoman JoAnn Watson are the latest voices to be added to a new lineup on 910AM Superstation.