The Free Press offered to pay the original reporter “for his unintended contributions to Sharp’s story.”
Mayor Duggan continues to deny serious problems plaguing the fire department as his administration retaliates against whistleblowers and lies to the media.
Bankole Thompson, one of the leading voices on racial and political issues in Detroit, has resigned as senior editor of the Michigan Chronicle.
As the Detroit Fire Department sinks into a deeper funding crisis, placing more lives in danger, Mayor Mike Duggan’s administration is cracking the whip on firefighters who accept donations or speak to the media.
A Cleveland company’s efforts to transform the Metro Times into a journalism powerhouse are confronting some tough realities.
Conservative Detroit News columnist Nolan Finley pulls no punches, and he expects nothing less when he appears on “The Daily Show with John Stewart” tonight on the Comedy Channel.
The Art Deco building in downtown Detroit housed Michigan’s most storied newspaper for 73 years, but it’s a sad version of its old self.
While many reporters stayed inside a media-safe zone, LeDuff dodged bottles and fended off an attacker to capture one of the most authentic moments of the protests.
In May, Detroit Police Chief James Craig inexplicably stopped releasing public information on daily shootings, murders and other violent crimes, making it appear as if the city was safer than it is.
Gannett, the media company that owns the Detroit Free Press, is forcing employees at some newspapers to reapply for new jobs as part of a bold cost-cutting move.