A massive, exposed sinkhole is posing a serious danger to motorists, bikers and pedestrians on Detroit’s east side.
The art project is aimed at raising money to demolish blighted Detroit houses, but Mayor Mike Duggan’s administration is not on board.
More troubling questions are surfacing after Detroit police ignored three commands by a supervisor to stop pursuing a speeding Chevy Camero.
Billionaire Dan Gilbert and fellow investors have struck a deal with Mayor Mike Duggan’s administration to buy and redevelop a large swath of historic Brush Park near downtown.
A woman with a broken broom stick walked toward me with caution and curiosity. Who could blame her?
While a bulk of police resources were downtown, officers were called to at least three shootings, seven home invasions, three armed robberies, four arsons, a rape and numerous domestic assaults.
If you count the drug house and squatters, W. Robinwood has eight occupied houses, and the remaining 82 lots are either empty or have abandoned, dilapidated houses.
When more than 1,000 people gathered to help plant trees Saturday, only a handful were compensated employees.
The largely abandoned area is littered with trash, tires, furniture, rotting homes and discarded boats.
At 11 p.m., firefighters were inside the mansion attacking the flames.