Mayor Duggan showed no respect for Detroit taxpayers by announcing the Pistons deal before gathering input during mandatory public hearings to see if residents want to spend the money.
Taxpayers could be on the hook again for another sports arena, and city officials are refusing to discuss it, choosing closed-door meetings instead.
Taxpayers are being asked to pay for the operations of the M-1 streetcars, but rail officials refuse to discuss escalating costs.
To avoid another scandal, a Detroit agency used $500,000+ intended for streetlights to pay off whistleblowers and the accused employees.
One of every five Detroit properties in Detroit are in the process of foreclosure under an unprecedented effort by Wayne County to take possession of every property that is three or more years behind in taxes.
Investigators believe someone fire-bombed the Birthday Cake House on Heidelberg Street.
On Thursday, bidding began on most of the more than 20,000 Detroit properties that ended up in the Wayne County Tax Auction this year because of delinquent taxes.
Losing the three properties could break up significant sections of the project.
Check out the full list of salaried employees at the Detroit Land Bank.
As more properties fall into foreclosure, the cycle of abandonment, arson and blight will continue.