The QLine streetcar system in Detroit had its first mishap since testing began months ago.
An iconic synagogue in Detroit has brought Jews and Christians together to transform the 95-year-old building into a mixed-faith community center.
If you were hoping the QLine streetcars in Detroit would extend to the suburbs, we have bad news.
The QLine hasn’t opened to the public yet, but it has already been hit with graffiti.
As many as 15 families were stranded in Detroit after the Thanksgiving Day Parade because of a parking scam and unforgiving condo residents.
These are just the beginning of what is expected to be many anti-Trump rallies in the coming weeks in metro Detroit.
The QLine is slower than expected and may force some local buses to be rerouted.
The end appears to be approaching for the historic building to make way for the new Red Wings arena and entertainment district.
The city of Detroit issued about 480 permits last year for private users to tap into hydrants but did nothing to ensure the fire plugs were properly used.
After 15 years of abandonment, the architectural gem re-opened as a boutique hotel and apartments.