Yes, It's True: The New Trump May Come to Detroit For A Ben Carson Poverty Tour
Donald Trump is planning trips to urban areas — with stops at churches, charter schools and small businesses in black and Latino communities, the Washington Post reports.
Crook Norman Shy and School Administrator Ask For Mercy in Kickback Scheme
"The gravity of the fraud that Shy perpetrated upon DPS, the taxpayers and, most importantly, upon the children of Detroit, cannot be overstated," prosecutors wrote.
Video: Streetcar Track Tests Start in Downtown Detroit
"If you're a Detroit citizen, you can't help but be happy about it," says Andre Williams after seeing the first test on the streetcar tracks.
Yashinsky: Playoff-Bound Detroit Tigers? Here's What it Will Take to Get In
The Tigers are going to have to overcome injuries and a "bipolar bullpen" to make the playoffs, Joey Yashinsky writes.
The Legendary Vanity Ballroom on Detroit's East Side May Come Alive
The historic Vanity Ballroom hosted such jazz greats as Duke Ellington, Tommy Dorsey, Dizzy Gillespie and Ella Fitzgerald.
America's Starkest School District Border: Detroit-Grosse Pointe
Three Michigan school districts -- Detroit, Flint and Benton Harbor -- are listed among those with sharp economic differences with a neighboring system.
Belle Isle Aquarium Floods, Seeks Donations to Recover
To help cover cost of the professional flood recovery services, the aquarium is asking for contributions.
Terry Foster: 'I Suffered A Minor Stroke, but I Am Going To Fully Recover'
"My fine motor skills are a little messed up in my right hand and I am not ready to throw a pitch from the pitcher’s mound," Terry Foster wrote.
Feds Say B.S. to Claims Ex-Principal Spent Kickbacks on Kids
Kickback payments were spent by ex-Principal Clara Smith on herself on furs, trips and furniture, a federal prosecutor wrote.
Another Murder at a Detroit Gas Station
"It was not a robbery. There was no conversation, this was not random -- they were looking for this individual," says Police Capt. Kurt Worboys.
Video: Film Set in Cass Corridor 10 Years Ago Premieres in Detroit Thursday
The dark comedy,"The Corridor. Defended," is written and produced by Wayne State University graduate Mike Targus.
Bulk of Michigan's Public Colleges Are 'Dropout Factories,' Report Says
"This report really misrepresents Oakland University," Susan Awbrey, senior associate provost at the Auburn Hills school, tells the Freep. "To us, this is just sensationalist."