Explosion Levels Harper Woods Home, Injuring Two
The house presumably was filled with gas, the public safety director says.
Bill Schuette Probes Priest Sexual Abuse of Children
"A full and complete investigation of what happened within the Catholic Church is required."
Henry Ford Health System Leases New 6-Story Building in Downtown Royal Oak
Henry Ford plans to open its high-tech outpatient center in mid-2020 and bring about 200 doctors, nurses and other health care workers.
Detroit Police to Take Over Part of the City's Towing
Citizens who are unable to pay towing and storage fees will be allowed to petition the police board for a hardship waiver.
No Bad Feelings for Rick Wershe Over Snitching, Sleeping with Wife -- Curry
"I've got nothing against him," convicted drug dealer Johnny Curry tells WDIV's Kevin Dietz during an interview. (Watch the three-minute video here.)
Politics Podcast: Detroit's Motivation to Vote; Interview with Ex-Sen. Buzz Thomas
The podcast includes an Interview with former state Sen. Buzz Thomas, D-Detroit, the only African-American to serve in top leadership spots in both chambers.
Video: Deadline Detroit's Thursday Newscast -- 'The ZIP' with Kelsey Hubbell
Deadline Detroit's new newscast, "The ZIP" with host Kelsey Hubbell, hits on Attorney Bill Schuette's misfortune with his own party, a bubbling labor dispute and other matters.
Prominent GOP Figures Vow to Help Gretchen Whitmer Get Elected Governor
"It just became clear we should support Gretchen Whitmer," Jim Haverman says.
Reviews: Moore's Latest Called 'a Mess,' 'Petty,' 'Cheap, 'Indulgent,' 'Disjointed'
"He cannot resist indulging in his own petty desires in the film," the Chicago Tribune writes of "Fahrenheit 11/9." We also excerpt five other reviews.
Workers at Detroit's Westin Book Cadillac Overwhelmingly OK Strike
"We're bringing back Detroit. Being able to go downtown, to shop, eat and walk around," says union steward Yolanda Murray. "Don't shortchange the people making it happen."
'White Boy Rick' Places Fourth in Opening Weekend Sales
The film did slightly better in the opening weekend than director Kathryn Bigelow's film "Detroit" about the 1967 riot.
Controversy Brews: 50-Plus Businesses Protest GR Chamber's Schuette Endorsement
The protest is over a view that Attorney Bill Schuette has a poor record when it comes to the rights of people, including members of the LGBT community.