'Where Famous Detroiters Go to Die:' A Few Sour Notes Creep into Salutes to Aretha
Other off-key reactions in Franklin media coverage involve hyperbolic language, a meaningless coincidence and Twitter barrages at machine-gun velocity.
Update: State Lawmaker Regrets Calling Asian-American Opponent 'Ching-Chang'
Rep. Bettie Cook Scott now asks Rep. Stephanie Chang, a fellow Democrat, "to meet with [me] so that I may apologize to her in person."
The Inevitable: Kwame Kilpatrick's Marriage Is Kaput
"Honestly, I lost my marriage on January 24, 2008," says Kwame Kilpatrick, shown in happier times with twin sons Jelani and Jalil.
Federal Grand Jury Probes Detroit Councilman Gabe Leland
Attorney Steve Fishman says that allegations that Gabe Leland received preferential treatment from a bar owner "are too ridiculous to deserve further comment."
Video: See What Surprise Stuns Tim and Sam in 'Detroiters' Season Finale Tonight
No word yet from Comedy Central on whether it will renew the half-hour cable series for a third year.
Aretha's Hat Guy: Southfield Designer Went from Backstage to Spotlight on 1/20/09
Aretha's hat at Barack Obama's first inauguration made Luke Song globally fanmous. The Metro Detroiter, then 36, gained cachet and clients. (Painting by Dan Lacey)
'Her Eyes Twinkled' and Other Detroit Memories of Aretha Franklin Encounters
"Keith Richards would always say to me, as a greeting, 'How's Aretha?' recalls local music writer Susan Whitall (CBS video image from December 2015)
Derringer: Aretha Was a Mic-Dropping, Fur-Dropping Detroit Treasure Like No Other
Detroit has lost its biggest, most enduring musical talent, no small thing in a city that gave the world so many of them. [2014 portrait from Deposit Photos]
Is Detroit Giving Up its 'Ruin Porn' Capital Distinction?
"That chapter in history is gone; we're onto the renewal," says a New York photographer.
Sergio Marchionne Failed to Tell FBI About Pricey Gift to UAW Official
Flanked by his white-collar criminal defense lawyer at the U.S. Attorney's Office in Detroit, Marchionne was asked by investigators whether he had given UAW leaders valuable items.
Video: A Tour of an Interactive Pop-Up Science Exhibit in Downtown Detroit
The gallery creates an intersection between science, technology and art, aimed at 15- to 25-year-olds.
Opinion: We Stand with Our U.S. Colleagues Against 'Fake News' Claims
Deadline Detroit is one of nearly 350 publications to speak out today against the dangers of President Trump's crusade against the news media.
QLine Stations and Comerica Park Windows Smashed; Ypsi Man Charged
This 30-year-old is accused of using a sledgehammer to break panels at two stations.
Detroit Cop Dies After Hit-and-Run; Driver Charged with Murder
Jonathan David Cole, 19, of Belleville, is charged with second-degree murder.