Lengel: Ilitch Organization Should Take a Cue from Gilbert on Security
The Ilitch organization needs to take a cue from Gilbert and provide supplemental security for the area, beyond the parameter of the arena, writes Allan Lengel.
Detroit Land Bank Authority Will Pay $5 Million for Demolition Misdeeds
Mayor Mike Duggan is running for re-election this year, and his most visible opponent, state Sen. Coleman A. Young II, has tried to make the demolition program a campaign issue.
Listen to the Flint Airport Attacker's Federal Court Appearance
During the hearing, Amor Ftouhi waived his right to a detention hearing, though there was zero chance of him ever being released.
QLine Extends Free Rides Through Labor Day While it Tries to Improve
The streetcar system acknowledged it needs to work on improvements.
Detroit Historical Museum's Detroit Riot Exhibit is a Must-See
"It invites people of all perspectives to come together, to see, hear and feel how other may have experienced it," Michael Jackman of Metro Times writes.
Forbes Names Dan Gilbert the Richest Person in Michigan
Forbes writes that Dan Gilbert's fortune was "self-made."
Canadian Authorities Raid Montreal Apartment of Flint Airport Attacker
Montreal police spokesman Benoit Boiselle said the search in Canada was being conducted at the request of the FBI.
Flint Airport Attacker Identified as Amor M. Ftouhi of Quebec
The suspect referenced killings in Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan, and yelled “Allahu Akbar" ("God Is Great" in Arabic) during the attack.
Martha Stewart Thinks Detroit Is Pretty Innovative
For the second time this month, Martha Stewart has returned to Detroit.
China's Alibaba Considers Opening Distribution Center in Detroit
"Detroit has made such an impression on us," said Joseph Tsai, vice chairman and co-founder of Alibaba, China's giant ecommerce retailer.
Sexual Assault Case Against Mike Morse Goes Before An Arbitrator
A judge ruled that the ex-employee had signed an employment agreement requiring her to resolve disputes through arbitration, rather than with a lawsuit.
Flint Airport Police Officer Stabbed; FBI Investigating As Possible Terrorist Attack
The FBI is investigating the incident as an act of terrorism, reports WJRT-TV in Flint. But the FBI said it was too early to make a determination.
Driverless Shuttle to Service U-M North Campus in Fall
“This first-ever automated shuttle service on campus is a critical research project that will help us understand the challenges and opportunities," said Huei Peng, director of Mcity.