Sterling Group Sells the Ford Building Downtown After Less Than 6 Months
The Sterling Group bought the Ford Building in early February and owned it for less than six months.
Caption-Writing Game: Fox 2's Roop Raj Is Armed and Not Dangerous
Roop Raj is a sharp broadcaster who knows how to make a point. "Fox 2, I need a vacation," Betty Haas of Holly imagines him saying.
12th Street Shows New Signs of Hope 50 Years After the Riot
“Most everything was gone. The stores were burned and most never opened again,” Katrina Lockhart tells the News.
Update: Police Find No Clues in Hines Park About Vanished Farmington Hills Woman
"There will be future searches at other locations until we are successful." -- Farmington Hills' police chief
Tony Hawk Backs Downtown Skate Park and Calls Detroit 'Hip Without Trying'
The attraction will double as a performance space and public art installation.
Detroit News Endorses Mayor Mike Duggan, Who 'Has Done a Solid Job'
The paper writes that leadingopponent Coleman A. Young is "light on ideas."
Video: CBS Reports on the '67 Riot, Ike McKinnon and the 'Detroit' Film
Ike McKinnon recalls being shot at by a white Detroit cop during the riot even after he identified himself as an officer.
First Outing: J.D. Martinez Strikes Out Twice, Gets Hit By Pitch and Leaves Game
“It’s definitely scary,” Martinez said, according to a report in the Arizona Republic. “Had to say a prayer there for a second when we went to the X-ray machine."
Detroit Police Official Becomes Dallas' First Female Chief
Detroit Police Chief James Craig announced Ulysha Renee Hall's new job in Dallas on Wednesday.
Video: A Detroit Homicide Cop Talks About Life as a Kid During the '67 Riot
Ira Todd, a Detroit Police homicide investigator, was living on 12th Street at the time of the Detroit 1967 Riot. He was 9.
MacKenzie: Medicaid Played a Role in Exposing Government Lies in Flint Crisis
The effort in the Senate to repeal the Affordable Care Act (ACA) would eliminate Medicaid coverage for the children of Flint. That can't happen, retired Judge Brian MacKenzie writes.
Gallery: 11-Bedroom Home Owned by Ex-Tigers Owner Lists for $1 Million
The Boston-Edison house has been listed for a day and "there's been lots of activity," Jason Hill of Historic Realty Detroit tells us. See five inside photos.
Church of Scientology to Pour $8 Million into Upgrading its Downtown Building
"The church will have a chapel, rooms for parishioners to study the religion and public areas for community meetings and activities," it says.
Can You Help The New York Times Name These People from Detroit on July 24, 1967?
"Are you in this photograph or do you know someone who is?" asks the paper's Midwest bureau chief. "This [AP] image has appeared again and again over the last half-century."