Jalal Abdallah: Following the Comeback Trail of Flint, America's Most Resilient City
"Words that you can never overuse when talking about the people in Flint are 'resilient' and 'tough,'" writes Jalall Abdullah.
Teachers Union Gives Gretchen Whitmer a Boost for Governor
"It means bodies, it means networking and it'ss very important in the primary race because they have people all across the state," political consultant Ed Sarpolus tells the Freep.
Video: A Chat About Driverless Vehicles and When Our Cars Will Become Obsolete
Should we worry about buying a car today, only to have it quickly become obsolete because of self-driving cars? Joe Wiesenfelder of Cars.com talks about the future at the auto show.
Clarkston Schools Chief Out After 'Inappropriate' Affair With Ex-Student
Superintendent Rod Rock "indicated that the relationship started as a friendship and became inappropriate only after the now 19-year-old graduated," the district said.
Tired of Detroit Auto Show, but Love Cars? Come to 'Sketchbattle'
Design professionals, many of whom work for major automakers, come up with novel ideas and render them on paper under severe time crunches.
NY Times: Michigan's Ronna McDaniel's Unbridled Loyalty to Donald Trump
She has indeed been highly deferential to President Donald Trump, the New York Times writes about Ronna Romney McDaniel, head of the Republican National Committee.
Update: Bloomfield Hills Inventor Lands 'Shark Tank' Deal for Offbeat Pet Gadget
Oakland County inventor Michelle Winowich's offbeat product is at PetSmart stores.
Ex-Pistons' Bad Boy Dennis Rodman Busted for DUI
Dennis Rodman has "struggled openly with alcoholism the past 17 years," says his agent Darren Prince.
U.S. House Candidate Kristine Bonds Focuses on Opioid Crisis for Sad Personal Reason
Kristine Bonds, daughter of former WXYZ anchor Bill Bonds, lost her stepson Drew Swan, 24, nearly four years ago to opioid abuse in Florida.
How Amazon Bid Came Together: 'I Know Bezos, I Know How He Thinks' -- Gilbert
"I want to treat this like I would treat an Olympic bid committee," Mayor Mike Duggan told Dan Gilbert.
Never Mind Trump's Boast -- U.S. Auto Industry Actually Lost About 5,000 Jobs in 2017
Many "new" jobs go to workers whose positions at other plants were eliminated. Also, some temporary workers gain full-time roles.
Video: Preview of What to Expect at the Detroit Auto Show
The North American International Auto Show at Cobo Center runs from Jan. 20-28.