Metro Detroit Had Ties to 'Little Boy' Atom Bomb Dropped on Hiroshima
The Metro area was an appealing place to help build the bomb, in part because of a large pool of skilled labor.
Update: Westland Returns U.S. Flags to Produce Market
The mayor and a council member says it's a misunderstanding. The star-spangled banners are expected to wave proudly again Friday.
Warning: Do Not Litter Around WDET's Sandra Svoboda
"I was driving in to work today . . . and a bag of trash went flying out the passenger window of the car in front of me," the public broadcaster posts.
Lengel: Is Shinola Ad Celebrating Jobs or a Snarky Retort to Critics?
Shinola has been a job creator in Detroit. But is its towering ad in downtown Detroit a clever way of saying that or a shot at critics?
Detroit Cops Kill Woman's 3 Dogs; Lawsuit Accuses Them of Being a 'Dog Death Squad'
One officer allegedly laughed after the dogs were shot, according to a federal lawsuit.
Judge Rejects Request by Eminem's Ex-Wife to Toss Drunk Driving Case
Kim Mathers' attorney objected to the way police secured a blood test after the car crash in October.
Attorney General: Snyder's Flint Probe Could Mess up Criminal Inquiry
“These two investigations have compromised the ongoing criminal investigation," says a letter to Snyder from the state attorney general and Genesee County prosecutor.
Update: Suspected Shooter of 2-Year-Old Girl Arrested at Hotel
"We can't police stupid...When you pull out a gun and there's kids in the area, common sense should tell you not to do it," frustrated Assistant Detroit Police Chief Steve Dolunt said.
Video: 10th Detroit Electronic Music Festival, aka Movement, Kicks Off Saturday
The three-day festival features more than 120 performances. Artists include Kraftwerk, Dan Snaith’s Caribou, Four Tet, Âme (DJ set) and The Black Madonna.
Ann Arbor's Laith Al-Saad of The Voice Will Join GM River Days Festival
Laith Al-Saad of Ann Arbor came in fourth place the other night in the final competition of NBC's "The Voice."
Gallery: A Shopping Frenzy Marks the Opening of Nike Store in Downtown Detroit
The hope is that the big store will act as an anchor and lure other big chains, possibly even Apple.