Changing Jobs: Duggan Appointee Will Lead Detroit Economic Growth Agency
Arthur Jemison vows to "focus on creating opportunities for local business owners, entrepreneurs and residents that allow every Detroiter to be part of the city’s success."
After 2 Suspicious Fires, Motorcycle Club Says There's No Feud
Detroit authorities are looking into whether Tuesday's blaze was arson. The cause of Friday morning's blaze has yet to be determined.
10 Cool Weekend Haps: Dlectricity, Bob Seger, Funky Ferndale Art Fair and More
Seger & The Silver Bullet Band return to The Palace of Auburn Hills for a 17th time Saturday night -- their last show there.
2 Weeks After Charging Fares, QLine Ridership Dips 40%
"We are very confident . . . we'll see an uptick," says a spokesman.
Southfield Wants Amazon to Locate HQ at Northland
"The vision for the master plan shows it would be great for loft-style" open spaces or offices, a city official says.
Politics Podcast: Unions and Dems Steaming at GOP Hit Job; Candidates Scramble
Bill Ballenger and Dennis Denno, veterans of Michigan politics, air an interview with a State Senate officers and discuss issues of the week.
'A New Era for the City:' Homecoming Visit Reflections by a Son of Detroit
"It's hard not to root for the underdog, especially when that underdog was our home," writes Mark Osler, a nationally prominent Minnesota law professor.
Transit Backer Talks About Getting Around Detroit Without a Car
Trisha White, Detroit Revitalization Fellow and public transit advocate, says city buses still are the least reliable way to get around town.
High School Teacher Accused of 'Feeding Student Funds into a Slot Machine'
"This teacher held a position of trust within the high school," Prosecutor Eric Smith says.
Duggan's War on Graffiti Puts People Behind Bars
A Detroit Police sergeant who heads the anti-graffiti squad, acknowledges many taggers are "true artists and they have true talent."
Parts from Spirit Flight Drop into in Metro Detroit Yards
"We will determine the cause," a FAA spokesperson tells the Freep.
Big Test: State Health Chief Goes to Court in Flint Water Case
Nick Lyon, state health and human services director, will be in a district court today. Should he face a manslaughter charge?
Update: SW Detroiters Accuse Fox 2 of 'Smear Story' on Raquel Castañeda-López's House
Volunteers plan exterior work Sunday on the family home of Counccilwoman Raquel Castañeda-López. They'll "scrape, paint and do a few other repairs," one of her sisters says.