Narcotics Cop Spent Lavishly on Strippers, Hair Restoration, Cars - Fed Prosecutors
An IRS agent testified in court Thursday that the source of some of Detroit Police Lt. David Hansberry's cash was unknown, the Freep reports.
Why The Sports Format Failed at 105.1 After 34 Month Run
One of the biggest problems was losing out in a bid for the Detroit Tigers' radio broadcast rights, reports the Detroit Free Press.
NBA Coach in Memphis Wants to Help Out Wrongully Imprisoned Davontae Sanford
David Fizdale, head coach of the NBA’s Memphis Grizzlies, has no connection to Detroit, but says he was brought to tears after hearing the story of Davontae Sanford.
'Blight into Beauty:' CBS News Reports Tonight on Highland Park's Avalon Village
Shamayim ("Shu") Harris is interviewerd by Steve Hartman for an "On the Road" segment airing Friday. She created the neighborhood-uplift group after her 2-year-old son's hit-run death.
Drama in 3 Acts: An Ignored Shopper, a Public Venting, an Owner's Apology
"Customers of other ethnicities come in and they get all the attention," posts April Woodard, a Detroit mom who left Vault of Midnight empty-handed.
Dan Gilbert Fears Detroit Is Falling Behind in Competition for Auto Technology Firms
GM could build a technology-driven, digitally based place that would blow away everyone in attracting young people, Dan Gilbert says.
Video: Ex-Ferndale Cop Faces Charges of Excessive Force
"As bad as it is, and as deplorable as his actions, it was properly reported by other officers and up the chain of command," Police Chief Timothy Collins says.
Off-Duty Security Guard Opens Fire on Robbers in Detroit, Shoots One
“He had his gun pointed at me and I did what I had to do," said security guard Cordaro Boyd.
Going . . . Going . . . Birmingham Auctioneer Sells Trump's Engagement Ring
It was the second time the ring had been sold. Marla Maples sold it to a collector in 1999 for $110,000 after their divorce that year, Forbes reports.
Another Sushi Option Coming to Downtown Detroit
The lastest entry in the sushi arena in downtown Detroit comes this fall on West Fort Street.
Video: A Chat With a Bar Owner on Operating in the Ilitch Empire's Shadow
Harry Kefalonitis, a third generation bar owner, bought Harry's Detroit in 1994. Now, 22 years later, he says he can finally see the pot of gold.
Map Shows Planned Paradise Valley District with Jazz Club, Dining, Hotel
Casino revenue lets the Downtown Development Authority buy properties for a proposed entertainment district celebrating African-American culture and music.
Detroit Judge Dismisses Graffiti Charges Against Famed Street Artist Shepard Fairey
"Mr. Fairey is not entitled to special treatment over ordinary citizens just because he is famous. We will file a timely appeal," City Attorney Doug Baker said.
NY Times: Detroit's Charter Schools Have Helped Create 'a Public Education Fiasco'
Detroit has a bigger share of students in charters than any U.S. city except New Orleans, The Times says.