Annabel Ames is a junior at the University of Missouri, studying magazine journalism and English. She has previously written for the metro and entertainment sections of the Detroit Free Press and covered a weekly news beat for the student newspaper, The Maneater. She also manages her college's literary magazine. She is from Grosse Pointe Park, MI.
Cass Group Will Build 25 Tiny Homes for Low-Income Detroiters
Houses with 250 to 400 square feet will rent for $250 to $400 monthly. Tenants who stay seven years get ownership.
A Look at the Progress of Dan Gilbert's High-Speed 'Rocket Fiber' Internet
Residential buildings with the service include The David Whitney, The Albert and The Ashley.
Primanti Bros. to Bring French Fry-Stuffed Sandwiches to Michigan
Two suburban Detroit locations mark the Pittsburgh group's first entry into our state.
Video: A Brief Chat with 'Bikevon' Founder, Who Helps Youths Cycle Competitively
Yvonne Rucker digs into her own pocket regularly to makes sure she can take kids to a bike track in Rochester Hills.
Under New Ownership, Olga's Hopes to Regain Footing
"This is a great brand with a lot of great people and it just deserves better and more," said Mark Schostak.
Ann Arbor and Detroit Rank 10th and 11th on Rude Cities List
It appears Miami locals don't exude "Southern Charm," as the city was voted America's Rudest City by Travel + Leisure readers.
A Real-Life Pink Panther: Woman Accuses Kay Jewelers of Losing $8,000 Diamond
Amid accusations that their employees have switched customer's diamonds for poorer quality gems, Kay Jewelers' stock prices have dropped.
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.
Gallery: Avalon International Breads Expands to 'Food Desert' on East Side
"When we opened up, there was so much pent-up demand and gratitude," says co-founder Jackie Victor.
Gallery: 'Transformers' 5 Crews Invade Downtown Detroit
This marks the fourth movie in the "Transformers" series to be filmed in the city.
Gallery: Loyal Fans Gather at the Joe to Honor 'Mr. Hockey'
"The Red Wings mean so much to my family and I've been coming to games for decades," says suburbanite Matt Dulimba. Visitation is open until 9 p.m. Tuesday.
Rapper Big Sean Donates to Wayne State to Fight College Homelessness
Rapper Big Sean, a Cass Tech graduater, supports a program for students with housing or financial problems. It provides clothes, books, transportation and child-care help.
Michigan Has Admitted the Most Syrian Refugees; 300 More Come This Summer
Despite the governor's stance against Syrian refugees, about 300 are expected to relocate to Michigan during this summer.
Believe it or Not, Some People Regularly Rely on the People Mover to Get Around
The closure of the transportation line for about 2 weeks, starting Sunday,has sent some Detroiters scrambling to find other ways to travel around downtown.