Detroit Agrees to Pay $225,000 in Fatal Shootings by Cops of 3 Dogs in Pot Raid
"As far as I know this is the largest settlement of this kind that the city of Detroit has made," says attorney Chris Olson.
Cleveland Car Insurance Rates Are Much Cheaper than Detroit's, Freep Finds
"We’re simply charged for being black in Detroit," state Rep. Sherry Gay-Dagnogo, D-Detroit, said during debate in Lansing last fall.
'As a Student, I Am Terrified:' A Detroit Teen Tells Why Saturday March Matters
"How many mass shootings does it take to get to the center of the real issue?" asks Renaissance High senior Imani Harris.
Ford Can Gain Urban Cred with Possible Detroit Train Station Purchase
"Millennial professional talent, including technical talent, is simply much more interested in urban authenticity," says Mark Muro of the Brookings Institution.
Constructive, Frank Talk at Reddit on a Hot Topic: 'Lots of White People Moving In'
"I'm happy with the direction the city is going in," posts a 19-year-old Dexter Avenue resident who starts a largely uplifting discussion about change in his neighborhood.
Look Who's Back in a Studio, Starting Monday: WDET Alumnus Craig Fahle
A streaming version of "The Craig Fahle Show" will offer "rational conversation about complex issues," says its host.
Video: This Detroit Police Commander Is Demoted After Hospitalizing Restaurant Patron
Timothy Leach (pictured) is bounced to lieutenant and under investigation after a forceful Corktown restaurant ejection while working off-duty. [Fox 2 photo]
3 Detroit Golf Courses Will Stay Open After All
Some council members publicly criticized the administration for an imminent closure announcement, including Council President Brenda Jones.
'Like Wow:' Talk of Train Station Reuse by Ford Spurs 'Fingers Crossed' Optimism
A deal to redevelop the 500,000-square-foot Michigan Central Station owned by the Moroun family could come this spring, tipsters tell Crain's Detroit Business and The Detroit News.
Lengel: Something Stinks About Gilbert Keeping Secret Tax Incentives Offered Amazon
Because of Dan Gilbert, the public has no idea how many billions of dollars in tax breaks Amazon was offered to come to Detroit.
Flashy Detroit House Draws Shots: 'Stunning,' 'Crazy Mess,' 'I Would Be Ashamed'
"Interesting and creepy," says one online comment "Place looks like he robbed Liberace," posts another critic, while a third describes a "Phyllis Diller's whorehouse vibe."
Downtown Detroit's Siren Hotel Ready for Partial Debut Saturday
The 106-room, boutique hotel is in the Wurlitzer Building and neighboring 1515 Broadway building.
3 Detroit Golf Courses Could Close After Council Impasse
Palmer Park, another city-owned course, is not affected.
Blighted Ex-Rogell Golf Course Could Turn Into Park
The city’s Housing and Revitalization Department submitted a request to City Council seeking authorization to purchase the former golf course for $1.94 million.