Metro Detroit's Five March for Our Lives Events Are Part of Wide Focus on Gun Laws
Harry Susalla, a high school senior from Grosse Pointe, is a Detroit march organizer.
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.
PBS' 'Antiques Roadshow' Comes to Meadowbrook in June
About 3,000 ticketed guests will get free valuations of collectibles.
Foul: MDOT Shuts Part of I-94 Near Downtown as Detroit Hosts NCAA Games
Beginning roadwork the same night as a major event scheduled since 2014 calls for a penalty whistle.
Dan Gilbert's Son Nick Returns Home After 38 Days in the Hospital
Dan Gilbert praises Henry Ford Hospital's "leading-edge" neurosurgeon team.
Walkouts: 'A Unique Educational Moment' -- Howard Simon, Past Michigan ACLU Head
Jenna Friedman, a Walled Lake Central High sophomore, participates in this morning's national student protests against gun violence. (Twitter photo)
'Hard to Feel Safe:' School Walkouts Wed. Are Part of Push for New Gun Laws
"This is spreading a powerful message and it's student-led," says Cass Tech senior Amina Khalique of Detroit (pictured).
Video: Aaron Foley Talks About 'Propaganda' Versus What He Does for Detroit
"Now is the time to learn more about Detroit, to give Detroit a second chance," Aaron Foley, the city government's "chief storyteller," will say Tuesday in Austin.
Treat? Treasure? Trash? Fox Detroit Solicits Opinions After Finding an Old Twinkie
Office archeology expeditions can uncover amusing -- and gross -- surprises. A local TV station has fun with one it found.
So, If You Wonder What Happened to 'Sugar Man' . . .
The man is still going strong, his tour schedule shows.
Tuskegee Airmen Cancelled Warren Appearance After Threats
"We had some disturbing phone calls," says Maj. William Burnett.
A Delta Ticket-Holder Describes 'the Most Frustrating Travel Ordeal of My Life'
"I got better service through a nameless, faceless platform [Twitter] than from a guy right in front of me" at Delta's gate, writes Matt Friedman of West Bloomfield.
Caption Fun: Readers React as Coleman Young II Makes a Splash in Lansing
"Late on the ice bucket challenge," quips Detroit teacher Kathryn Burgess. Ann Davis Garvin of Ann Arbor has just one word: "Speechless."