Director Kathryn Bigelow Hopes President Trump Sees 'Detroit'
"The film is a kind of indictment against the pervasiveness of racism."
Aretha Franklin's Retirement Plan: Move Back to Detroit and Open a Club
Aretha Franklin tells the Freep she's interested in partnering with Dan Gilbert's Bedrock.
Pricey Patties: 11 Detroit Burgers That Will Cost You $13-$22
The most expensive burger on our list is at Wolfgang Puck Steak restaurant at MGM Grand Detroit.
Motor City Tattoo Expo Is This Weekend Downtown
The three-day event has 170 booths and more than 300 tattoo artists.
See Why David Crosby Calls Michigan Native Ted Nugent an 'Asshole'
David Crosby reacts to Nugent's claim about why he's not in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Big Score for Downtown: Lululemon Comes in September
Lululemon joins other leading brands along Woodward Avenue, such as Nike, Under Armour, Moosejaw, John Varvatos Detroit and Warby Parker.
Video: Get Ready to Be Very Impressed with Teen's 'Black Nerd Problems' Poetry Slam
YaKuZa Moon, 18, of Detroit attended the Brave New Voices International Youth Poetry Slam Festival in San Francisco.
Hippo Kills Rochester Hills Woman, 75, on African Safari
"There are few people in the community that you think of that are absolute treasures and Carol is one of those in our community," says Rochester Mayor Bryan Barnett.
The Case for Making Techno a Much Bigger Deal in Detroit
It's a genre Detroit born and bred, but that's not apparent today. Is the city missing a cultural and economic opportunity?
Condo Owner with Cancer Sues Over Neighbor's Secondhand Smoke
"All she wants is to breathe in her home comfortably," attorney Alan Gocha tells Fox 2.
Construction Firm Extends Olive Branch to UFO Factory; Donates $15,000 to Fund
A public relations firm for Soave Enterprises calls the incident an accident.
Jerry Seinfeld Adds Second Show at the Fox in November
"People who read the tabloids deserve to be lied to," says Jerry Seinfeld.
At WeWork Shared Space, Some Days It's Bagels or Waffles
The 50 open seating spaces at WeWork on Woodward Avenue in Detroit sold out before opening, reports The Detroit News. So did private offices.
Detroit Demolition Program Poses Health Dangers That Include Asbestos
A Michigan Department of Environmental Quality worker blames city officials, saying they acknowledged putting "production over compliance" with asbestos regulations.