Tigers' Snack Lineup Adds Stuffed Muffins, Nacho Burgers and This Dessert Mouthful
"A true rarity here at the Tigers preseason tastefest: three dozen reporters and no complaining," Neal Rubin tweets Friday from Comerica Park.
Ex-Detroit Preschool Teacher-Turned Playboy Playmate to Discuss Trump on CNN
Stormy Daniels and former Playboy Playmate Karen McDougal tell strikingly similar stories about their experiences with Trump.
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.
WDIV to Air Live Special on School Shootings: 'Generation Under Fire'
The hour-long show airs Friday on the eve of "March for Our Lives" demonstrations in Washington, Detroit and elsewhere.
Malcom Maddox, Accused in Lawsuit of Sexual Harassment, Won't Be Back at WXYZ
The graphic allegations in former WXYZ reporter Tara Edwards' lawsuit apparently proved too much for the company, and Malcom Maddox was removed from the air.
PBS' 'Antiques Roadshow' Comes to Meadowbrook in June
About 3,000 ticketed guests will get free valuations of collectibles.
Stormy Daniels, Trump's Ongoing Headache, Reschedules Detroit Visit for April
Stormy Daniels is determined to capitalize on an affair she says she had with Trump years before he became commander in chief.
We Call Nonsense on Anointing Slows Bar BQ as 'the Birthplace of New Detroit'
Phil and Ryan Cooley kick-started a Corktown resurgence, but let's not anoint them as the founding fathers of "New Detroit," whatever that even means.
JoAnne Purtan 'Shocked' That WXYZ Drops Her as an Anchor After 20 Years on Air
"I want to focus instead on my gratitude for all of you. I have had an amazing 20 years at WXYZ-TV," JoAnne Purtan writes on Facebook.
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.
Lengel: WXYZ Creates Public Relations Nightmare with Malcom Maddox Missteps
"Did they have opportunity to resolve this case, absolutely," says Tara Edwards' attorney, Geoffrey Fieger.
'My Own Nightmare:' Tara Edwards Felt 'Helpless, Hopeless and Voiceless' at WXYZ
"No more," the former Detroit newswoman says in a statement about her $100,000-million suit against the station over its responses to her complaints about anchor Malcom Maddox.
Update: Malcom Maddox Is Off the Air at WXYZ Again as Tara Edwards Sues Station
Edwards "was not fired or forced out," the ABC affiliate's owner says in response to her suit. "She left the company voluntarily in December 2016 for personal reasons."
Update: White Supremacist Group Bars Media from Attending Richard Spencer's Talk
Spencer's group declared it a victory for the First Amendment when it got access to MSU. Now it blocks newspapers, Michigan Radio and MLive from covering the event.
David Weiss: Why I Quit Facebook, And Why You Should Find Better Things to Do
"Ninety percent of the puerile, armchair activists wasting their lives in self-aggrandizing posturing are usually being read by absolutely nobody," writes David Weiss.