Summer has just started and already a surge in shootings and homicides has Detroiters on edge.
Violent crime is in high gear - what is the solution.
Part 1: Stopping the violence in Detroit
Charlie LeDuff, Pulitzer Prize winning reporter of The Americans for Fox.
Mark Diaz, president of the Detroit Police Officer's Association.
Minister Malik Shabazz, activist, community leader.
Religious leaders are getting involved, urging the community to step up and speak out. They are part of "Project Good Samaritan," launched this week with Crime Stoppers.
Rev. Curtis Williams of the Aijalon Baptist Church.
Patrice Young, whose brother was murdered in 2006.
Rev. Eddie Connor, leader of Open Door Ministries.
Part 3: On The Road
Charlie Langton asks metro Detroiters about the state of the city.