The National Rhythm & Blues Hall of Fame doesn't have a city yet to call home. But early talks between the city of Inkster and its founding members could pave way for the institution to be built in the city.
The author of Madison Miles and Friends is a Detroit native with a love of reading that stretches back to her childhood. Now, her books tell the stories that parents missed out on growing up.
Six members of the DIA's board have resigned in protest of the museum's plan to keep its director on, despite allegations he contributed to a hostile work environment during his tenure at the head of the institution.
Residents of both cities have complained about the design of the intersection, and the people that use it for shelter and panhandling for years. A new partnership between the two cities targets both poverty and mobility there.
“Without the Volunteers of America I don't know where I would have ended up,” Kyle Jackson said.
The COVID-19 pandemic has sent most events scheduled for Martin Luther King Day online, but that doesn't mean the messages and discussions from the events will be any less powerful.
A donation from AT&T and its Believe Detroit initiative will help build a 3,500-square-foot facility that will provide space for housing counselors, financial empowerment workers, and other services.
Esmeralda Torres of Brilliant Detroit passes out toys donated from The Robot Garage.
The Detroit Police Department gave away Christmas gifts to families in need.
Every year the Urban League of Detroit and Southeastern Michigan honors leaders in human and civil rights at their Salute to Distinguished Warriors Event.
Every year the Urban League of Detroit and Southeastern Michigan honors leaders in human and civil rights at their Salute to Distinguished Warriors Event. The event is a celebration of courage, character, and commitment to the community. Even though the event could not be held this year – we can still honor those who have served.
Our next warrior is Penny Bailer – a woman with a deep commitment to kids.
Our next honoree is all about empowering others – especially women – and knows the importance of making and nurturing connections. Meet Dr. Marilyn French Hubbard.
Our first warrior is Charles E. Allen. He’s a leader in business with a commitment to service.
Our final honoree in the Distinguished Warriors Event is truly a man who needs no introduction. Senator Carl M. Levin – the longest-serving senator in Michigan history.
2020 has been a year like no other but it will not put a stop to the 12th annual Bras for a Cause
The National Alliance on Mental Illness is working to help so many who are struggling, working to end the stigma and shame associated with mental illness.
FOX 2's Amy Lange is emceeing from the Emerald Theatre in Mount Clemens. You can't come to the show this year so FOX 2 is bringing the show to you.
Tuesday is Double Your Donation Day at Gleaners and you can help FOX 2 support Gleaners Community Food Bank.
A man who once relied on a Salvation Army food truck is now working on the truck, serving his community.