U.S. Customs and Border Protection announced the software would be rolled out to DTW to verify travelers. While the technology is only used on international arrivals, it will also be made available to domestic travelers who may opt to use facial recognition.
See a need, fill a need. It's always a great way to start a business - and that's exactly what Schlepper founder Jackson Partrich did.
After years of preparation and planning - the launch of Detroit's new light rail system is finally happening.
The fire reached two-alarms before it was contained around 3 a.m. No injuries were reported.
The $200 million investment hopes to change the way people travel downtown.