"I know the contacts of who can get them there, through all kinds of different methods," Halushka said. "They've been doing that since the Soviet Union was still around, you couldn’t go through regular channels."
Russia's invasion of Ukraine is a horrific story that’s sadly still being written but for Larry Halushka, it’s personal. He’s of Ukrainian descent and has a lot of ties there. He’s proud of what he’s been able to do.
Some social media posts followed by a statement from the store owner wants Detroit police to not wear body armor if they come to Midtown ice cream stand.
The academy is part of Apple’s Racial Equity and Justice Initiative. The program offers students an opportunity to become entrepreneurs and app developers. It’s something the now-grads got to participate in for free - skills that can translate into a lifelong career.
A first of its kind program launched in the United States to help underserved communities learn about coding design, marketing and project management. and it's right here in Detroit.
The candidates shared their ideas and at times did not hold back in going after each other, while sharing their plans for Michigan.
The gloves came off as the remaining five candidates on the GOP side weighed in on the future of the state of Michigan.
A Detroit ice cream store said it will deny service to police officers if they are wearing tactical body armor.
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Doctor Matthew Sims helped clear up questions and concerns about who's at risk for catching the virus - and what to do if you think you've been exposed.
"Everything they cleaned out the whole tent," said Layan Shabo. "Snappers, fire crackers, sparklers, all the 200-gram cakes, all the 500-gram cakes, all the mortars. They cleared it out."
The suspects got away with lots of fireworks - wiping out a ton of profits for the family business.
Video of the beating surfaced after the group of women were beaten multiple times by a private security guard outside of 3Fifty Terrace in Detroit, on Madison Street. But there's a lot more to this story.
Despite a moratorium on evictions during the COVID-19 pandemic, thousands of eviction notices were filed in Detroit, leaving many people without a home.
Lawmakers are putting the finishing touches on a budget that would give a funding boost to Michigan schools.
New research from Poverty Solutions at the University of Michigan shows that even during Covid's moratorium on evictions, 25,000 eviction notices were still filed in Detroit, and thousands of families were uprooted and evicted despite the moratorium.
Michigan Republicans will take center stage on Thursday in Warren for the GOP debate in the race to win the nomination for governor.
Michigan Republicans running for governor to take on Gretchen Whitmer will debate on Thursday in Warren.
A security guard intervened into a situation that he wasn't involved with - and was caught on video punching and hitting multiple women outside of a Detroit bar.
Tiara Jones was hit and killed by her ex-boyfriend in Southfield over the weekend. Now, her boyfriend, not the driver, is facing charges because police say the driver was trying to escape after being shot at.