Two Detroit police officers were shot, one killed by a suspect inside a home with a high-powered rifle Wednesday night.
For Anita Fly walking outside her home is a nightmare. Every time she looks next door, her vision is tainted by a boarded-up house that has collapsed.
It's not for lack of effort or a decline in resources that I-75 construction has been delayed. Instead, you can thank whatever fitting term that Michigan weather deserves - well, mostly.
UPDATE: One Detroit police officer has died from his injuries. A second police officer is in temporary serious condition at the hospital.
It's a new beginning for Arlisa Hemphill and her family that includes a new place to call home and new furniture inside thanks to the nonprofit Lighthouse.Publish
Three winners of the Motor City cash award officially opened doors for business Wednesday on the Livernois Avenue of Fashion in Detroit.
General Motors has filed a lawsuit against Fiat Chrysler, alleging the automaker bribed the United Auto Workers Union in an attempt to gain an advantage during labor agreements.
A Detroit Catholic priest was sentenced to jail time and probation Wednesday after pleading guilty to aggravated assault while his sex crime charge was dropped.
As if the case was not tragic enough, Kabria Arnold was pregnant when she was murdered. Two people have now been arrested, a 24-year-old Monday morning, and Arnold's ex-boyfriend.
Frankie Marks was at a barbecue with her kids three months ago when gunfire rang out at Rouge Park on the west side of the west Detroit. As police continue searching for the killer, the Wayne County Parks Department is honoring Marks' life by having her seven kids at the grand opening of Lightface at Merriman Hollow Park.
Security guards at several sites in Detroit, including those at Bedrock buildings on Tuesday walked off the job to protest threats of retaliation as they fight for union rights and safety concerns.
Detroit Police Chief James Craig said a 17-year-old who was shot and killed Monday afternoon in a home invasion owed a $20 debt for liquor.
It's a day that will live in Detroit sports infamy forever.
Two people have been arrested in connection with the death of a former UM Dearborn student-athlete, chief James Craig said Tuesday.
The Detroit City Council has voted against sending Mayor Mike Duggan's contentious $250M bond issue to voters in March's primary elections that would speed up blight removal in the city.
A man accused alongside his girlfriend of beating her 5-year-old daughter to death in a Redford motel will go to trial after a hearing in Wayne County Court on Tuesday.
Police are investigating a shooting that left three people seriously hurt overnight on Detroit's west side.
Detroiters had time to weigh in on Mayor Mike Duggan's two-hundred and fifty million dollar bond proposal to demolish empty blighted homes. Following a scathing report from the Auditor General, who found several problems with the blight demolition program, several city councilmembers and residents remain unconvinced the plan to speed up the program is the best idea.
Following a multi-hour operation, Detroit Fire Department finally succeeding in freeing a man who became trapped in an eight feet hole.
Workers and volunteers were hard at work turning old tires into mud mats at Cass Community Social Services in Detroit. And assisting them were around 35 volunteers from a phone company who pulled tires from behind a building where they were been dumped illegally.