Chris Fofana was last seen leaving his home Jan. 15 in the 8700 block of Bessemore when he said he was going on a walk. Detroit police say he never returned.
"We believe, like Dr. King believed, that if we came together and work together, we can make positive change," said John George, Detroit Blight Busters. "And that is what we are doing here today."
"It would be very difficult for an individual or a group to penetrate that, they will be met very quickly with a certain response," Craig said. "So I think what you see today certainly should've been in place, or at least partially in place, during the day when the interaction took place.
Two people died in a house fire in Detroit just south of 8 Mile Monday afternoon.
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.
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.
Despite the pandemic, Wayne States Center for Urban Studies, AmeriCorps Urban Safety Program will be hosting its annual 2021 MLK Day event Monday.
Early Sunday morning around midnight a 29-year-old woman was in the parking lot of the Buick Lounge on Detroit's west side when a suspect in a black Kia pulled up and started firing shots.
Light snow expected Sunday with most locations seeing less than an inch. Meteorologist Lori Pinson has your extended outlook.
Darrin Wyatt was murdered on January 18, 2016, and his family is still looking for answers. Crime Stoppers is offering a $2500 reward for information that will lead to an arrest. Please call 1-800-SPEAK-UP if you have information.
Five of the companies given demolition contracts are black-owned, while 51% of the workers hired will be residents of Detroit. "We can do this ourselves," said Councilman Scott Benson.
After a slow roll-out of the coronavirus vaccine, Detroit will begin administering the treatment to residents beginning Wednesday. It will inoculate 400 people over the age of 75 and anyone driving them over the age of 65 to start.
"Like I told Vonnie before, there is a purpose why this happened let's take advantage, do something positive out of this, and get back to normal life for everyone," her mom said. "We are praying for all the families who have lost loved ones we appreciate all of the people who reaching out to us still praying for us cope."
Natasha Keianna had been missing since just after Christmas and was last seen in her white Saturn SUV after leaving a motel at Eight Mile near Greenfield. Today her body was found inside her vehicle at Coyle and Vassar by Detroit police.
As health officials in Michigan temper expectations about how many citizens can get the COVID-19 vaccine, Detroit prepares to inoculate its first 400 residents.
The day of the fire, DeMika Pinson and her five kids were inside their Helen Street home. Investigators still say the cause is still under investigation.
"We are expanding eligibility. The system is working," Mayor Mike Duggan said. "We started at 75 and above and now we've lowered it to 70 years old."
Richard and Rayvin was last seen by their mother at 1 p.m. Thursday at approximately 1 p.m. in the 16800 block of Marlowe. Richard and Rayven left the location on foot in an unknown direction.
The city of Detroit is vaccinating hundreds of people in the first few days that the TCF Center is open to give vaccines and Mayor Mike Duggan says it's going to keep growing.
Bedrock and Emagine Entertainment announced Tuesday morning that a drive-in movie theater will be opening in downtown Detroit on January 22.