Real progress is taking shape in Detroit. For community members who need to see it to believe it, they should turn their heads to the corner of Michigan and Trumbull.
The rehabbed 13-acre park around Michigan Central Station is an example of old parts of Detroit being restored.
Five years after the campus was purchased and almost 90 years after it was built, a new company will move into the historic building.
Detroit's St. Patrick's Parade is one of the largest St. Patrick's parades in the country attracting between 80,000 and 100,000 people each year.
The bells that tolled over the weekend were both a grand gesture and a deeply personal one for Doug Howell who, for years, questioned why he had lived and others had died.
Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed off on a new state budget, putting an end to weeks of partisan debate about state spending it tries to level the playing field for Michiganders bouncing back from Covid.
The extravagant renewal of the parade, canceled two years straight because of COVID-19, typically draws between 80,000 and 100,000 fans every year. Organizers are hoping for a similar outpouring of support in 2022.
A neighbor called 911 reporting they could smell smoke and see flames, as well as hear a little explosion inside the building. The fire department quickly responded and kept the blaze from getting out of hand.
For the first time in three years, the St. Patrick's Parade will return to Corktown.
While Ford is still more than a year away from opening the Michigan Central Station campus, its ideas for what it will look like are already beginning to take shape.
A Corktown cooperative housing property is now facing a tough stretch after thieves stole $30,000 in snow removal equipment just as winter settles in.
Detroit's Corktown will soon get a 227-room, 7-story hotel with the city's largest rooftop lounge.
Detroit is making an investment into the people who didn't give up the city by building affordable housing units in the Corktown area thanks to a huge grant.
The Detroit St. Patrick's Day Parade, one of the biggest in the country, canceled again over COVID-19 concerns.
A trailer stolen from a construction site in the Corktown neighborhood of Detroit have been recovered by Detroit Police.
Equipment and appliances meant for the new Detroit Axe business planned for Corktown were stolen after two men broke into the property and drove off with a trailer hauling the goods.
It's still summer but the organizers of the Detroit St.