Several tech companies have reached out to the city's underfunded fire department offering to replace its Faygo can alerts
Municipal distress and bankruptcy isn’t a local problem – it’s a national one
Talking cars are no longer a thing of the future
(DETROIT) — A judge has sentenced a suburban Detroit man to 17 years in prison for killing an unarmed woman on his porch. Theodore Wafer was sentenced Wednesday...
Police are still looking for two of three suspects.
This winter has been among the worst in years for many parts of the U.S., but a new weather index finds that it’s been especially bad for one city in particular...
The roadmap includes cuts to pensions and creditors to reduce the city’s $18 billion in debt
From fighting cancer to fighting crime
We've come to expect this sort of thing in places like San Francisco. But … Detroit? For years, one of the main selling points for relocating to shrinking,...
State wants special permits issued for 50,000 skilled foreigners
A potential breakthrough deal could keep the bankrupt city's art collection off the auction block
Latest high-profile case to stir debate over self-defense laws
Judge rules the city is eligible for Chapter 9 protection
A federal judge's ruling clears the way for Detroit to proceed with the largest municipal bankruptcy in U.S. history
A breathtaking succession of murders and shootings are a vivid reminder that the city’s biggest problem is very much part of its present.
Fielder headed to Texas, while Ian Kinsler set for the Motor City
"It’s very, very, very hard to believe that it was an accident," a lawyer for Renisha McBride's family said
At least two are killed and eight wounded in a shooting on the city's east side
The death of the unarmed 19-year-old who was seeking help after a car accident has raised questions of racial profiling by the shooter and stalling by...