"I only want to tell the truth in order to prevent an innocent kid from serving time for crimes that I committed," an imprisoned hit man said
The Tea Party favorite is making a 'major announcement' in his hometown of Detroit
A friend called her "a beautiful person"
Mere minutes before Ndamukong Suh was officially free to sign with the Miami Dolphins, his former team, the Detroit Lions, pulled the trigger on a trade for...
A kickstarted campaign has, so far, raised $130,000
A first policy address for the all-but-certain White House campaign of the son and brother of presidents
Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James again gave an assessment of where his team stands, saying that they are “not a very good team” after they were blown out...
'It was a tough call to decide to go into bankruptcy'
Fire stations, schools and office towers among the approximately 100 buildings without power
Schools, colleges and public transportation are expected to resume normal operations Wednesday morning
A central office war room and customer service tips from Target
Kym Worthy has been called 'the toughest woman in Detroit'
The 7-4 team hosted its first Turkey Day game exactly 80 years ago
An unlikely deal lifts Motown out of bankruptcy
Realtor tells local news he may want an iPhone Plus, but that's negotiable
Lions quarterback Matt Stafford was on the scene, mingling with others
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
(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.