Video: LeDuff Continues to Spar With Mayor Duggan Over Demolition Contracts
Charlies LeDuff calls it "more funny business" on the part of the city. Mayor Mike Duggan shoots back when confronted on an issue: "Like most of your stories, it's false."
Teen Supect Pretended to Be Concerned About Murder of 91-Year-Old Neighbor
"The word heinous dies not even begin to describe this crime," Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy says.
Albom Countdown: Mitch Sees 'Signal That it Might Be Time' to Leave the Free Press
His longtime sports editor's recent departure "might be a signal that it's time for me to get out" of daily journalism, the columnist says.
Angry Wild Turkey Scares Folks at Bloomfield Hills Office Complex
"Your best bet . . . is to begin a program of gentle hazing, where you re-establish your dominance over the turkeys," advises the DNR, according to The News.
So Long, Dad: Alex Avila Signs with White Sox
The Tigers' catcher played only 67 games this past season and batted .191.
Is Quicken a Detroit Version of NASA? It Wants Us to Think So
"This is one of the biggest breakthroughs in financial technology history, born and built in downtown Detroit," the company's chief information officer gushes.
Mudgie's in Corktown Evolves Beyond Sandwiches
Mudgie's in Corktown adds a bar and wine shop, Metro Times reports.
Detroit Grossly Understates Fire Injuries, Fatalities, Arsons
The city ignores undercounting even after he notified officials, writes Steve Neavling of Motor City Muckraker.
Look What Artist Will Bring Vinyl Album-Making to Detroit
Third Man Records on Canfield is next to Shinola. "We can't wait to be a part of your community yet again," says the Nashille-based business.
City Council Green Lights Transfer of Old Tiger Stadium Site
Detroit Police Athletic League plans to rebuild the field with artificial turf, something that some oppose.
Yashinsky: 10 Things Detroit Sports Fans Can Be Thankful For
Joey Yashinsky writes about 10 things a Detroit sports fan can be thankful for including the Red Wings which we can count on "to still be skating when the playoffs begin."
City Will Raze 33 Homes in Delray Neighborhood
The city describes the Delray as "one of Detroit’s proudest but most challenged neighborhoods."
Teen Neighbor Held in Burning Death of Detroiter, 91
Police reportedly found evidence at a house next to the victim's home.