Roostertail Fireworks Party to Support Hantz Foundation
The fireworks event will include food trucks and beer tasting.
Despite Free Throw Woes, Pistons Will Pay Big Bucks to Keep Andre Drummond
"No hesitation," owner Tom Gores says about re-signing Andre Drummond. "Come on, look at all the big guys in the league. Come on."
Detroit News Editorial: 'Dump Trump,' Who's Losing Support in Michigan
Trump suppor slides in key areas, such as Oakland County and western Wayne, the editorial says.
Aretha Franklin Rouses Crowd at Street Dedication for Dad
"I love Aretha from my heart," gushed Kim Harton, 64, of Detroit, after the ceremony. "God made her the queen of America. She's beautiful."
Detroit People Mover Reopens Earlier than Scheduled
“We’re happy to reopen early for our patrons, thanks to the efforts of the employees and contractors on our project team,” transportation official Barbara Hansen saya.
Gallery: 'Transformers' 5 Crews Invade Downtown Detroit
This marks the fourth movie in the "Transformers" series to be filmed in the city.
Downtown Detroit's Latest Woodward Debut: Kit and Ace
The store at 1459 Woodward is on a stretch that not long ago was lined with boarded-up spaces.
A Detroit Newcomer Reflects on the 'Complex and Complicated' City That's Home Now
Porch-sitting, car-fixing, mosque prayers, American flag sweaters, vegetable gardens and Bengali music are part of Liana Aghajanian's diverse neighborhood.
Downtown Detroit's Office Vacancy Rate Drops Dramatically in 5 Years
The healthy market has triggered talk of new office building construction, Crain's Detroit Business reports.
Comic Amy Schumer Coming to Detroit
Another notable comic, Louis C.K, is booked at the Joe on Aug. 5
Attention Gun Owners: Battle Creek Baseball Team Invites You to Bring Weapon
"I like that this is sparking a conversation because it's a conversation that should be had," says General Manager Tony Iovieno of the Battle Creek Bombers baseball team.
Detroit's Small Businesses Spread to Core City, University District and the Villages
As recently as five years ago, the bargain spots for many small businesses were parts of downtown, Corktown and the Cass Corridor, The News reports. Not anymore.
Pistons Draft Update: 'We're Really Excited' to Get Henry Ellenson of Marquette
"He really knows how to play basketball," coach Stan Van Gundy says of the 6-foot, 11-inch college freshman. "He gives us lots of things to work with."
Charles Pugh's Uncle: Family Warned Ex-Councilman About Behavior with Minors
"This is not only a bad choice on his part," uncle Phillip Pugh tells Fox 2. "I feel sorry for the young man that this has basically ruined his life too."