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2 hrs ago | Detroit Free Press
One of the green spaces that will be on display during Saturday's Metro Detroit Pond & Garden Tour.
5 hrs ago | Detroit Free Press
A man accused of helping move the body of a Detroit mother whose children remain missing months after she was killed is scheduled for a preliminary examination this morning.
8 hrs ago | WXYZ
After two days of jury selection, lawyers are poised to give opening statements in the trial of a Detroit-area man who opened his front door and shot an unarmed woman, killing her.
Romany Malco, center, takes a selfie with some new acquaintances at Covenant House in Detroit on Wednesday.
Michigan State Police are asking the public for help in identifying two set of human remains at the Wayne County Medical Examiner's office.
A Detroit fire official says an emergency medical services unit is being disinfected after bed bugs were found in an ambulance.
Redford Township Police are investigating the fatal shooting of a Detroit man, whose body was found in the street late Tuesday.
Christin Howard, a 20-year-old Detroit hairdresser, was beaten by a mob during the 2014 Motor City Pride festival, a gay pride celebration.
Felando Hunter, left, and Fredrick Young are due Wednesday in Wayne County Circuit Court on first-degree murder, torture and robbery charges related to the slaying of two Westland teens.
It's a parade of birthdays! And helping pump up the celebrations will be 313 butterflies, a T-shirt contest, outdoor movies, food, drink, tons of music and, a short distance away, a way-cool pop-up parade.
Many people may take for granted having those items in their homes. But what about those who don't have a home? Vivian is among a group of young people who decided to create and distribute what they're calling "blessing bags" through local Catholic parishes.
Crime Stoppers is offering a $2,5000 reward for a tip leading to an arrest in the hit-and-run death of a Detroit woman .
Two major bond insurers that could lose billions on Detroit's bankruptcy blasted the city's plan to pay retirees more than financial creditors and vowed to fight retirees' endorsement of the deal.
The austerity agenda as it plays out on the ground in American cities is often so relentless in demanding cuts in public services that it is easy to imagine that it cannot be upended.
A young child plays in the water at the fountain in front of GM Headquarters in Detroit.
From left, Isabella Mary Meteer, 18; Mary Elizabeth Harder, 17; and Mackenzie Lynn Snitgen, 17, appear for a pre-exam hearing Tuesday morning with their attorneys in 36th District Court.
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Updated: Thu Jul 24, 2014 10:36 am
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