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Caution tape is posted on East Canfield in Detroit outside St. Josaphat Catholic Church on Nov. 19, 2013, after wind damage appeared to have shifted the main steeple following the high winds that swept through Detroit.
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4 hrs ago | Detroit Free Press
One of Gov. Jennifer Granholm's final acts is being examined in an unusual place: the Michigan Supreme Court.
8 hrs ago | ClickOnDetroit
Detroit's enormous amount of blight has inspired "creatives" from around the world, from music videos to movies.
12 hrs ago | CBS Local
Bing's plans to talk Wednesday about challenges he's faced and accomplishments during his four years at City Hall.
Waters from a leaking pipe flows down steps at the Caroline Crosman School in Detroit Tuesday, Oct. 29, 2013.
A pilot for a new Syfy show based on the '12 Monkeys' film has been approved for an incentive of $1,546,063 on $5,356,936 of projected in-state expenditures, the Michigan Film Office announced Tuesday.
Shiawassee County authorities say they have arrested three people who they suspect may be part of a car theft ring operating in southern Michigan.
Dearborn -- A Detroit man has turned himself in to authorities in connection with a shooting at a Benihana restaurant last month in which an Ann Arbor man was wounded, police said.
Two Obama administration officials will visit southeastern Michigan on Thursday to discuss the need for community college training programs and help start a campaign encouraging economic development in Detroit.
State Superintendent Mike Flanagan today announced that more schools will be placed into the state's reform district in 2014, possibly as early as January.
ANOTHER BUILDING OF THE HEIDELBERG PROJECT BURNS. Carmen: A MOTHER NEW TO THE AREA MURDERED INSIDE HER WARREN HOME.
Detroit -- A father has been arraigned in connection with the deaths of two of his young sons who were alone during a blaze at their home.
'Anytime somebody says it can't happen, I whip those pictures out and say, 'Oh, don't you bet against it,'' Orr said the other day, not long after a federal judge allowed Detroit to become the nation's largest city ever to enter bankruptcy.
When Nelson Mandela visited Detroit in the summer of 1990, soon after his release from 27 years of captivity in South Africa, federal appeals court Judge Damon J. Keith was asked to welcome him on behalf of the city.
Kilpatrick has waived his attendance at a court hearing Tuesday that will determine his restitution, two months after he was sentenced to 28 years in prison for corruption at city hall.
U.S. Judge Steven Rhodes plans to hear arguments at a hearing Dec. 16 on whether he should allow appeals to his Detroit bankruptcy eligibility ruling to go straight to the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals.
Don Graves, a deputy assistant secretary at the U.S. Treasury will speak at Link Detroit: A Small Business Matching Summit happening Tuesday.