Opposition to Syrian Refugees Hits Home for Detroit-Bound Writer Liana Aghajanian
"It is a very strange feeling to be the child of refugees in the United States" now, says the second winner of a Detroit Write A House literary residency.
Noted Cardiologist Joel Kahn Opens Vegan Restaurant in Trendy Ferndale
Dr. Joel Kahn, a vegan diet advocate, is a columnist for various publications and author of the book "Dead Execs Don't Get Bonuses."
Insanity? Freep Talks About Prospects of Lions Making Playoffs
A chance at post-season play seemed "almost unfathomable three weeks ago," Dave Birkett writes.
Security Guard Imposter Robs Armored Truck in Greektown
The bandit got more than $500,000. The FBI is investigating.
Gallery: Jack White and Guests Celebrate at Pre-Opening Party for Third Man Records
Guests included nationally recognized comedian Keegan-Michael Key and Fox 2's M.L. Elrick.
Video: Woman with Shotgun Holds Up Garden City Gas Station
The suspect, descroibed as a frequent customer, is arrested.
Pedestrian, 33, Killed in Macomb Township Thanksgiving Night
“She was walking about 300 feet west of the gas station,” said sheriff’s Lt. John Michalke. “We don’t know why.”
Detroit Teachers Fleeing District Before School Year Ends
"Virtually every day, somebody calls me and wants to quit or retire," he said. "A number of teachers aren't coming back after Christmas," a union official says.
'I Should Know Better Than to Tempt Fate,' Nolan Finley Says After Parade Mishap
"Sorry for blaming you," the editorial columnist's paper tweets after teasing him about a mishap that reportedly shook up a spectator.
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 Suspect 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.