Yes, the 'Dead' Dude in Detroit Front Yard Is Only a Dummy
"Everywhere I've ever lived, it's always been this way," says Halloween prankster Larethia Haddon. "But this year, for some reason, it's getting a lot of attention."
Joe Louis Gets Some Upgrades Including Free WiFi and Chicken Wings Stand
With two years left to play at the Joe, Olympia Entertainment is still looking to make some upgrades. The Red Wings season begins tonight at the Joe.
Teen Girl Raped in Detroit on Way to School
The girl was headed to school when she was abucted at a bus stop, Fox 2 reports.
Survey Shows a Whole Lot of Detroit Pot Dispensaries: 148
“High concentrations of marijuana dispensaries are located close to the suburbs," a Loveland Technologies study says.
Gun Rights Group Plans Anti-Islam Rally in Dearborn
The gun rights group claims to be comprised of patriots trying to protect America.
New DIA Director Envisions Museum as a Central Gathering Spot in Detroit
Salvador Salort-Pons wants to expand what predecessor Graham Beal started when he recast Kresge Court as a sort of drop-in, urban living room, The Detroit News reports.
Lions Owner Speaks to NFL Officials in NY About Batted Ball
Lions owner Martha Firestone Ford was in New York this week for the NFL's fall meetings.
Killer Draws 23-40 Years in Detroit Death of French Street Artist
Bilal Berreni was found July 29, 2013, outside the Frederick Douglass Homes, aka the Brewster projects.
LeDuff: Cost of Demolishing a Home Jumps 60% Under Duggan Administration
Fox 2's Charlie LeDuff is skeptical about some claims the city is making about its demolition program, and wonders if the city couldn't be saving more money.
Update: Flint to Rejoin Detroit Water System, Snyder Says; ACLU Weighs In
"Any long-term fix to this problem must ensure that those responsible for these decisions are held accountable," ACLU's Kary Moss said.
Former WWJ Reporter Gary Baumgarten Remembers Landlord-Mayoral Candidate Chuck Costas
Charles Costa was a Detroit landlord, philanthropist and candidate. He died last week at 80.
Sixth Annual Hamtramck Neighborhood Arts Festival Kicks Off This Weekend
The festival takes over the city as artists open their home studios and music rises from backyards and empty lots, the event's Facebook page says.
Wayne County Auction Could Get Ugly with Mass Evictions
“It was insanity. Pure hell,” Cheryle West West, 68, a music teacher and former medical writer, who was evicted from her home last year, told the News.
Strike Averted: UAW and Fiat Chrysler Agree Tentatively at Deadline
Workers were unhappy with the first tentative agreeement, and some complained that union leader shouldn't have brought it to a vote.