Public comments about housing insecurity are prompting the City Council to consider changes to Detroit’s plan for spending federal aid.
Black women face a higher chance of pregnancy-related death. Requiring women to give birth means exposing more of them to risk.
The mayor’s office wants more time to hear from residents after hearing “several concerns” about the audio surveillance technology.
A fatal crash on Belle Isle beach sparks calls for removing cars from the state-run island park.
Jobs for Detroiters without college degrees are growing slower than low-paying positions.
The mayor and former prosecutor says he revealed the name of an informant in a federal corruption probe to protect the city. He says he had no knowledge the informant was confidential.
All 69 pedestrian bridges in the city are being inspected after a man’s injury in May sparked larger concerns about pedestrian safety.
BridgeDetroit convened its second community town hall meeting in Detroit’s District 2.
The controversial gun surveillance program would be funded with federal ARPA funds. A group of residents urged council members to vote ‘no.’
A study on Detroit’s housing conditions was commissioned to evaluate the benefits of an eviction legal aid program. It argues the city’s renters are facing a crisis.