Congressional field hearing held in Detroit to collect testimony on impacts of pollution in vulnerable communities.
Detroit weighs scooter law, employs curfew to prevent obstruction of streets and dangerous riding. Some scooter companies don’t even let riders leave downtown.
Inspector general audit flags ‘questionable purchases’ with corporate credit cards and a risk of abuse for the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department.
DTE is seeking state approval for a rate increase that activists argue is not deserved.
Land contracts are alternatives to getting a mortgage, but they carry risks that buyers should be aware of.
Detroit Democrats knew Shri Thanedar would win if they didn’t unite around one candidate. It happened anyway.
State Rep. Shri Thanedar, winner of a crowded primary for Michigan’s 13th District, discusses reparations, Black representation and the influence of special interests in elections.
Detroit is all but assured to lose Black representation in Congress for the first time in 70 years.
City Charter allows Detroit 60 days to enact the proposal as a new ordinance or have the Election Commission determine whether the language can lawfully be placed on the ballot.
Developers want to save the old factory from being demolished by building housing units and retail space supported with tax incentives.