Historic marker recognizes Birwood Wall, a symbol of racist housing practices and a challenge to do better.
An updated camera system could help Detroit’s parking department find vehicles with six or more unpaid fines.
Detroit’s annual “point-in-time count” of its homeless population shows the number of people in emergency shelters increased by 13% from 2021 to 2022.
Five Detroit officers are on administrative leave while state police investigate the Sunday shooting death of Porter Burks, 22.
The city has established 13 new voting centers as part of the citywide voter participation campaign, Detroit Votes 2022.
Alternative funding source proposed for gunshot detection software expansion after some City Council members suggest they might support the plan if federal dollars weren’t used.
Dozens of Detroit developers sought federal grant dollars for neighborhood investments, but only a bundle of downtown projects were awarded money.
Black and Hispanic Detroiters are making far less and have fewer job opportunities than their white counterparts, a new report has found.
City Council approved an extension of ShotSpotter’s contract with Detroit, but held off on a decision whether to expand the gunfire technology.
Detroit’s population estimates have a major impact on federal funding and political power.