The upper levels of the building tumbled down near Winder and Russell just before 11:40 a.m. Saturday, at least one person was taken away in an ambulance.
Detroit Public Schools Supt. Dr. Nikolai Vitti shares district updates. A Detroit dance troupe keeps Mexican dance alive. Plus, the “One Detroit Weekend.”
Detroit’s first Black-owned grocery store in nearly a decade. The benefits of plant-based eating. Plus, bassist Marion Hayden talks jazz history.
The Citizens Research Council of Michigan suggests the state should invest heavily in roads and power lines if it wants to jump-start stagnant population.
The main hotline for people facing homelessness in Detroit, Hamtramck and Highland Park has expanded its hours and plans to add in-person services.
Tepfirah Rusdhan named as Detroit’s first Director of Urban Agriculture, following other major U.S. cities like Atlanta, Boston, Philadelphia and Washington, D.C.
Low-income entrepreneurs in Ann Arbor can apply to receive monthly cash assistance through a program to test a guaranteed income pilot.
Enjoy One Detroit’s food-themed episode featuring Velvet Peanut Butter, Sozai Restaurant and the Detroit Food Academy.
Detroiters still have opportunities to influence the design of a nearly 30-mile recreational loop spanning the city.
Highland Park City Council made a decision on whether a developer should get a lot where a community garden, run by Avalon Village, grows.