She’s conservative, targets school ‘indoctrination’ and wants to slash taxes. Here’s what to know about Tudor Dixon, who was endorsed by former President Donald Trump.
A moratorium on water shutoffs is six months shy of ending. City officials have a plan in the works but some advocates say they’ve been left in the dark.
Host Stephen Henderson sits down with Black Leaders Detroit Founder Dwan Dandridge to talk about how his organization is trying to level the economic playing field for Black-owned businesses and African American entrepreneurs through financial support.
The Michigan Independent Citizens Redistricting Commission released its first drafts of the new legislative and congressional districts. Starting this week, the public gets to voice their opinions on the new maps
Stephen Henderson catches up with the host of the new Detroit Public Television arts series, ‘Detroit Performs: Live From Marygrove,’ Satori Shakoor, who talks about all the unique live acts performing on the show.
The City has touted several new affordable housing plans across Detroit. But here’s why those sites are difficult to build and why some Detroiters still may not qualify for housing.
Michigan’s population is flat, but districts that are heavily Democratic tended to lose more residents than Republican areas, according to a Bridge Michigan analysis. Rep. Dan Kildee’s district lost the most.
Stephen Henderson talks with the Michigan Opera Theatre’s new Artist-in-Residence, Davóne Tines, an African American singer who is earning acclaim in the field of classical music.
Will Glover catches up with Beacon Park manager Meg Heeres and Detroit Artist Jon Harris to talk about the Bonded Art Exhibition that runs from April 23rd to the 25th.
Nolan Finley and Stephen Henderson discuss the recent breach of the Capitol by pro-Trump supporters, the historic results of the senate races in Georgia & whether or not the Republican party will have a post-Trump era any time soon.