Authorities located the body of two-year-old Wynter Cole-Smith on July 5 in a field near Irwin Avenue days after her mother was allegedly stabbed by Rashad Maleek Trice. Police say the Detroit man took off with the child, sparking an Amber Alert.
With another phase of cleanup starting at the former McLouth Steel plant in Downriver area near Detroit, the state is adding a new area of concern after a spring fish kill and contaminant plume.
In addition to physical and behavioral health services, health hubs also will provide dental services, vision and hearing screenings, and other health-related services.
The Gilbert Family Foundation and Green Living Science have teamed up to support community members activating their local parks.
Ann Arbor joins the growing number of cities piloting guaranteed income programs, providing cash payments to lower income families.
Despite its limitations, the downtown streetcar is becoming more reliable. Some transit advocates are considering its role in plans for a regional network.
Chrysler’s decades of expansion, pollution pose continued risks for resident health and displacement in east side community.
DPSCD music teacher Kay Thomas is one of three teachers being transferred out of Bates Academy due to budget cuts. Thomas argues that in her case other factors are at play.
The district says it learned of the incidents in January. Parents say they weren’t notified promptly and plan to sue.
Detroit Public Schools Community District officials have emphasized building relationships and awareness with students and families experiencing housing insecurity.