Big-name auto companies will skip the North American International Auto Show as they reconsider their promotion strategies.
The city hopes to relocate 240 families.
Since 2016 Detroit has gained more than 22 new large scale gardens and farms. As these new farmers put down roots, some wonder what the future of urban agriculture will look like there.
A group of students is suing the state of Michigan for failing to provide access to literacy in public schools
Murcy Jones has been a student, teacher and parent in the Detroit School System.
Aaron Foley says there are "680,000 stories waiting to be told. Not all of them come from downtown."
The state's successful program is in doubt, along with the Affordable Care Act.
With lending unavailable, home buyers have turned to an option with few protections.
In many cities, poor people rent — but the home ownership rate in Detroit is high.