Detroiters Speak Out For And Against Ordinance To Regulate Pot ShopsJaneé Ayers called it "the Gremlin effect": They're multiplying quickly and seem to be everywhere.
Graffiti Artist Shepard Fairey, Who Created Obama's 'Hope' Poster, Scheduled To Stand Trial For Tagging Buildings In DetroitShepard Fairey's lawyer has said prosecutors offered no proof the tagging was done by Fairey.
Motor City Match Awarding $500,000 To 10 Grant WinnersWinners of the Motor City Match will be announced on Tuesday.
Storage Piles Of Coal-Based Byproduct Prompt ConcernsIn 2013, massive piles petroleum coke along the Detroit River prompted complaints from residents.
Southwest Airlines Says Technology Issues Delay Some FlightsSouthwest Airlines is asking travelers to arrive at least two hours before their scheduled departures as technical issues are forcing it to process customers manually.
Whole Foods Recalls Cheese Due To Listeria RiskThe recalled cheese was cut and packaged in clear plastic wrap and sold with Whole Foods Market scale labels.
UAW Leaders Approve Richer Fiat Chrysler Contract“We returned to bargaining with a clear mandate to fight for a contract that gives all members a clearly defined path to fair pay and a decent standard of living."
Highchairs Recalled After Kids Fell Off, Chipped TeethAbout 35,000 highchairs are being recalled after reports that children were able to remove the tray and fall off causing chipped teeth, cuts and bruises.
Fall Tourism Means Billions Of Dollars For MichiganResidents and visitors should start seeing peak fall color in some parts of Michigan next week — and that means big business for the state.
313-Foot-Long Box Of Chocolate To Be Assembled Along Detroit RiverIt's part of a fundraiser to help improve Detroit's riverfront.
Former Bay City Times Building Sold For $500K To Local BuyerThe building has been unoccupied since the newspaper moved last year.
'Michigan Matters' Focus: Women Businesses Proliferate With Organizations Ready To HelpWomen are taking the lead in starting and growing businesses across Metro Detroit and organizations are gearing up to help them grow.