Mayor: 75 Percent Of Detroit Homeowners Will See Decrease In Property Assessments Most homeowners in Detroit will be paying lower property taxes this year. Council Passes Resolution To Tackle Issue Of Homelessness With Innovation ... part of the plan is to move the homeless into some of the city's rehabbed abandoned homes.
Trafficking Twins Get Sharply Reduced Sentences Ex-Detroit Emergency Manager: Bankruptcy Only Start Of City’s Recovery Secretary Of State Launches Upgraded Branch Office Locator Sphinx Begins 18th Year Of String Competition For Black And Latino Student Musicians Gay Marriage Case May Affect Discrimination, Religion Bills Lawmaker Wants High School Students To Pass Same Civics Test As Immigrants To Graduate Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush To Visit Detroit Economic Club Arguments Next In Appeal Over Parole For Juvenile Lifers
Authorities: No Working Smoke Detectors At Mobile Home Fire Which Claimed Life A suburban Detroit fire chief say investigators have confirmed the identity of a person killed in a fatal fire Police: Officer Shot After Responding To Domestic Dispute Call, Suspect Wounded, Now In Custody The officer is in stable condition. The suspect is under guard at a separate hospital.
State Senator Proposes Making It Felony To Assault Referee Marine Reservists Arrested In Connection With 7-Eleven Armed Robbery Fundraisers To Be Held For Family Of Father, Son Killed In Crash I-94 Reopens After HAZMAT Crews Clear Fuel From Road Michigan Urban Farming Initiative Vying For $40K Grant Last-Ditch Foreclosure Hearings Draw Many Detroit Homeowners Detroit Man Charged With Involuntary Manslaughter In Shooting Of 13-Year-Old Girl Police: Elderly Southgate Man Shoots, Kills Armed Home Invader