Detroit Due To Report Results From Pension Vote In Bankruptcy Court The city of Detroit promised to report the results of voting on pension cuts Monday but declined to disclose the numbers during a morning bankruptcy hearing. NAACP Legal Defense Fund: Detroit Water Service Shutoffs Are Discriminatory "The folks who are being cut off are almost one hundred percent African American."
Voting Results On Pension Cuts By City Employees And Retirees Expected Today Michigan Voters To Decide Fate Of Business Tax Cut U.S. Rep. John Conyers Honored For Donation Of ‘Historic’ Personal Papers Senators Call On GM CEO To Fire Top Lawyer Judge Accused Of Embezzling Funds While Prosecutor Actor Mark Ruffalo Protests Water Shutoffs In Detroit: ‘It’s An Absolute Travesty’ Marygrove College President Conditionally Offers To Shelter, Educate Children Fleeing Central America Emergency Manager Kevyn Orr Says He’ll Leave Detroit Once Bankruptcy Is Settled
Man Sentenced In Beating Death Of 2-Year-Old Daughter A Michigan man has been sentenced to more than 18 years in prison in the 2011 death of his daughter who was found with human bite marks on her body. Downtown Employees Enjoy City’s “Vibe” And Look Forward To Retail, Housing With New Red Wings Arena Employees working in downtown Detroit are looking forward to additional housing, entertainment and shopping options proposed with the new Red Wings arena.
Sheriff: 4 Dogs In Roaming Pack Shot In Saginaw Teen Dies After Shooting Inside Detroit Party Store Registration Opens For ‘Battle Grounds’ StarCraft Gaming Tournament In Detroit Website Allows Donors To Pay Delinquent Bills, Save Detroiters From Water Shutoffs Another Ozone Action Day As Temperatures Soar To The 90s Group Says Attack On Muslim Woman At Michigan Mall Is A Hate Crime Report: State Child Poverty Up, Teen Deaths Down Detroit Retirees Vote In Favor Of Pension Cuts