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
Michigan Man Starts Petition To Cancel Statewide Screenings Of ‘Fifty Shades’ Scott Ruth says the film is inappropriate for such a public venue, so he's put together an online petition to cancel the showing at all Celebration Cinemas in the state. Winter Storm Watch: Up To 6 Inches Of Snow Expected This Weekend It could southeast Michigan's biggest snowfall so far this season.
Officials On Alert For Measles Ahead Of Super Bowl Crowds Reward Increased To $150K In Slaying Of Grosse Pointe Farms Teen 1 Killed, 2 Injured In SUV Vs. Ice Truck Crash Truck Rolls Over, Litters I-275 Ramp With Canned Veggies Domino’s Prepares For Busiest Sunday Of The Year (Video) More Free Water Scheduled For Distribution In Flint MSU Student Found Dead In Off-Campus Apartment ‘Black Or White,’ It’s What’s On The Inside That Matters