They call me an anchor-reporter; I prefer “Paid Informant” with 30 years in the biz, starting as News Director in Ludington, then Mt. Clemens and at an FM station in Detroit before landing at WWJ in 1987.
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Jesse Gunderson old the judge he didn’t understand the charges but understands that he’ll remain in jail.
“I was actually asleep and I heard, ‘It’s a fire!'”
The 15-year-old girl told police she’d been walking alone because her friend was killed in an accident the day before.
With hundreds of discontented Detroiters squeezed into a small space, the deadline has a lot of people scrambling…and complaining.
Abe Hagenston has set up on the Woodward overpass near 8 Mile, touting a web site, Spanging.com.
It was a surprise for Ken Lockhart of Lincoln Park.
The 2015 North American International Auto Show in Detroit will open its doors to the public in just a couple of weeks.
Flyers found in residential mailboxes urge neighbors to oppose the project.
The transit center offers passenger rail service, regional bus routes and taxi services.
Crews are at work on what was once the site of the long-vacant Redford High School on the city’s west side.