An 18th century British cannon that was found in the Detroit River in 2011 is going on display this weekend following a three-year restoration.
Scientists struggling to protect native Great Lakes fish from a greedy predator called the round goby are taking a page from the playbook of stores that pipe classical music through loudspeakers to chase away loitering teens.
A cannon from Fort Detroit that has been on the bottom of the Detroit River for more than 200 years will stay there a little while longer.
City police divers have found a cannon in the Detroit River that could be more than two centuries old, and they plan to raise it from the water Wednesday.
The Detroit Police Department says its dive team members found a cannon that could be more than two centuries old in the Detroit River near the city’s downtown.