President Barack Obama has announced $10 billion in trade deals with India that are expected to help pay for 54,000 U.S. jobs. He’s also unveiling new export rules to make it easier for U.S. companies […]
An audit on finances at Community Central Bank, where a bank executive was last seen alive in September, shows no missing money. The audit was conducted after the body of David Widlak was found in […]
WWJ-TV is proud to announce a three-part series that examines one of the most vital aspects of Michigan’s economy and future. “Building Bridges: From the Great Lakes to the Great Wall” is a WWJ-TV exclusive. […]
WWJ’s Bill Stevens with a story about a dedicated volunteer with the “Walk to Cure Diabetes” campaign.
Sterling Heights officials are asking churches, service and school groups to submit names of families in need of help during the holidays.
Family and friends of David Widlak are putting up a 10-thousand dollar reward in hopes of stirring up information on the whereabouts of the missing bank executive.
Detroit Mayor Dave Bing announced Wednesday that the city will now have three new community access centers replacing the old neighborhood city halls. The centers will focus on public safety, education, and neighborhood organization. “We […]
200 volunteers are fanning out to perform a variety of projects. A WWJ live interview with Comerica VP and National Civic Affairs Director.
Detroit officials are starting a series of public discussions on what to do about nearly vacant neighborhoods and the best uses for city land.
A live WWJ Interview with Luther Keither, executive director of Arise Detroit, the organizing group behind a gathering of more than 100 community groups having fun and perhaps community building in Detroit today. Luther Keither,