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Detroit Shows Improvement, Promise 1 Year Out Of BankruptcyA year after its exit from a brief but embarrassing bankruptcy, Detroit suddenly has something it long lacked: money to spend.
Manager Of Nuisance Abatement Effort Sued Under Same ProgramBarak heads a four-member team that puts residents of run-down vacant properties on notice to either fix them or risk losing them.
Detroiters Have 'No Right To Water': Appeal Pursued In Long-Running Dispute Over Water ShutoffsDuring Detroit's bankruptcy last year, Judge Steven Rhodes said there was no right to water.
City Council Approves Restoring Power Of Detroit Board Of Police CommissionersA unanimous vote by City Council restores the powers of the Detroit Board of Police Commissioners.
Sentencing For Former Detroit Pension Trustee Connected To Ex-Mayor's Corruption CaseJeffrey Beasley was convicted in December of running a kickback scheme that cost Detroit's pension funds nearly one hundred million dollars.
Michigan To Process Detroit Individual Income Tax ReturnsThe state says Tuesday that Detroit filers will be able to, for the first time, submit their returns electronically.
Billionaire Dan Gilbert Looks To Increase His Real Estate Holdings In DetroitBillionaire Dan Gilbert's major investment into downtown began five years ago this month.
County Executive: Consent Agreement Best Option For County's Financial WoesGov. Snyder has already made the decision that there is a financial emergency within the county.
Detroit's Bond Rating Goes From 'Junk' To 'A/Stable'The announcement comes just seven months after the city exited bankruptcy.
Top Attorney Convicted In Federal Corruption Case Dies Weeks Before SentencingHis attorney, Eric Ladasz is hoping the court will now dismiss the indictment.
Bankruptcy Judge 'Deeply Concerned' About Unfunded PensionsRetired Judge Steven Rhodes says it's crucial that local governments make their pension plan contributions and not put it off.
DIA Considered Selling Van Gogh To Buy Other ArtDirector Graham Beal said he considered selling the painting after Detroit's December exit from bankruptcy.

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