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Bedrock Real Estate Services has bought the home of The Detroit News and the Detroit Free Press.
A federal judge has ordered the government to turn over mug shots of criminal defendants to the Detroit Free Press.
A development group from China has scooped up two downtown Detroit buildings, including the former home of the Freep.
The leader of a small Michigan college referred to the faces of minorities on his campus as “dark ones” during an appearance before a legislative subcommittee.
A Detroit Free Press photographer was taken into custody while shooting video of Detroit police making an arrest.
The Detroit News and Detroit Free Press plan to move from their downtown offices into a new home.
A newspaper article has helped uncover the identity of a severely developmentally disabled man known as John D108 Doe who has lived in a group home in Detroit since 2008.
The enthusiasm surrounding the emerging foodie scene in Detroit is exciting and can be found on Twitter.
Michigan’s journalism community lost a trailblazer for women with the passing of Ruth Cain.
The man at the heart of a college athletics point-shaving scandal was arrested for food stamp fraud.