Renovations Begin on Affordable Senior Housing in DetroitRenovations are starting on two landmark downtown Detroit buildings that are home to a number of senior citizens.
Rosa Parks House Will Be Displayed The house where Rosa Parks sought refuge after she fled the South will be displayed in Rhode Island for at least a month after all because several groups have provided money.
Motown Museum Hosts Annual Founder's Day April 25Motown Museum announced today that on Wednesday, April 25, it will offer half off Motown Museum admission, as well as host a community day event, in memory of the late Motown Museum founder Esther Gordy Edwards' birthday, which has become known as Founder's Day.
Detroit-Area Leaders to Discuss Skilled Workforce NeedsDetroit Mayor Mike Duggan and other area elected leaders are scheduled to discuss how business and education can help develop a skilled workforce for the region.
Detroit Lyft Passengers Among Highest Tippers in CountryDetroiters are some of the biggest tippers in the country, according to new data collected by Lyft. The ride-sharing company says its a testiment to 'Detroiters' generosity.
DTE Crews Continue to Work to Restore PowerCrews are working another day to restore power to thousands of utility customers following freezing rain, high winds and snow from a weekend storm.
3 Ways to Celebrate Earth Day in Metro DetroitEarth Day is approaching April 22 and everyone is thinking green. There's a lot of community-wide celebrations happening across metro Detroit, but we've rounded up three interesting Earth Day festivities for you to check out.
Toyota to Launch 'Talking' Vehicles in 2021Toyota says it will start equipping models with technology to talk to other vehicles starting in 2021, as it tries to push safety communications forward.
Michigan Rated Worst State in the Country for Identity TheftResidents in Michigan fall victim to identity theft more often than the rest of America, according to a new report and habitual procrastinators who wait to file their taxes are particularly at risk. There were 371,061 reported cases of identity theft last year, including more than 15,000 in Michigan, the online financial news site 24/7 Wall St. reported on Friday.
Ex-Union Leader Charged With Stealing Over $600,000A man who was a union leader in Detroit has been charged with embezzling more than $600,000.
Grant Focused on Family Reading Programs For Detroit Libraries.Three Detroit Public Library branches are receiving grants from Michigan Humanities to host a program designed to improve children's reading skills by getting family members involved.
Governor Snyder Calls for Upgrading Security at SchoolsMichigan would spend $20 million to upgrade security at up to 400 schools, expand a tip line that lets students report threats and require schools to incorporate behavioral health assessments into their procedures under a plan Gov. Rick Snyder outlined on Monday.