The Detroit Medical Center is no longer looking to build a $50 million outpatient facility in Royal Oak.
What better way to mark the 13th day of the third month in the year 2013 than by welcoming new life to the city of Detroit?
Doctors in Mississippi say a baby born with HIV is now two years old and shows no signs of the disease.
With Detroit’s fiscal woes simmering and threat of an Emergency Manager looming, Mayor Dave Bing said he wishes the local media would stop focusing all of its attention on the negative and show the Motor City some love.
Think you can’t help because you don’t have money to spare? That’s OK — you can give your time. And in some cases, that’s an even more valuable gift.
First Forecast Mornings features the art of 6 year old Rielly Rudolph of St. Sebastian Catholic School in Dearborn Heights, Michigan. With the help of her classmates, delivered 150 painted pumpkins to DMC’s Children Hospital for Halloween.
Lots of fright, lots of blood, but these wounded aren’t the walking dead or actually injured, they are all taking part in a region-wide drill for a simulated disaster.
“Over the next 90 days, we’re going to do an analysis across the city as to whether there’s enough support for me to be elected mayor.
The Michael and Lori Duggan Scholarship Fund is in the process of awarding $60,000 in grants to college-bound children and grandchildren of DMC employees.
The Detroit Medical Center is expected to begin screening job applicants for nicotine.