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(WWJ Photo/Kasey Stoddart)

Detroit Police Probe French Street Artist’s Death

Police are hoping members of the urban artistic community can help solve the slaying of a French street artist whose body was found amid the ruins of a notorious housing project.

WWJ Newsradio 950–03/28/2014

Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan speaks to reporters in front of the Brewster-Douglass projects, with former mayor Dave Bing to his left. (credit: Jon Hewett/WWJ)

Demolition Underway On Remaining Brewster-Douglass Buildings

The final phase of demolition has begun for an iconic vacant Detroit housing project along I-75.

WWJ Newsradio 950–03/11/2014

Teardown underway at the Frederick Douglass Homes — more commonly knows at the Brewster projects.(credit:  Stephanie Davis/WWJ)

2nd Phase Of Demolition Underway At Iconic Detroit Housing Project

“It was a community where people came together to help one another.”

WWJ Newsradio 950–12/18/2013

(credit: Pat Sweeting/WWJ)

Crews Begin Razing Historic Detroit Housing Project

City and federal officials are making good on promises to raze the Brewster projects.

WWJ Newsradio 950–09/04/2013

Detroit Mayor Bing speaks in front of the Brewster projects. (WWJ Photo/Florence Walton, File)

Mayor Bing: Vacant Housing Project Coming Down

Detroit Mayor Dave Bing says a now-vacant housing project where singers Diana Ross and the Supremes lived before becoming Motown superstars will be demolished.

WWJ Newsradio 950–11/15/2012

(WWJ Photo/S.L. Stoddart)

Announcement Planned At Vacant Housing Project

Known to most Detroiters as the Brewster projects, the decades-old complex has been vacant since the last families were relocated in 2008.

WWJ Newsradio 950–11/14/2012

Artist rendering of the proposed Gateway housing project in downtown Ann Arbor. (Facebook Photo/Yes To The Gateway)

$50 Million Housing Project Proposed For Downtown Ann Arbor

A new proposal to build a $50 million apartment building in downtown Ann Arbor would bring more student housing and encourage greater walkability and density to the South University Downtown Area.

WWJ Newsradio 950–09/12/2012