Michigan Matters: Debating Detroit's Mayoral DebateAs incumbent Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan walked away with a resounding victory over State Sen. Coleman A. Young Jr. in Tuesday's primary where he obtained over 60-percent of the vote, the "Michigan Matters" roundtable talked about whether there would be more than one debate in the fall election.
Detroit's Black Slate Endorses First White Candidate In Organization HistoryThe move marks the first time The Black Slate has endorsed a white candidate in its history.
Coleman Young II Skips Schmoozing On Mackinac: 'Too Many People Hurting Right Now'"I just think there's too many people who are hurting right now for me to be up there, you know, singing karaoke and eating caviar and drinking champagne or schmoozing,
All In: Dozens File For Office In Detroit, Including Duggan, Coleman Young IICrime, neighborhood development and Detroit schools expected to be among the election's top issues.
Detroit Land Bank Looks To Sell Off Side Lots To HomeownersThe Detroit Land Bank Authority is hosting a fair to sell off vacant side lots for $100 each to homeowners adjacent to the lots.
Big Sean Gets Key To The City From Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan [VIDEO]Local recording artist "Big Sean" Anderson was presented with the key to Detroit on Saturday by mayor Mike Duggan for his efforts to help local students reach for higher education.
Duggan's Election Challenger Likens Him To Kwame, Infers He's CorruptWWJ Lansing bureau chief Tim Skubick says Young accused Duggan of bid rigging and colluding on contracts.
Detroit Mayor Lists Jobs, Rebuilding Neighborhoods As Focus During State Of The City AddressDuggan said getting rid of abandoned homes is a matter of life or death.
Detroit Mayor To Deliver Annual State Of The City AddressThe speech comes more than two weeks after Mayor Duggan formally announced plans to run for a second term.
Coleman Young II Will Reportedly Run For Mayor Of DetroitYoung's father served as mayor of Detroit from 1974 until 1994.
Duggan Kicks Off Jobs Program For Young DetroitersParticipants will be paid $7.50 per hour, and those 18 and older will make $8.90 per hour, per the website.
Detroit To Kickoff Efforts For Annual Summer Jobs ProgramMayor Mike Duggan is expected to launch Detroit's annual effort to find summer jobs for teens and young adults.

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