The Obama administration began the My Brother’s Keeper Initiative in February in response to the growing disparities that young African-American and Latino men face.
Lots on Detroit’s southwest and west sides will be featured Dec. 6 in what the city is calling the first in a series of “side lot sale fairs.” The program is part of Duggan’s blight plan for Detroit.
Judge Steven Rhodes approved Detroit’s plan to get out of bankruptcy, ending the largest public filing in U.S. history on Friday. Here’s a look at the events leading up to that decision.
With the annual Angel’s Night campaign in Detroit beginning this week, a final push is underway for additional volunteers to patrol the streets and keep an eye on vacant structures.
Chief of Staff Alexis Wiley said UN representatives weren’t interested in the “numbers” — including the 33,000 customers who have signed up for payment plan assistance — when they met with Mayor Mike Duggan.
Tickets given for murals that had been approved by business owners are expected to be rescinded while other tickets may stand.
WWJ’s Charlie Langton and co-host Mark Lee spoke about the future of Detroit with Former Detroit City Council Member Ken Cockrel, Karen Dumas and Sandy Baruah, President of the Detroit Regional Chamber.
On the stand Monday, Duggan testified about what he’s accomplished, but admitted Detroit cops are still underpaid.
Business, political and hockey dignitaries gathered Thursday for the groundbreaking for the new Detroit Red Wings arena and District Detroit.
Removal of Orr as the city’s emergency manager and restoring power back to Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan and the nine-member city council could come as soon as Sept. 29.