Detroit area postal workers will protest Thursday afternoon at the Staples stores in Dearborn and Clawson.
Hundreds of fast-food workers across Michigan are expected to walk off their jobs Thursday as part of a national protest.
One hundred noisy protesters marched while they awaited a judge’s decision on whether Detroit is eligible for bankruptcy.
The crowd is full of retired Detroit police officers, many of whom agree: “I earned my damn pension, every dollar.”
A demonstration against circumcision is being held this Saturday at noon outside of Beaumont Children’s Hospital.
For the first time, we’re hearing from Highland Park Mayor Deandre Windom about the attempts to boot him out of office.
A local McDonald’s restaurant was forced to close after its employees walked out and hundreds gathered outside to protest for higher wages.
Groups are rallying across the state are asking for $15 an hour.
A few dozen city workers took part in a rally, Friday, in front of the Spirit of Detroit.
AFSCME Local along with other union members were protesting hiring of an emergency manager for the city of Detroit.