313-Foot-Long Box Of Chocolate To Be Assembled Along Detroit RiverIt's part of a fundraiser to help improve Detroit's riverfront.
People Trapped In Elevators At Renaissance Center When Power Goes Out In Downtown DetroitThe problem started a little after 4 p.m. and is impacting the Ren Cen, One Detroit Center, and a number of other city buildings.
RenCen To Light Up Purple For Prematurity Awareness DayPurple LED lighting will shine from the GM Renaissance Center in downtown Detroit to focus awareness on premature births and symbolize hope for a healthy start for more babies.
Youmacon Anime Convention To Takeover Downtown Detroit (Video)One of the biggest anime and gaming conventions in the country opens Thursday in Detroit. The Youmacon convention is expected to draw more than 16,000 attendees.
Good Samaritan Dies Months After He Was Shot Chasing MuggersA 61-year-old man who rushed to the aid of two robbery victims has died.
Man Who Tried To Stop Mugging Near Ren Cen Taken Off Life SupportFamily members say they have taken a man off life support who had been critically wounded while trying to help robbery victims in Detroit.
GM's Detroit Headquarters Goes Landfill-FreeThe complex now recycles, reuses or converts all its daily waste to energy, with efforts at the Renaissance Center keeping 5 million pounds of trash annually from landfills
GM Renaissance Center Now A Zero Landfill BuildingGeneral Motors announced Tuesday that the GM Renaissance Center, the six-tower office complex that dominates Detroit's skyline and has its own ZIP code, now recycles, reuses or converts all its daily waste to energy, sending zero to landfills.
Great Lakes Tech Showcase Coming To DetroitMore than 100 tech companies from 26 states will display their innovations at the Great Lakes Tech Showcase next week. The event is an annual joint conference of the Telecommunications Association of Michigan and the Ohio Telecom Association.
Vandals Trim Canadian Bush Into Phallic Symbol Aimed At DetroitWhat is that bush doing to the iconic image of Detroit? You be the judge.
GM Supports Wayne State Supply Chain CompetitionWayne State University's School of Business Administration and General Motors are bringing some of the leading business students from across the country to Detroit for an in-depth look at the supply chain systems that support the automotive industry and its high-tech vehicles.