Former Cobo Hall contractor Karl Kado kicked off the week of testimony.
Sean H. Robinson said: “We put these people on pedestals and don’t think that they are fallible.”
What’s it like to wind one up for the Detroit Tigers at Comerica Park?
Carol Cain discusses Black History Month and presidential politics with the Roundtable. Then, Republican Presidential Primary candidate Rick Santorum stops by to talk politics.
Hundreds of Michigan business leaders and politicians are on Mackinac Island for the annual policy conference hosted by the Detroit Regional Chamber.
After a six-month-long strike by the musicians, their spokesman Greg Bowens confirms that a tentative deal has been reached in the labor dispute.
Two vehicles had flipped over in the right lane and the shoulder.
WWJ City Beat Reporter Vickie Thomas took an informal survey the morning after Bing delivered his address live from Orchestra Hall.
Saddled with a nearly $330 million deficit, plan includes setting up old and new districts.
WWJ’s Vickie Thomas talks to Tyree Guyton, Detroit painter and sculptor about his ever changing Heidelberg Project including renovations to the Polka Dot House.