Church Leaders Urge Detroiters To Ditch 'No Snitch' Policy After String Of Shootings"We're tired of burying our young men, young woman and we're gonna do something..."
Detroit Church Leaders Push 'Thou Shalt Not Kill' Message After Deadly Shootings"Our goal now is to infiltrate and saturate our communities with this commandment."
Detroit Takes Top Spots On List Of Most Dangerous Neighborhoods In AmericaIt's a clean sweep for Detroit, but nothing to be proud of, as the city takes the top three spots on a list of the most dangerous neighborhoods in America.
Detroit Mayor Announces Plan To Curb Violent Crime"Detroit One brings the principles of teamwork to law enforcement, as well as the community," said Mayor Dave Bing,
Man Killed In Inkster, 10th Murder Since July Police LayoffsOne resident said she makes sure she's at home at night because of the increase in violent crime in the city.
Opinion: President Obama Finally Comments On Hometown’s MurdersAfter months of criticism and complaining President Obama finally reacts to the horrific crime rate and record-breaking murder rate in Chicago.
Opinion: Media Covers Up Violence Of Flash MobsFlash mobs were once innocent social experiments, but now are all too often racial attacks. Unfortunately, the media continues to paint a rosy picture and fails to report the violence and crime they cause.
Is It Time For The National Guard To Get Boots On The Ground In Detroit?Over the last several days WWJ Newsradio 950 has been reporting on deadly and brutal crimes in Detroit. “It’s just a shame that you can’t feel safe in your own home," said one Detroiter.
Gov. Snyder Gets Cash To Train More TroopersGov. Rick Snyder has signed a supplemental budget bill that includes money to train more state troopers and fight crime.
Mayor Bing Promises 'Real Action' In State Of The City Address"I'm a believer and I know we deserve nothing but the best," said Detroit Mayor Dave Bing, delivering his 3rd State of the City address Wednesday evening.
Federal Crackdown Follows Bloody Weekend In DetroitMore than two dozen law enforcement officials joined together to announce an "unprecedented" initiative aimed at curbing the tide of violent, deadly crime in Detroit.