Police are looking for a hit-and-run driver who fatally struck a man in midtown Detroit.
The future of Detroit is looking super bright…literally. Have you seen the colorful lights up and down Woodward Avenue? The holiday spirit is in the air!
Law enforcement will be out in full force along Woodward Avenue Saturday for the annual Dream Cruise.
MDOT is preparing to halt construction from Royal Oak to Pleasant Ridge ahead of the Woodward Dream Cruise.
According to police, several witnesses reported that the woman had crossed the busy intersection against a red signal and walked into the path of an oncoming vehicle.
Know before you go! It’ll be a slow ride on a five-mile section of Woodward Avenue, as a $4.8 million construction project is scheduled to begin this week.
A stretch of Detroit-area roadway that’s beloved by classic car aficionados is expected to get a little friendlier for bicyclists.
Reverend Martin Luther King’s historic March towards freedom down Woodward is being remembered Saturday.
Turkeys, snowmen were among the costumes in the Turkey Trot. Thousands line Woodward for the 86th annual parade.
The Detroit Artists Market has been around for 80 years and it helps not only the artists but collectors and the community. Karen Carter visited the gallery and talked with Director Nancy Sizer about how they’ve been important to the creative industry of Detroit.