Audit: Detroit's Deficit Grew To Nearly $327MAn audit says Detroit's accumulated general-fund deficit is nearly $327 million.
Emergency Financial Manager Still On The Table For DetroitDetroit's budget deficit exceeds $200 million and Michigan treasurer Andy Dillion says the city's finances are eroding quicker than expected.
Bing Updates City Council On Planned ReformsDetroit Mayor Dave Bing went before Detroit City Council on Monday, for the first time in months.
Detroiters Rally To Keep Belle IsleNearly 200 Detroiters gathered on Belle Isle to protest a state proposal to take control of the island under.
Judge Dismisses Lawsuit Challenging Detroit Consent AgreementA Wayne County Circuit Court judge has ruled the city of Detroit can move ahead with its consent agreement with the state.
Detroit Mayor Imposes Union Contract Changes, Wage CutsA 10 percent employee wage cut and work rule changes are being imposed by Detroit Mayor Dave Bing under a plan to get the city's finances under control.
Detroit Financial Board OKs Plan For Union CutsA board created to help Detroit Mayor Dave Bing repair the city's broken finances has approved his plan to make more than $100 million in cuts to the unionized workforce.
Judge Denies Request To Revisit Consent Deal SuitA judge has declined to reconsider an earlier ruling that dismissed a lawsuit challenging a financial stability agreement between Detroit Mayor Dave Bing and the state of Michigan.
Bank Extends Detroit Deadline, Delays Cash CrunchA bank is extending a deadline on a bond transaction that will let the city of Detroit get most of June's revenue sharing payment from the state.
Detroiters Voice Gripes To Mayor At Community MeetingA few hundred Detroit residents gave Mayor Dave Bing an earful during a town-hall meeting Wednesday night.
Detroit Councilman Calls For Appeal In Consent Deal DisputeThe lawsuit challenging the city of Detroit's consent agreement was dismissed but Detroit City Councilman Kwame Kenyatta says it should be appealed.