East Side Residents Lose Flood Zone Designation Battle With FEMAThe new designation will be costly for homeowners as well as any new construction within that area.
Detroit Council Formulates Plan To Stave Off EFMThe Detroit City Council met Monday to discuss ways to avoid an emergency financial manager. That's in the wake of Mayor Dave Bing's plan to lay off 1,000 employees.
Doomsday In Detroit?As the mayor prepares to deliver a sobering message on the Detroit financial crisis, a councilman says 2,300 city employees could get pink slipped as we enter the holiday season.
New Task Force To Assist Detroit VeteransDetroit City Council President Pro Tem Gary Brown says many local veterans are not taking advantage of the benefits and programs available to them.
Detroit City Council Supports Resolution For A Regional Transit AuthorityLegislative leaders from across southeast Michigan will meet on Friday in Macomb County to talk about regional transportation.
Brown Pushes To Privatize Detroit LightingDetroit City Council President Pro Tem Gary Brown has given up on the City's Public Lighting Department ever being able to keep the lights on across the city.
Detroit's Budget Battle Returns To Center Stage This WeekDetroit City Council President Charles Pugh says the main focus this week will be on that $30 million Mayor Dave Bing brought to the table.
Detroit Reacts To Budget Cut ThreatsWith possible cuts to Detroit police and fire, citizens spoke on Tuesday that now is not the time to cut such services from Detroit's city budget. Council President Pro Tem Gary Brown also expressed his opinions as well.
Brown Urges Use Of Police Moonlighting ProgramThe cost of providing police service to special events in Downtown Detroit is becoming a troubling issue in the financially-strapped city.
Next Phase Of Cobo Expansion UnderwayIt won't be easy to see, but Cobo Center is expanding before your eyes.
Could Detroit's Loss In Population Mean End Of Casinos?Under state law, the casinos had to be built in an area defined as a city with a population of at least 800,000.
Gov.'s Budget Cuts Would Severely Affect DetroitIf Governor Rick Snyder's proposed cuts to tax credits and incentive programs gets approved, what does that hold in store for Detroit?
Mayor Gets Earfull On Dirty Detroit Transit Center
Growing Concerns Over Detroit Transit Center
Dozens of Recent Break-Ins Have City Council Concerned