Politics & Prejudices: Divided we fall

Politics & Prejudices, Jack Lessenberry, columns

A week before the election, Bloomfield Township treasurer accused of absenteeism

"If he only wants to work five to 10 hours a week and be in here five to 10 hours a week, I can't tell you what he does the rest of the time."

Canadian trade union seeks investment from Big 3

A Canadian trade union seeks investment by American auto companies.

This exhaustive study covers the entire saga of Davontae Sanford

Sanford's case was vacated last month, following a motion by Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy to have charges dropped.

Two dead and 16 injured in mass shooting at Fort Meyers nightclub

The victims range from age 12 to 27, reports WINK TV. Police are still working to identify the deceased.

Patterson, Hackel square off with Regional Transit Authority over proposed millage

The pair, in a joint statement, also said they were concerned about proposals to transfer oversight of the Q-Line streetcar — formerly known as the M-1 Rail line — in Detroit to the RTA.

New tiered sign language interpreter system takes effect

Texas A&M professor thinks Detroit should just die off

Decomposing body found under garbage in Hazel Park home

Pokémon Go players ticketed in St. Clair Shores

Southwest Detroit under boil water advisory

Six arrested during rally honoring Aiyana Stanley-Jones

Aiyana Stanley-Jones, who was seven when she was killed by DPD, would have turned 14 Wednesday.

The Magic Stick returns after Populux social media scandal

PETA offers reward to help catch burglars that doused dog with Drano


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