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The Downtown Detroit Partnership says the results of its Perception Survey show people are feeling safer in the city.
More than 80 families in Detroit received the deed to their foreclosed homes Tuesday.
The LGBT Community is working hard with DPD to gain trust and respect between the two.
The Downtown Detroit Partnership has received a $250,000 grant from the Erb Family Foundation.
Duggan says his office is not being targeted in the federal investigation.