The Metro: This Juneteenth, celebrating Black liberation and wealth generation through homeownership

Local nonprofit Detroit Future City hosted a panel discussion and Juneteenth celebration on Tuesday to commemorate Black liberation and wealth...

Late fees, warrant costs to be waived at 36th District Court through August

The 36th District Court has launched a debt amnesty program from June 24 through Aug. 2, during which all late...

The Metro: WDET dads discuss what fatherhood means to them

We live in a time of shrinking families. Less people are having children, and for those who are having kids,...

The Metro: Author Vikki Tobak celebrates hip-hop jewelry, history with ‘Ice Cold’ exhibit

Last year marked 50 years of hip-hop. Detroit has many musical contributions to the genre as well as influence on...

Detroit Youth Choir members talk Music Hall concert, NFL Draft experience and more

The Detroit Youth Choir remains busy after their recent performance at the NFL Draft and their docuseries on Disney Plus. ...

Detroit dust ordinance heads to City Council for final approval

A proposed ordinance to limit "fugitive dust" in Detroit and create more stringent air quality rules for commercial facilities is...

Cars altered to be louder would lead to fines under new state House bill

State Rep. Natalie Price (D-Berkley) introduced a bill last month that would penalize drivers for altering vehicles to make them...

‘It Was All a Dream’ documentary takes a close look at the golden age of hip-hop

Dream Hampton is an award-winning filmmaker and writer from Detroit. Her latest film, “It Was All a Dream,” is a...