Statue of Dearborn Mayor Orville Hubbard Comes Down

Stephen talks with Bridge columnist Bill McGraw on the Statue of Orville Hubbard that was removed September 29th.   Plaques:...

As FCA/UAW Deal Fails, Union Threatens Strike at a Ford Plant

Rejection of Fiat Chrysler’s tentative contract with the United Auto Workers appeared certain Wednesday. The Associated Press reports that plant-level union...

Competition Seeks Innovative Transportation Ideas for Detroit

kennymatic/CC Idea Market, a company dedicated to funding upcoming businesses, is calling on entrepreneurs to come up with innovative ways...

Snyder Says Michigan Should Take Refugees

Governor Rick Snyder says he’d like Michigan to welcome more refugees fleeing war and violence in the Middle East. The governor...

The Detroit Board of Police Commissioners is Back in Power

Bre'Anna Tinsley/ WDET The Detroit City Council unanimously passed a resolution this morning to reinstate full power to the Detroit Police...

MDOT Adding 54-thousand Cubic Tons of Mulch to I-696 Slopes

The Michigan Department of Transportation is adding 54,000 cubic yards of mulch to a stretch of I-696. The project will...

Developers Wanted for Detroit’s Paradise Valley Area

Courtesy of Detroit Economic Growth Corporation The Detroit Economic Growth Corporation has seven properties in the city’s Paradise Valley neighborhood...

Dearborn Statue of Former Mayor Orville Hubbard Moved

A statue of Dearborn’s longest-serving mayor, Orville Hubbard, has been removed from City Hall. The statue has drawn criticism in recent years due to Hubbard’s...

Flint Water Woes

Stephen speaks with Detroit Free Press Columnist Nancy Kaffer about her most recent column and investigation of issues related to...

Can Detroit Play a Part with Syrian Refugees?

Stephen speaks with several people and takes calls about whether or not Detroit should welcome refugees and immigrants from Syria...

UAW Contract with Fiat Chrysler Faces Uncertain Fate

United Auto Workers members at some of Fiat Chrysler’s largest factories are voting this week on a new four-year contract....

The Michigan Daily Enjoys 125th Anniversary

The University of Michigan’s student-run newspaper will celebrate a milestone today. It’s the Michigan Daily’s 125th year anniversary. The newspaper, which...