In-depth reporting on Michigan's largest city and surrounding communities, including deep dives into the big changes afoot in Detroit, its schools, neighborhoods, institutions and city hall.
Police state or good government? That’s the debate as Detroit considers requiring businesses install live camera feeds.
Elected officials this month to propose changes to the Regional Transit Authority in anticipation of November tax request.
Budget problems have eliminated a reward program to catch arsonists.
Two experts talk gentrification. One hopes downtown development can help everyone. Another says neighborhoods are collapsing.
Rich people aren’t displacing residents. Poor people are going from one bad situation to another.
Wealth is returning after decades. Now is the time to discuss policies so developments help everyone.
The state has placed more than three dozen struggling schools on notice: Improve, or else. Can Alisanda Woods beat the clock?
The digital divide is real. And poor residents are being left behind.
A grieving sister. A brilliant lawyer. A conflicted son. These are the stories behind the film out on DVD next week. Only in Bridge.
Since 2014, the city has shut taps on 100,000 homes. Even so, shutoffs are way down this year.
Teacher shortages and poaching of talent among traditional and charter schools hurts students in the low-performing school district.
Detroit city clerk candidate who lost by 1,482 votes wants absentee votes recounted.
Democracy isn’t pretty. It’s even less so in Detroit, so experts are urging audits of balloting to restore faith in elections.
Clerk candidate Garlin Gilchrist says he’s concerned about reports of irregularities and may seek a recount in his narrow loss Tuesday.
Few surprises in Detroit, Flint and other cities. Here are takeaways from Tuesday’s elections.
She grew up in America, married an American and had an American baby. Her story could hold lessons to Dreamers worried about deportation. (video)
Undocumented immigrants are increasingly ‘self-deporting,’ returning to Mexico or other countries and forsaking the American Dream. (video)
Deportation split his family in two. Now, he’s surrounded by shanties and homes without running water. (video)
Rampant turnover has schools yearning for teachers and turning to bonuses and penalties. Research shows the instability is bad for kids.