Monday Mar 3
Can Pensions Be Fixed?
This is a topic I've been obsessed about in recent days. From San Jose to Detroit, Illinois to Rhode Island, cities and states are struggling with the issue.
Detroit hosting job fair to fill hundreds of positions
AN EARLY START IF YOU CAN. Shawn: SHOOT A FRIEND A TEXT MESSAGE IF THEY'RE HEADED THAT I WAY.
F2 tornado uts through Pike
Friends and neighbors were at the home of Tom and Sue Barger within minutes of hearing the news of the storm's devastation.
Lincoln Daily News
Detroit mayor promises more jobs, less blight for bankrupt city
Nearly two months into his tenure as Detroit mayor, Mike Duggan outlined a plan for adding jobs and removing abandoned buildings in the bankrupt city during his first state of the city address Wednesday night.
Detroit home buyers run into water problem
WE'LL HAVE THAT STORY FOR YOU NEW TONIGHT. Karen: DETROIT MAYOR MIKE DUGGAN IS ASKING DETROITERS TO GIVE HIM SIX MONTHS TO MAKE THINGS WORK BETTER.
Detroit crime targets fighting back more
TAKING MATTERS INTO THEIR OWN HANDS. IT TOPS OUR NEWS AT 5:30. THE STATISTICS SHOW DETROIT POLICE ARE MAKING PROGRESS BUT CRIMINALS SEARCH OUT EASY TARGETS.
Chime in: What do you think about I-375 changes in Detroit
But with all the changes downtown since the I-375 was constructed back in the 60's, the one mile-long stretch is due up for some change of its own.
Raise the minimum wage campaign begins its volunteer orientation
Detroiters Sherryl McCray, left, Robert A. Mitchell and Debbi Adams enthusiastically listen as Michigan United launches its 'Raise Michigan' campaign to increase the minimum wage Saturday at the Communication Workers of America Local 4100 headquarters in Detroit.