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Detroit, Michigan is located in Wayne County. Zip codes in Detroit, MI include 48275, 48201, and 48214. The median home price in Detroit is $10,000 which is roughly $39/per square foot. More Detroit information.

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1 hr ago | Detroit News

Detroit bankruptcy fight detours to Ohio courtroom

The nation's largest municipal bankruptcy case shifts to Ohio on Wednesday where Detroit's legal team and a holdout creditor are fighting over the city's best revenue stream - $15 million a month in casino taxes.


5 hrs ago | Detroit Free Press

Bridge Magazine: Once unthinkable, Detroit firefighter union surrenders on promotions

The city of Detroit and the union that represents firefighters have reached a tentative agreement to overhaul the fire department's 128-year-old promotional system that mayors have tried to overturn for nearly half a century.


9 hrs ago |

Detroit man accused of sexually assaulting, killing, torching body of 5-year-old acquitted

Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy accused Cheatham of sexually assaulting 5-year-old Mariha Smith, killing her and setting her body on fire inside an abandoned house on Waverly in 2011.

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12 hrs ago | CBS Local

Sleeping 8-Year-Old Killed, Mother Injured In Detroit Shooting

Detroit police say a sleeping 8-year-old boy was fatally shot overnight in what might be a case of domestic violence.


12 hrs ago | Detroit News

Detroit chef Craig Lieckfelt sets sights on Michelin stars

Chef Craig Lieckfelt, who has held a series of acclaimed pop-up dinners in Detroit, plans to open his own restaurant, Guns & Butter, this summer.


13 hrs ago | The Detroit News

Police: 8-year-old boy fatally shot in Detroit while sleeping

Detroit -- A sleeping 8-year-old boy was killed early Tuesday morning when bullets tore through his home on the city's near east side.


16 hrs ago | Detroit Free Press

Detroit inspector general opens probe into water department sewer contracts

Detroit's inspector general on Tuesday launched an investigation into a pair of construction contracts worth a combined $30 million that the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department awarded earlier this year.


Tue Jul 29, 2014

Metro Times

Stephen Magsig puts Detroit's cityscapes down on canvas

I'm not going to lie to you - this isn't easy. This week, the final City Slang local music column will be published in the Metro Times , and I have just submitted a cover feature on the women of Detroit hip-hop, to be published next week .


Detroit Free Press

2 lawmakers blast EAA over kindergarten class of 100 children

The four-door Mini Cooper Countryman was the only one of 12 cars to earn a top rating of 'good' in... Sara Ordaz is one of three kindergartner teachers at Brenda Scott Academy who teaches over 90 students in the one class together.


Times Herald

Porch shooting case hinges on a single witness

Investigators canvassed the area where 19-year-old Renisha McBride was fatally shot, knocking on 80-100 doors trying to gain additional information, but found just one witness.



Authorities discussing charges in fatal dog atta

Authorities expect to decide within the next few days whether the owners of two dogs that fatally mauled a 46-year-old jogger on a rural Michigan road will face criminal charges.



Reward increased to find missing Detroit kids

Kaylah Hunter, 6, and Kristian Justice, 9 months old, went missing on May 25. They were last seen at their home at 18491 Ardmore Street.



Mistrial declared for man charged in girl's assault, murder

A mistrial has been declared in the case of a 22-year-old man accused of sexually assaulting, killing and then setting fire to a 5-year-old girl in Detroit.


Detroit Free Press

Kevyn Orr grants Mayor Mike Duggan control of Detroit water department

Amid international attention to Detroit's policy of cracking down on water customers with overdue bills, the city's emergency manager this morning granted fuller authority to Mayor Mike Duggan to manage the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department.


The Detroit News

Portraits, works by emerging artists show great talents in 2 exhibits

Inspired by Howard Zinn's populist "People's History of the United States," Detroit filmmaker and artist Nicole Macdonald created a series of enormous paintings of Detroit heroes past and present -- telling the city's history, in her words, "from the ground up."


Myrtle Beach Online

Prep football star begins jail time for assault

Jayru Campbell's lawyer Jeff Edison tells the Detroit Free Press his client turned himself in Monday.


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Detroit Aircraft grows to 12 people, eyes acquisition

There was once a time when Detroit was the center of not only the automotive world, but the aviation world, too.


Mon Jul 28, 2014

Detroit News

Detroit, Michigan's newest craft beer city

Atwater Brewing founder Mark Reith has come a long way in a short time, but says fewer regulations would help craft brewers like himself.


CBS Local

Possible Land Deal For New US-Canada Bridge Delayed

A proposal has been delayed to transfer 301 Detroit-owned properties to the Michigan Land Bank in exchange for $1.4 million from the Canadian government as part of plans for a $2 billion international commuter bridge.


Lansing State Journal

He had sex with a witness in chambers, but Detroit judge can't be sued

Wade McCree Jr. lost his job, but he won't lose his shirt. The disgraced judge -- who once texted a shirtless photo of himself to a female court bailiff -- had an affair with a woman while overseeing her child custody case, had sex with her in his chambers and sexted her from the bench.



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