Whitmer wants Line 5 gone. Enbridge has tunnel vision. A court battle is cresting. Here’s a primer on how we got here.
This year's Rocket Mortgage pitch competition aims to support local entrepreneurs during the pandemic
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and French automaker Peugeot announced the name of their new corporation in July
A Farmington Hills man was arrested earlier this year after being wrongly identified by the controversial software
Cranbrook Institute of Science’s annual event supports science, technology, engineering, arts, and math programs for kids
The notoriously pessimistic University of Michigan computer security expert says there’s a lot of positive things happening in the state
The 28,500-square-foot space will open in September 2021
The Ann Arbor native sees "no risk-free way" to get kids back to school
All levels of experience and all kinds of wheels — from skateboards to bikes to wheelchairs — are welcome in this Detroit skate group
For both veteran and rookie teachers, COVID-19 means a fall fraught with difficult decisions
To the Detroiter, the demonstrations over police killings of unarmed African Americans represent the realization of a dream deferred
Plymouth native Megan Piwowar is a former Michigan GOP spokeswoman who served as campaign manager in 2014 for Dave Trott’s first successful congressional campaign
As shown in a new video from Eightfold Collective, there's a supportive community behind all the smoke, masks, and F-bombs
While Black transgender people have stepped up for the Black Lives Matter protests across the country, the Detroiter says speakers at these events have rarely taken note of the enhanced danger that Black trans people face
What has life during the pandemic been like for you?
America’s favorite summer pastime may also be an infection risk
A mix of local and national programs, these podcasts cover topics like systemic racism, the Black Lives Matter movement, and the history of race relations in the U.S.
With police under fire, Anthony Holt sees an opportunity for a needed rethink
The funding — provided through an initiative by Harlem Children’s Zone to help cities with large African American populations during the pandemic — will support the nonprofit’s COVID-19 relief efforts
‘The Game’ will happen in October — and other quirks of the Big Ten’s revamped schedule