Voters winnow down fields for mayor in several cities in the Aug. 3 primary. The marquee race is a test of Mike Duggan’s longevity.
The ex-Detroit cop also talks about late Wayne County Sheriff Benny Napoleon and Black Lives Matter protests
The unprecedented shutdown has left folks on both sides frustrated, angry, and confused
More than a dozen metro Detroit leaders joined our historic virtual summit. They had a lot to celebrate.
Ann Arbor (of course) was the first city in the state to do so — but likely not the last
The Detroit-born Latinx rights activist was the longest-serving director of the White House Domestic Policy Council
Peter Werbe and Harvey Ovshinsky, who both recently released their first books, spar amiably
In his new memoir, Michigan's six-term senator stresses the need for cooperation and self-sacrifice in modern politics
Brendan Gutenschwager scored some of the most-viewed footage from the insurrection
A new presidency means Michiganders are heading to D.C. — or coming home
Why’d Trump take pity on the disgraced mayor of a city he reviles?
The Dearborn Heights native talks about her blue-collar upbringing and how covering presidential races has changed
A pandemic. An SNL parody. A kidnapping plot. And mean tweets from the president. Did anyone have a more bizarre and intense 2020 than 'the woman in Michigan'?
The co-founder of Mobilize Detroit makes our 2021 Hour Detroiters list, a roundup of people who are quietly — and sometimes not so quietly — enriching life across the region
The former Michigan Supreme Court justice makes our 2021 Hour Detroiters list, a roundup of people who are quietly — and sometimes not so quietly — enriching life across the region
He talks with Hour Detroit about how there's still work to do
Jeff Timmer, the former head of Michigan’s GOP, diagnoses the ailments he believes will doom his beloved party
Will Mike Duggan be reelected? Will Gov. Whitmer’s poll numbers stay high? What will become of twice-failed candidate John James? Our panel of pundits takes a crack at forecasting how these and other questions will pan out in the year ahead.
Presidential, senate, and local races: what we know, and what we don’t
The team is encouraging locals to get out and vote