DPD misconduct lawsuits cost city millions
Police misconduct lawsuits have cost the City of Detroit tens of millions of dollars since 2008.
Putting the brakes on dangerous police chases
Dangerous police chases happen all the time. They start in a split second. They can kill in a split second.
Wayne County won't release video of jail assault
It’s the video that will reveal the truth about what happened to a prisoner inside the Wayne County jail before he died.
Are some cops policing for profit?
Police and prosecutors are seizing millions of dollars in cash and property, sometimes without even bringing charges.
What happened in jail? How did Abdul Akbar die?
A local woman wants to know how her father really died. Malikah Akbar says the Wayne County Sheriff isn’t telling the truth…
Human trafficking victim shares survival story
"I had just turned 13," recalls Devaun Chandler. That's when the Romulus woman's life went from bad to worse.
Why the Bee matters to pronouncer Jacques Bailly
Why does the National Spelling Bee matter? Seriously — why does it? #knowledge #achievement #humanism
Bee champion returns for first time in 40 years
In 1965, the Beatles were making music, the U.S. was in Vietnam and Michael Kerpan Jr. won the National Spelling Bee.
Indian heat wave similar to America's in 1995
The Indian heat wave has killed nearly 2,000 people. Its devastation is similar to one of America's all-time worst.
Indian scientists blame humans for heat wave
A heat wave has killed nearly 1,500 people in India and some of the country's researchers blame it on global warming.
Texas faces even more flooding, more evacuations
Texas has received more than 600 percent of its normal weekly rainfall in the last week.
Spelling Bee semifinalist runs imaginary club
Owen Kovalik has a big imagination. Since he was little, he’s run an imaginary club of about half a dozen friends.