POLL: Peters leads Senate race, Land closing gap
The race to replace retiring U.S. Senator Carl Levin remains close with Congressman Gary Peters holding onto his lead over former Michigan…
POLL: Schauer takes lead in race for MI governor
If the election for Michigan governor were held today, the race would be too close to call.
Why 2014 is not the year of the woman
Don't expect to see an overwhelming influx of female faces following the midterm elections this year. In fact the way the primaries are…
Democrats hold unity breakfast
An annual tradition was held yet again today as Democrats from across metropolitan Detroit descended upon the Wayne State University campus.
Voters renew Detroit Public Library millage
In Detroit, voters chose to renew a 10-year Public Library millage.
Michigan voters approve Prop 1
Michigan voters have approved a ballot measure to end a state tax on manufacturing and small business equipment.
16 yrs. inside Ford Freedom Award
For the past few months I’ve been getting ready for the 16th annual Ford Freedom Award events. Wednesday, May 21, is the big day.
Mayor Duggan: Leading with an olive branch
If a candid, positive, inclusive, off-the-cuff and uplifting speech could single-handedly heal Detroit's problems, Michigan's largest city…
Angelo Henderson: Advocate for Detroit
When I remember my friend and journalistic colleague, Rev. Angelo B. Henderson, my thoughts race back in American history. Nearly 200…
Kevyn Orr: Newsmaker, EM & Cochran-like!
Detroit Emergency Manager Kevyn Orr, who is he? He's been the topic of countless news stories about Detroit's Chapter 9 bankruptcy but…
Snyder's S.B. XLVIII Ad: 4 more years???
He's back...and he wants four more years in Lansing's "Big House" - the State Capitol. The University of Michigan's favorite son,…
BLOG: Chuck Stokes' trip to S. Africa
December 5, 1955 – Rosa Parks sparks the historic Montgomery Bus Boycott by refusing to not give up her seat for a white person on a city…