Ghostly, seaborne twisters are in the forecast into the weekend.
These feeds offer a cleverly curated peek into cities around the world.
Shepard Fairey was commissioned to paint a mural in downtown Detroit. Now the city is prosecuting him for destruction of property.
Muckraker Steve Neavling has uncovered everything from busted rigs to broken hydrants to fragile pipes.
Predictions of a “severe” algae outbreak in 2015 look to be on track.
The site will become the new home for the Red Wings.
The postal route of Wendell Watkins is ground zero for redevelopment, and perhaps displacement.
In many cases, there are benefits to replacing signals with stop signs—starting with saving taxpayers a lot of cash.
The city has a suite of emerging industries, from software development to computer design, that position it for economic growth.
At the Rust Belt Market in Ferndale, the maker movement is remixing Detroit's industrial heritage.
These human-powered jalopies invoke the fantastical vision of Buckminster Fuller.
Here's a grim reminder of the rising number of weather and climate calamities.
Take a trip to a nightmare world full of giant pigeons and animal-headed businessmen.
A wealthy white suburb is building barricades to seal itself off from Detroit, but the divide is about more than physical barriers.
Grosse Pointe Park has put up a massive barn at its city limits—and its not the first structure that blocks a route through the border.
Some run dry. Others pay $30 for plumbers to illegally turn the taps back on.
Auctioning off Detroit's art collection would reduce the city's debt, not its suffering. Residents shouldn't go for it, even as the price climbs.
Allowing the city to gradually reforest itself, rather than occasionally mowing weeds, could reduce pollen counts.