Business to Business in Detroit, MI

The forecast for temperatures to fall below freezing early Tuesday morning with the potential for black ice, and in alignment with the Governor’s Office, Atlanta Public Schools will delay opening s…

Immigrants from majority Black countries might also be left heavily susceptible to tougher regulations if a new immigration proposal is approved.

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Actress T’Keyah Crystal Keymáh, best known for her starring roles on TV’s Emmy Award-winning In Living Color (Fox) That’s So Raven(Disney) andCosby(CBS), is part of an all-star line-up in the new g…

Democrats accuse Republicans of trying once again to weaken unions in Michigan, comparing the bill to the 2012 Right to Work law.

One way to spiff up neighborhood activities is better transportation. New ways are being used to get around. A workshop is taking place for those who want to be part of the action.
The workshop is aimed at community officials, transit agencies, planners, school districts and engineers.

A woman from Iowa began taking pictures of goats in sweaters in Bangladesh and India. The owners thought she was crazy. But her work has made a difference in the lives of the locals, in a good way.

The Consumer Product Safety Commission is warning of possible dangers from Falls Creek infant and toddler hoodies sold at Meijer stores.
The zipper can come loose and pose a choking danger.
Meijer has begun a voluntary recall of the items.
Those who have the product can return it to the nea

A man accused in the hit-and-run death of a Wayne County Sheriffs Department sergeant is scheduled to go on trial today.
47 year old Desmond Robinson has been charged in the death of 55 year old Sgt. Lee Smith.
Smith was hit and killed in mid August while jogging on Hines drive in Westland.

Striking Acero teachers and the charter network's executives still remain far apart on class-sizes and salary increases, leaders said Saturday.

Barely five months have passed since Missourians overwhelmingly voted down a union-busting right-to-work law. But that isn't stopping a Republican legislative effort, once again, to circumvent the will of the