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Located north of Windsor, Ontario, Detroit is the only major U.S. city that looks south to Canada. In the 1940s, blues artist John Lee Hooker became a long-term resident. Hooker, among other important blues musicians, migrated from his home in Mississippi bringing the Delta Blues to northern cities like Detroit. Berry Gordy, Jr. founded Motown Records which rose to prominence during the 1960s and early 1970s.

Population: 912062
Local Newspapers: Detroit Free Press
Local Sports Teams: Detroit Lions (NFL) Detroit Pistons (NBA) Detroit Red Wings (NHL) Detroit Tigers (MLB)
Local Colleges: Wayne State University University of Detroit Mercy

Zip Codes associated with detroit, michigan: 48201 48202 48203 48204 48205 48206 48207 48208 48209 48210 48211 48212 48213 48214 48215 48216 48217 48218 48219 48220 48221 48223 48224 48225 48226 48227 48228 48229 48230 48234 48235 48236 48237 48238 48239 48240
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Detroit News
Aaron Foley leaves post as BLAC editor to work for mayor's office

Beloved BLAC editor, How to Live in Detroit without Being a Jackass author, and avid complainer Aaron Foley announced yesterday he would be leaving his position in a Facebook post yesterday. The gentry were shocked and saddened , but Foley left no clue of what his next venture would be, saying "I'm not sure exactly where my journey will take me next, but this ride ain't stopping yet."

Metro Detroit teen dies after being shot in head

A Pontiac 14-year-old who was shot in the head by his friend last weekend has died, according to his father's Facebook page and according to the Wayne County Medical Examiner. Solomon Bonner was at his home last Saturday night with three other friends when the shooting had occurred.

Man who fired at police, refused to leave van now facing 20 felony counts

A man was charged Friday with six counts of felonious assault and other crimes for allegedly firing at police after a court officer served him with an eviction notice and tried to tow his van. Lawrence Turvill, 68, of Detroit left the van Tuesday armed with a rifle, fired in the direction of a police officer and the officer returned fire, injuring Turvill, according to a statement from Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy's office.

Fish Fry for lent at Saint Francis D'Assisi

Saint Francis D'Assisi in Detroit has been cooking up their fish fry for decades and it's popular thanks to a secret ingredient.

PBS Ceo Paula Kerger to speak in Detroit today about Trump's proposed budget cuts

Following President Donald Trump's proposed funding cuts to the Corporation of Public Broadcasting, PBS CEO Paula Kerger will speak at the Detroit Economic Club today in support of public media. The event will be streamed live online by Detroit Public Television.

Man accused in officer shootings due in court

The man accused of shooting and injuring two Detroit police officers is due in the 36th District Court this morning for a probable cause hearing. The Wayne County prosecutor says Durham was stopped by police officers in a marked car on Ash Street near Tillman.

Detroiters Is the Funniest Show on TV Right Now

On Monday, it was announced that Detroiters has been renewed for a second season. This is fantastic news, because the series, not yet through its terrific first season on Comedy Central, deserves to have many, many more eyes on it.

Facial injuries are common in US nursing home residents

More than 20,000 people living in U.S. nursing homes experienced serious injuries to the face last year, mainly from falling and hitting hard surfaces or while getting in and out of bed, a recent study suggests. With the population aging and about 1.4 million Americans already in nursing homes, programs focused on fall prevention should concentrate more on averting these injuries that can cause considerable pain and disability, the research team writes in Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery.

Lawyer: Man charged in Detroit cop shootings is 'delusional'

A lawyer is raising questions about the mental health of a man charged with shooting two Detroit police officers and suspected of killing a college officer. A judge on Friday granted a request to have Raymond Durham evaluated to determine if he understands the attempted murder charges and can assist his attorney.

Folkloric demon the Nain Rouge antagonizes Detroit ahead of parade

The 8th annual Marche du Nain Rouge returns this weekend, and the mythical demon that drives the parade has been taunting Detroiters for weeks, starting his annual season of torment by taking credit for the wind storm that knocked out power to more than a million across the state. The Marche du Nain Rouge gathers costumed Detroiters in the Cass Corridor every year to drive away the Nain Rouge, French for "red dwarf."

These metro Detroit bars will have fresh Oberon on Monday

Doing my undergrad in Kalamazoo at WMU automatically turned me into an Oberon aficionado. The beer is practically sacred in town and Oberon Day is Kalamazoo's equivalent of Christmas Day.

Woman to be sentenced for her role in Detroit firefighter's 2015 murder

Nicole O'Neill, 33, will be the third person sentenced for Dave Madrigal's murder. She pleaded guilty to second degree murder earlier this year and will be sentenced before Judge Paul Cusick at 9 a.m. Friday.

The couple behind Detroit's Brother Nature Produce profiled in new book

It's not often we flip through the books publishers send our way and find a person we already know. And yet that's what happened this winter.

Have you seen them? 2 children missing out of the Detroit area

Police in Detroit are asking for your help this morning finding two young children who have not been seen since Tuesday. The father of 3-year-old Zamar Cox and 1-year-old Maria Cox says he dropped the children off Tuesday in the 900 block of Whitmore at 5 p.m. but police say the mother tells them the children were never brought home.

Family: Passenger in fatal crash is also victim

The family of the passenger involved in a deadly high speed crash Monday is claiming their daughter is also an innocent victim. She was in the car that had been speeding away from officers Monday afternoon near Woodward and State Fair in Detroit.

Metro Detroit man who confessed to embezzling...

A man who embezzled nearly $19 million from a suburban Detroit credit union has been sentenced to 11 years in prison. Federal Judge Gershwin Drain followed the recommendation of prosecutors Thursday.

Restoring Detroit - one house at a time

PBS's long-running home improvement show will feature two Detroit projects on the next portion of its current season. Episodes being airing April 3. Restoring Detroit - one house at a time PBS's long-running home improvement show will feature two Detroit projects on the next portion of its current season.

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