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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's teacher shortage is "priority one"

Vitti started working in the district on Tuesday, and has already planned dozens of meetings with school administrators, parents, teachers, principals, and state lawmakers to build relationships that could lead to policies that help Detroit children. 7 Action News caught up with him after he toured Maybury Elementary School.

Detroit-area serial rapist gets at least 55 years in prison

A serial rapist who pleaded guilty to a string of assaults in the Detroit area has been sentenced to at least 55 years in prison. Ikeie Smith's victims spoke in court Thursday, describing how their lives have been changed since he broke into their homes and attacked them.

'The Pope's Choir' headed to Detroit in historic return to the U.S.

The "Renaissance City" will get a visit from Rome's Sistine Chapel Choir - the Pope's personal choir - during its first tour of the U.S. in more than 30 years. The group, which is known as the oldest choir in the world, will appear at 7 p.m. on Sept.

As Detroit's Population Continues Slump, Livingston Remains On The Rise

While new census numbers indicate Detroit's population continues to decline amid efforts to revitalize the city, the population in outlying areas like Livingston County continues to rise. The population estimates released today by the U.S. Census Bureau say Detroit is the nation's 23rd largest city with a population of 672,795 as of last summer, a loss of more than 3,500 people since 2015.

Detroit's Most Wanted: Ricky Walker

He's a convicted drug dealer who's taking his crimes across state lines then coming back to Detroit to hide out. Ricky Walker is accused of selling drugs for as much as $70 a pill- the kind that lead to harder drugs and deadly addictions.

Ann Marie's All Stars: Gigi's Playhouse

Gigi's Playhouse is the country's only network of Down Syndrome Achievement Centers and now Metro Detroit is about to get this huge resource in our community. While our All Stars celebrate those going above and beyond in schools, Gigi's Playhouse provides resources for students our families can't find in schools.

Detroit student faces possible expulsion

The mother of a Detroit middle school student said her son is facing possible expulsion for trying to help another student who was being choked by a teacher. "My son grabbed the teacher's shirt to try to pull him off of the child," LaSonya Beaver told 7 Action News.

Woman shot in San Diego rampage returns home

A 24-year-old woman from Ann Arbor who was wounded at a pool party in San Diego earlier this month has returned home to metro Detroit. It happened May 2. The suspect, 49-year-old Peter Selis, reportedly was upset about a breakup, called his girlfriend and began shooting at victims randomly.

Proposed ordinance puts Detroit slumlords on notice

City officials would crack down on landlords who don't have their rental properties up to code and reward those who do under a proposed ordinance announced Wednesday by Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan and Councilmember Andre Spivey. "While the city has historically had an ordinance requiring registration of rental properties, it hasn't been enforced in more than decade," Duggan explained at a news conference at the Coleman A. Young Municipal Center, citing a shortage of inspectors in Detroit's Building Safety Engineering Department as the problem.

7 ways shipping containers are being used in unique Detroit building projects

Detroit has seen a lot of building development in recent years, from ground-up construction to historic renovations in commercial and residential projects. At the same time, the city has built a reputation as a place for unique, innovative and funky developments like half-moon-shaped Quonset huts , tiny homes , microlofts and shipping container homes.

Detroit water shutoffs, hepatitis A connection unlikely, doctors say

Demonstrators outside Detroit's Cobo Center protest water being cut off from Detroit residents with overdue bills on July 18, 2014. inference."

Man accused in Detroit fire that killed 5 people found incompetent for trial

The man suspected of starting a fire that killed five people in a Detroit apartment building March 8 won't stand trial, at least for now. Henry K. Johnson, 55, of Detroit, was found incompetent to stand trial at a hearing in Wayne County 36th District Court on May 11. Police and prosecutors believe Johnson started a fire in an eight-unit apartment complex and group home on the 10500 block of Whittier Avenue in east Detroit following an argument with another resident.

Detroit rent comparisons: What $750 can rent you right now

Welcome to this week's installment of Curbed Comparisons, where we explore what you can rent for a certain dollar amount in various Detroit neighborhoods. This week we're looking at rentals within $100 of today's price: $750.

First residents of Detroit tiny homes have been chosen

The first residents of Detroit's largest tiny home project have been selected, but they don't know who they are yet First residents of Detroit tiny homes have been chosen The first residents of Detroit's largest tiny home project have been selected, but they don't know who they are yet Check out this story on detroitnews.com: http://detne.ws/2qWbI3F More than 120 people have applied to live in what could one day be Detroit's largest tiny house community and the first six residents have been selected though they haven't been notified yet, said the head of Cass Community Social Services on Tuesday.

"Pope's Choir" to perform in Detroit

Archbishop Allen Vigneron is scheduled to reveal details of the Sistine Chapel Choir's performance here in the Motor City. Officialy known as the Cappella Musicale Pontificia Sistina, the group is more commonly referred to as the "Pope's Choir."

Metro Detroiters concerned over Trump's budget

President Trump's team has officially released its first full budget proposal. It calls for more spending on defense and border security.

Metro Detroit women use piercing for migraines

"My head would start hurting and then I would start seeing white spots. My vision would get really blurry, then I'd start to throw up."

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