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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

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Detroit News
Michigan circus school trains how to become a performer

She climbs up the fabric with both hands, then dramatically drops into an upside-down flip, suspended in the air. "Oh, my God, I love that drop," she said breathlessly, still in the air.

Woman fatally shot, husband held with no bond

A man accused of fatally shooting his wife in Madison Heights Thursday was ordered to be held with no bond. Madison Heights Police was called to 29328 Tawas on a report of a person shot.

2 men arrested in Ohio for $25K worth of heroin

On April 17, troopers stopped a rented 2016 Chevrolet Cruze with Texas registration for a turn signal violation on the Ohio Turnpike in Ottawa County.

Detroit small businesses going global to push growth

In a photo from Wednesday, April 18, 2018, in Detroit, Richard Willis, supervisor at the Kirlin Co., looks over a recessed lighting box with Andrea Todd. The company is one of seven that are learning the ropes of international sales and global partnerships during the first phase of ExporTech Detroit, part of the Detroit Economic Growth Corp's "Built in Detroit" initiative.

Detroit Small Businesses Going Global to Push Growth

One of the next stages in Detroit's revitalization could involve China, South Korea, the Middle East or even India through a program that helps businesses market their products in foreign markets while creating jobs for city residents. Seven companies are learning the ropes of international sales and global partnerships during the first phase of ExporTech Detroit, part of the Detroit Economic Growth Corp's "Built in Detroit" initiative.

Platoons of veterans on long march back to work

After lost years, an intensive program through Forgotten Harvest puts them on right track - but it may be short-lived Platoons of veterans on long march back to work After lost years, an intensive program through Forgotten Harvest puts them on right track - but it may be short-lived Check out this story on detroitnews.com: https://detne.ws/2F4Kf3i Veteran Melvin Freeman Jr. learns how to operate fork lifts at the Forgotten Harvest Distribution Center in Oak Park last month. Melvin Freeman Jr. is piloting the forklift, and he's pounding the horn as he carries off a practice load of pallets.

VIDEO: Watch The Trailer for Season Two of Comedy Central's DETROITERS

Season two of Detroiters is almost here! The series will premiere with back-to-back half-hour episodes on Thursday, June 21 at 10pm ET/PT and then each Thursday at 10:30pm ET/PT through finale. Detroiters stars real-life best friends and Detroit natives Sam Richardson and Tim Robinson as small-time ad men in the Motor City.

48 Hours: Best things to do in Metro Detroit

Events range from Records Store Day to the ninth Motor City Festival of Bands at the Ford Community & Performing Arts Center 48 Hours: Best things to do in Metro Detroit Events range from Records Store Day to the ninth Motor City Festival of Bands at the Ford Community & Performing Arts Center Check out this story on detroitnews.com: https://detne.ws/2HOnJyN a.m. Be part of Record Store Day in Metro Detroit when record stores nationwide present special programming in celebration of this day. Detroit Threads will have dee jays spinning techno and electronic tunes from 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Also, Found Sound will have local rock bands performing.

LIST: Metro Detroit stores participating in Record Store Day 2018

Featuring deals, limited releases, live music and more; each participating store celebrates in its own way, making sure there's something for everyone. Below is a list of all the stores in the Metro Detroit area that are participating in this year's Record Store Day.

New Detroit Soccer District to open outdoor field in May, indoor court later

After growing up in the city without a nearby soccer facility where he could play his favorite sport, 26-year-old Joseph de Verteuil is planning to transform a dilapidated property into a multi-sport complex. The Detroit-native and Wayne State University business school graduate plans to begin construction Friday for Detroit Soccer District at 5157 Stanton St., and expects the first outdoor phase to be complete in two weeks.

Detroit is about to cut off water for thousands of people

In the next few weeks, Detroit is set to start shutting off water to thousands of residents with unpaid bills. Since the shutoffs began four years ago, tens of thousands of Detroiters have had their water cut off , drawing sharp criticism from local anti-poverty activists as well as the United Nations.

Brome readies its new Detroit location that includes a pedestrian bridge juice bar

Fast casual burger and smoothie restaurant Brome Modern Eatery is putting the final touches on its second location, which is planned for Shelby and West Congress streets in downtown Detroit's Financial District. Chef Zane Makky tells Metro Times that the fast casual restaurant at 607 Shelby St. is targeting a May opening.

Find heaven in Detroit: 5 churches for sale right now

Looking for that special Detroit property for your real estate dreams? How about a church? We rounded up five churches currently for sale to peruse and consider. Loft conversion? Event space? An answer to your adaptive reuse prayers? Or even a place for your congregation? Here's a sampling of what's available right now.

Metro Detroit students planning walkouts Friday

For the second time in two months, metro Detroit students and students across the country will walk out in protest of gun laws in the United States. The walkouts come on the 19th anniversary of the Columbine School Shooting and just over two months after the Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in Parkland, Fla.

Police seeking info on missing Detroit man

Darius Brown, 27, was last seen at 6 p.m. on March 29 on the 5700 block of Manistique St. He was visiting his family, according to a press release from the Detroit Police Department.

That was an earthquake, Detroit

Did you hear a large boom and feel a little shake at about 8:00 Thursday evening? No, it wasn't a large truck going down your street. The United States Geological Survey confirms that a 3.6-magnitude earthquake hit Amherstburg, Ontario, Canada this evening, about 15 miles southeast of Detroit and across the Detroit River from Grosse Ille.

Fugitives arrested in Detroit by ICE

The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement and Removal Operations made arrests in Detroit following a three-day operation that located human rights violators across the country. According to a news release, out of the 33 known or suspected human rights violators arrested, eight individuals are also criminal aliens with conviction for crimes including, but not limited to, battery, weapons offenses, driving while intoxicated, and resisting arrest.

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