A typical 2005 Chrysler 300C, fully loaded and in pristine condition, is expected to fetch up to $19,142 on the market, according to Kelley Blue Book, the authority on used-car prices. But what if the vehicle had been leased by …
Sometimes you just have to take a stand against music you don’t like.
The announcement that Nickelback will play at the Lions’ Thanksgiving Day game against the Green Bay Packers did not sit well with some Detroiters. And as …
List-happy Forbes just released its ranking of America’s Most Dangerous cities, and the results are mostly predictable.
Blame it on the warlocks.
The news this week that Detroit’s population plunged more than 25% to just 714,000 in the last decade shouldn’t be surprising.
NewsFeed’s pretty tired of hearing about Charlie Sheen. But apparently, folks in Chicago and Detroit were interested enough to sell out Sheen’s “My Violent Torpedo of Truth/Defeat Is Not an Option” tour within minutes of tickets …
Sometimes you don’t know you want something until someone tells you that you can’t have it.
Most Super Bowl ads Sunday night sold products, places or events, but one ad actually set out to sell a city. And over the span of a lengthy two minutes, it became a rallying point of local pride, all while creating nationwide buzz.
Heavy snow caused the roof of the Metrodome stadium to cave in Sunday morning, and we have the video of the spectacular (or disastrous, depending on your level of football fandom) collapse.
Public schools in Detroit might be many things, but they are not an eBay clearing house for thieves. It’s too bad 10 people, including a football player for Michigan State University allegedly did not get that memo.
Detroit football fans are miffed this morning. We can’t say that we blame them. Thanks to a bizarre referee call yesterday, the Lions had a touchdown yanked away, and lost to the Bears 19-14. But then again, this is nothing new …
Detroit firefighters say downed electrical wires and high winds are responsible for a sudden rash of fires that burned dozens of homes on the city’s east side Tuesday afternoon.