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Charles Pugh, a popular Detroit politician, might be stripped of his salary and faces claims of an inappropriate relationship with a teenage student.
A consultant has recommended steep cuts for Detroit's City Council and calls for it to become a part-time body.
The Detroit Water and Sewerage Department is shutting off water to more than 150,000 people.
While many sectors of Detroit’s economy are ailing, the city’s casinos are still contributing significantly to the tax base.
The city of Detroit will receive a $300 million aid package.
Detroit's emergency financial manager is considering stopping health care coverage for early retirees.
Detroit officials disapprove of the idea of an emergency financial manager being appointed by Michigan's governor.
A longtime strain between officials in Detroit and those in the state capital in Lansing is more tense after the appointment of an emergency manager.
A new Whole Foods opened in economically-depressed Detroit, raising hopes of more development to come.
The naming of Kevyn Orr as the Detroit emergency financial manager is widely viewed as an anti-democratic move by Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder.