Historian Ken Coleman said Detroit has a lot of Black history.
Given all of the attention around statues, let’s take a look at statues around Detroit -- and the stories behind the people and faces we etch into history.
The central Michigan city of Midland has more than 400 midcentury modern homes and other buildings, making it a mecca for enthusiasts of the architectural style that favo...
May 18, 1927 is etched into the fabric of a small Michigan town.
On April 7, 1947, while one of the worst floods in Dearborn history knocked out power to his estate, automobile pioneer Henry Ford died at the age of 83.
Antoine de la Mothe Cadillac founded Detroit July 24, 1701. Here are some unknown facts about Cadillac.
Four years ago, Hamtramck’s Keyworth Stadium was a shell of what it is today.
Every now and again I stumble across a cool photo -- or in this case a lithograph map -- that captures Michigan history.
In the 1910s and 1920s, organized crime ruled many large cities in the U.S. -- including Detroit.
Two massive fires in the late 1800s caused significant damage in the Thumb -- and around Michigan.
The first tri-color, four-way traffic signal was installed at Woodward Avenue and Fort Street in Detroit in 1920.
During the Prohibition era, Detroit's underground booze business exploded.
Harsens Island has a complicated history - dating back to the 1700s.
Since Detroit was one of the biggest bootlegging capitals during the Prohibition era, it's probably no surprise how many speakeasies popped up around the city.
Dec. 5 marks the anniversary of the end of Prohibition in the United States, otherwise known as "Repeal Day."
Joe Louis Arena isn’t the only major arena in the area being torn down right now -- demolition on The Palace of Auburn Hills started Sunday afternoon.
After Michigan Central Station shuttered in 1988, the building became a gold mine for scrappers and other thieves.
Follow the cobblestone road to one of Detroit's most historic streets and the start of a preservation movement that's still alive today.
The Detroit Pistons were getting blown out by their division rivals, the Indiana Pacers. It was, for all intents and purposes, a meaningless November game in the NBA.
57 years ago, the Ford Rotunda in Dearborn, one of the most popular tourist attractions in the U.S., burned down.
Why does Michigan love playing Euchre?
A look back at the "mighty" history of the Mackinac Bridge.
In the 70s and 80s, there was a popular TV concept floating around the U.S.: Horror movie shows.
It's the tour in the D that's serving up something different because it's all about eating!
The Great Lakes will be rocking as boats race to the finish line at the Bell's Beer Bayview Mackinac Race.
This landmark in the D offers a one-of-a-kind movie experience that you can only find here.
Let's get a look at all the fun events happening around the D this weekend, thanks to our friends, Your Metro Detroit Chevy Dealers.
Explore the gems of Detroit with movie reviewer Greg Russell as he shares interesting facts about the city from a luxurious bus.
The first trailer for "Ford v. Ferrari" has been released.
What once was a bustling area of recreation and family fun along US-12 in Michigan's Irish Hills area shut its doors a decade ago.
Do you know where to go for a night on the town? There's one place that's a trip back to a classic good time in Detroit.
The place where you and the family can feel like you're traveling without leaving the D; take a tour of the city of Troy.
Want to know what led to dinosaurs being extinct? Head to the Cranbrook Institute of Science to find out with real artifacts.
To celebrate International Women's Day, let's take a look through the stories of some of the most impactful women in Michigan history.
Red Wings legend Ted Lindsay died Monday, but his legacy will live on for generations.
Since 1930, Better Made Potato Chips have been a staple of Detroit.
Nearly a century after it first cruised the streets of Detroit, the Detroit Fire Department's first ambulance is again on the road.
Germack, the company celebrating 95 years in Detroit, is also celebrating the special snack they brought to the U.S. this week.
Albert Kahn, known as the "Architect of Detroit," is being honored in two separate events barely a week apart.
It's been 20 years since the iconic Hudson's building in Detroit was demolished.
If you were watching TV in the Detroit area in the 1950s, 60s and 70s, then you may have a fond memory of George Pierrot.
On Sept. 16, 1908, General Motors was founded.
On Sept. 8, 1860, the PS Lady Elgin collided with the schooner Augusta, resulting in the deaths of more than 300 people.
On Sep. 2, 1902, just six years after Henry Ford created his first automobile, the Motor City experienced its first deadly car incident.
Forty three years ago this week, Jimmy Hoffa disappeared from a Bloomfield Hills restaurant.