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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
Here's everything you need to know about Oberon Day 2018

Bell's Oberon is one of those things Detroiters are irrationally obsessed with . Perhaps that's because the slightly hoppy, slightly citrusy brew is only available for a limited run each year, or maybe it's because that run coincides so perfectly with the start of spring, Opening Day, and warmer weather.

Man speeding crashes into street sweeper

At 3 a.m. Friday, a 26-year-old man from Detroit was detained after a crash occurred on I-96 near Wyoming Avenue.

48 Hours: Best things to do

Saturday p.m. Check out comedian Mike Epps when he brings his "Platinum Comedy Tour" to the Fox Theatre for two performances. The tour also features Don DC Currry, Rickey Smiley and Tommy Davidson.

March for Our Lives Detroit rally expected to attract thousands

A group of students organizing a "March for Our Lives" rally on Saturday in Detroit to advocate for gun control hopes to gather as many as 10,000 attendees. Rallies are also planned Ann Arbor, Grand Rapids and cities around the country, including a central protest organized by survivors of the Parkland, Florida shooting in Washington, D.C. "We've lived under the constant threat of gun violence, in our schools and our communities, for too long," said Tamera Middlberooks, senior at Cass Technical High School, in a news release.

Antiques Roadshow is coming to metro Detroit this summer

Dust off your fine china and ancient heirlooms folks, because your grandma's favorite TV show is coming to town this summer. Rochester's historic Tudor-style Meadow Brook Hall was chosen as one of five stops for PBS's Antiques Roadshow 's 2018 summer tour.

Detroit's Most Wanted: Harold 'Butch' Knight

A three-year-old murder mystery out of the west side of the state has investigators looking for clues right here in Metro Detroit. Police say Harold Knight, known as Butch strangled his wife, then called them from Ann Arbor to say where they could find the body.

The Morrie owner plans more restaurants across southeast Michigan

Royal Oak's The Morrie - a live music venue and restaurant that bills itself as serving "eclectic neighborhood roadhouse cuisine" - is considering a major expansion. Crain's reports owner Aaron Belen is planning up to five new locations, including one in Birmingham that he expects to open before the year's end.

Man arrested for driving with suspended license

A 42-year-old man from Detroit was arrested and charged with operating a vehicle under the influence of alcohol and driving with a suspended license. An officer initiated a traffic stop on Westbound Malvern Drive, east of Adams Road on March 17. He spoke with the driver, identified as Andre Maurice Williams, and noted an odor of alcohol coming from inside the car.

Police accused of fraud are 'yet another stain on the badge,' Detroit chief says

Detroit Police Chief James Craig, with Wayne State University Police Chief Anthony Holt on the left and Deputy Chief David LeValley on the right, speaks about school threats in Detroit on March 22, 2018. Detroit police Chief James Craig called the recent indictment of seven current and former police officers, including one member of the Detroit Police Department, "yet another stain on the badge."

Local agencies conduct active shooter training

More than three dozen law enforcement agencies from across metro Detroit teamed up on Thursday morning to conduct active shooter training. More than 2,500 officers go through a course by OakTac that takes them through several scenarios, and so far, they say it's successful.

Lyft offers free rides to Detroit March for our Lives protest

Fifty protests around the U.S. are planned for Saturday, March 24 as part of a national network called March for our Lives. The demonstrations are a direct response to the Parkland, Fla.

Detroit rapper Sam Austins drops 'Fenty' music video, still no love from Rihanna

A lot has happened for the 21-year-old Motown heir Namely, a billboard of the glitter-clad rapper at the corner of Michigan Avenue and Trumbull, a flurry of unsolicited clips of fans performing covers , and now, a video. Directed by Kurt Schneider, "Fenty" finds Austins drenched appropriately in hues of electric pink, wild lilac, and periwinkle blue while chilling with a bevy of Fenty-wearing femme fatales.

Michigan State Fairgrounds deal leaves Detroit picking up developer's tab

The City of Detroit is to buy the bulk of the old state fairgrounds at a rate of $49,300 per acre, while Magic Plus, LLC is to pay $29,500 per acre for its portion. As the region buzzes with excitement over the prospect that the long idling Michigan State Fairgrounds site will soon be returned to productive use, some Detroit residents are charging that the deal leaves city taxpayers footing the bill for a developer that failed to fulfill its promises.

This Detroit parking garage could double as a classic car show

Aside from the question of why someone would take a picture of a parking garage in 1958, judging solely on the cars displayed, this photograph perfectly captures the way cars that are now classics were treated in their time -- like normal, daily-driven cars. Taken in the Grand Circus parking garage in Detroit, it looks like there's a 1957 Cadillac parked next to a 1956 Oldsmobile in the back row.

Editorial: A salute to 2018 Detroit UL Warriors 4 hours ago

The annual Detroit Urban League Awards Dinner was an important celebration of courage, commitment, and breaking barriers! Channel 7 salutes Bob Berg, Elliott Hall, Ron Hall, Sr., Joyce Hayes Giles and Walter Watkins as this year's Distinguished Warriors. Berg managed communications for two of Michigan's longest-serving leaders, former Michigan Governor Bill Milliken and former Detroit Mayor Coleman Young.

Marche du Nain Rouge returns this weekend as folkloric demon taunts Detroit

The Marche du Nain Rouge returns to Detroit this weekend, with two dozen local businesses hosting events leading up to the unique parade. The annual march gathers costumed Detroiters and elaborate floats in the Cass Corridor area to chase away the Nain Rouge, French for "red dwarf," the city's folkloric harbinger of doom.

Southbound I-75 reopens at I-94

MDOT says southbound I-75 is closed at I-94 in Detroit for emergency bridge repairs following an accident involving a truck on Tuesday afternoon. VIEW LIVE TRAFFIC MAP According to MDOT, the closure is expected to happen around 7 a.m. will last through the afternoon.

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