Detroit

Entertainment
The NFL player wiped away tears during the national anthem while Marlo Jones was honored in a moment of silence.
U.S. News
The author used quotes by the parents in his new book, allegedly taking them out of context and making them appear complicit in the sexual abuse.
Politics
The Massachusetts senator toured an area visited three times by former fellow presidential candidate Jay Inslee, whose climate policy she has adopted.
Weird News
Police say a hacker may have been responsible for the explicit sex scenes shown to drivers on Saturday night.
Black Voices
We Run 313, a newly formed running club based in Michigan’s largest city, is growing quickly.
Politics
The Motor City is tired of its association with the combustion engine, and wants to be the epicenter of a new green industrial policy.
Politics
The endorsement comes as Detroit prepares to host the NAACP national convention this week and the second Democratic presidential debates next week.
Politics
Sen. Elizabeth Warren, Sen. Bernie Sanders and Mayor Pete Buttigieg will be among the candidates facing off on the first night of the debate.
U.S. News
Tyler Frye, 21, crashed a pickup truck into the back of the carriage on Friday, Michigan police said.
Crime
A "violent predator" appears to be targeting sex workers, police Chief James Craig said.
U.S. News
Keith served more than 50 years in the federal courts.
Weird News
A long-standing permission by the Archdiocese of Detroit allows local Catholics to eat muskrat — a furry, marsh-dwelling rodent native to the area — “on days of abstinence, including Fridays of Lent.”
Black Voices
The girl was shot in the head while she slept on a couch during a 2010 police raid.
Black Voices
The Snapchat video posted by Officer Gary Steele included a sticker that read, “Celebrating Black History Month.”
Crime
Johnny Thomas, a 20-year police veteran, had once run the internal affairs department.
Queer Voices
The Detroit Pistons' small forward says he feels "blessed" to be a queer ally in professional sports.
Videos
Former first lady Michelle Obama and actor Keegan-Michael Key spoke to college students in Detroit, Michigan, about their future.
Impact
"I wanted people to know I’m not just a squatter. I’m trying to make this a home," said one mother.
Comedy
“Dozens, maybe millions of illegal immigrants” are “headed straight for you and your grandchildren.”
Crime
It comes a week after the badly decomposed bodies of 11 babies were found hidden in a false ceiling at a different funeral home in the city.