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Residents applaud Detroit One, program to tackle crime in neighborhoods

Last month, Mayor Bing, U.S. Attorney Barbara McQuade and other law enforcement and community leaders announced a collaborative initiative among law enforcement agencies, residents and community leaders to reduce violent crimes in the city. The program is called Detroit One.

The overall goal is to reduce gun-related violent crimes by 25 percent

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  • Written by The Michigan Chronicle
  • Category: Detroit

Did the Detroit city council meet illegally?

Is the Detroit city council meeting illegally?

Attorney and Community Activist Robert Davis claims they are. He's also filed a lawsuit in response to the emergency manager law in Detroit.

According to Davis, without the permission of EFM Kevyn Orr the city council cannot meet. He suggests that Orr must make written

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  • Written by The Michigan Chronicle
  • Category: Detroit

Shonda Rhimes: When your hot, you're hot

It happens every now then. A television show so hot that fans wait with bated breath for it to air each week. The next day it is a major topic of discussion in offices, in beauty salons, on the Internet, etc. And, of course, the show’s ratings are in the stratosphere.

Such is the case with “Scandal,” the political thriller series that made its deb

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  • Written by The Michigan Chronicle
  • Category: Detroit

Snoop debuts his new Reggae sound with No Guns Allowed

No longer Snoop D-O-Double G, Snoop Lion is gearing up to release his twelfth studio album in May entitled “Reincarnated”. In case you missed it, after a “pilgrimage” to Jamaica, Snoop found spiritual enlightenment, converted to Rastafarianism and changed his name to Snoop Lion. His new, reggae sound is all about peace and love, not s

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  • Written by The Michigan Chronicle
  • Category: Detroit