105.1 The Bounce will play "throwback hip-hop and R&B," zeroing in on tunes from the 1990s and 2000s.
More than 40 years after becoming GM’s first Black designer, Ed Welburn reflects on a legacy left behind, and a future he helped shape
African Americans are more likely to suffer from mental illness, but less likely to seek help. Why? Cultural stigma, access issues and a misguided “buck up” mentality are big factors getting in the way. But two local therapists are trying to change our thinking and our lives.
We have pills, condoms, education and other measures to prevent HIV or to ensure those infected with it live just as long as someone without the virus. And yet Blacks are still infected with HIV at a much higher rate in Detroit than other populations and we’re less likely to own our status. Here’s a look at why and what needs to change.
25 Years after "Boyz N The Hood," Detroiter Joe Doughrity -- who worked as a production assistant on the classic film fresh out of film school -- refelects on its producion and his own inner-city opus.
WDIV’s morning team talk about their instant rapport, stifling laughs and being a different kind of newscast.
A new initiative looks to boost the Fitzgerald area near Six Mile and Livernois.
“I was born a black man, I’m going to die a black man.”
Watch a video of BLAC's editor getting an HIV test done.
The venue’s official twitter account got a little too political last night
Exercising our political power is the only way we can defeat an oppressive system. It’s educating ourselves on this country’s history and exercising our right to vote.
If throwing a rock and hiding your hands is the new norm for businesses in Detroit, then we've got a lot of work to do.
The video was posted Tuesday night on Twitter, followed by another video of men expressing their disgust for gays.
Wedding expert Keasha Rigby says 'yes' to Detroit.
Author and historian Ken Coleman publishes “Forever Young: The Coleman Reader,” the first book written about the Detroit mayor in more than 20 years.
Other nominees include "Black-ish" co-stars and nods for "Empire," "How to Get Away With Murder" and "Luther."
Bring a chair, a blanket and catch a free performance of The Merchant of Venice
Dancers will storm the Hart Plaza and break out into smooth ballroom steps. At the end of the dance, they’ll discuss the importance of mental health and wellness.