Detroit is a proper noun. Detroit is (1) the largest city in Michigan and a major Great Lakes port; center of the United States automobile industry; located in southeastern Michigan on the Detroit river across from Windsor.
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Published by the editors of The Detroit News, this online portal features editorial and advertising content that is intended for a Detroit, Michigan audience. Sections include News, Sports, Business + Autos, Entertainment + Lifestyle, Opinion, Photos, and Video.
Regional Detroit products and services directory with city demographic information, Wayne County locator map, and interactive Detroit maps.
Published by the editors of the Detroit Free Press, this online portal features editorial and advertising content that is intended for a Detroit, Michigan audience. Sections include News, Sports, Michigan Business, Entertainment, Life, Better Michigan, and Obits.
Description and photograph of Detroit, Michigan. The photo shows the City of Detroit skyline, with the Detroit River in the foreground and a colorful sunset in the background.
The Detroit Metro Convention & Visitors Bureau (DMCVB) is an organization that promotes metro Detroit regionally, nationally and internationally as a convention, business meeting and tourism destination.
GM was founded in 1908 and has been a major automaker since then. Global headquarters for GM is Detroit and there are 284,000 employees worldwide. Some of their brands are: Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, GMC, Hummer, and more. The website describes all the makes and models and provides links so users can find out how to purchase cars. Also news for investors, information about used cars, and more.
The Catholic Archdiocese of Detroit says it regrets that a priest officiating at a teen's funeral questioned whether he would get to heaven after killing himself.
Fox News. Saturday, 15 Dec 2018 01:41:57 GMT.
Prabhu Ramamoorthy cried after the sentencing in Detroit on Thursday. His lawyers had called for leniency from the judge arguing, "He will suffer long after this sentence is done."
Vanessa Romo. NPR. Thursday, 13 Dec 2018 20:36:39 -0500.