For the Reids, the city of Detroit remains a good place to raise a family, despite being one of the cities hardest hit by the recession.
Experts call Detroit a food desert as half the population struggles to find healthy groceries.
Christopher Ilitch explains why he thinks Detroit will be the biggest urban turnaround in U.S. history.
Christopher Ilitch, owner of the Detroit Tigers and Red Wings, discusses what sports mean to the city of Detroit.
The largest lithium ion automotive battery production facility in North America, owned by A123 Systems, opens in Livonia, Michigan.
Five female chemical and mechanical engineers at Ford are designing the cars of the future with renewable materials.
One teen steps in to revitalize Detroit by helping to dig up and plant plants in abandoned lots.
Detroit National Teach-In empowers both the young and old by teaching them financial and business fundamentals.
To help clean up Detroit, Mayor David Bing has a plan to tear down abandoned homes and ask those living nearby to move.
Entrepreneurs say they get the most out of their investments in the Motor City.
Detroit small business owners say their employees want to make a difference and are there for the long haul.
Detroit small business owners talk about the benefits of being a tech start-up in Detroit vs. in Silicon Valley.
Detroit business owners believe they help the city's and the state's success by being successful themselves.
With unclaimed deceased piling up at the morgue, personal donations help put them to rest.
In Detroit, business owners in Greek Town sound off on the economy and how they are getting by.
A couple who moved to New York to find work were glad to have left, but yearn to return when their hometown recovers.
Motor City offers entrepreneurs inexpensive real estate and skilled labor but access to capital is a challenge.
Detroit fashion designer William Malcolm runs a mentorship program that prepares young men for success in business.
Great deals for real estate investors are available in Detroit, if you know where to look.
Despite school system woes, 90% of kids who attend Wayne State University's free math camp graduate from high school.
Organizers of the Fashion in Detroit show hope to attract garment manufacturers to Motor City.
Real estate professionals discuss the future of Detroit and what it means for the housing market.
Deputy Education Secretary Tony Miller says comprehensive reform of the Motor City?s public schools is needed.
'God's reasoning I don't have a job' says as an attendee at the National Baptist Convention in Detroit.
Personal struggles and inadequate funding mean many are forced to leave their loved ones unclaimed at the morgue.
The filmmaker questions economic recovery for Detroit, but proposes ideas to help the Motor City.
Mayor Dave Bing says the city needs to cut red tape to encourage entrepreneurial growth, create jobs.
Swaths of Detroit have been left for dead. Mayor Dave Bing discusses what can be done with the land.
Despite hard times, the Telway Diner continues to prosper with low prices and quality service.
People of the embattled city sound off on the good and the bad when they answer one question: Why I love Detroit?
The people of Detroit share candid responses to one question: How do you survive in Detroit?
The rock star opens up about his hometown, its corrupt politicians, and relationship with the auto industry.
Entrepreneur prospers in 'confusing' surroundings: lattes on one corner, crack on the other.
General Motors CEO Fritz Henderson discusses the current state of the company and its bankruptcy.
Despite the downturn, Detroit's 'Canine to Five' shows customers still spending on pets.
Urban farms are popping up across sprawling Detroit and some kids are eating healthier as a result.
General Motors' chief Fritz Henderson discusses the new strategy for the embattled automaker.
A California real estate investor is swooping up hundreds of homes in Detroit betting the city will rebound.
Hollywood puts Michigan citizens back to work while taking advantage of the state's 42% tax break.
Governor Jennifer Granholm grades media coverage of Detroit and says automakers are the largest roadblock to recovery.
Governor Jennifer Granholm discusses how she'll fix Detroit's school system and eradicate its culture of corruption.
Gov. Jennifer Granholm of Michigan responds to citizens' love-hate relationship with Detroit.
As his home town continues to struggle, the rock-star says Detroit needs an angel.
A lifelong Detroit resident says she wants to see her hometown return to what it once was.
Emergency Financial Manager Robert Bobb explains how the ailing school system is battling a $259 million deficit.
Three generations of Ford autoworkers continue to bet their livelihood on the future of the car company.