Henry Payne talks about the end of the Dodge Viper.
Ojas Akolkar imports hand-crafted items showcasing her Indian culture in her shop Tribalfare in Detroit's TechTown. She says stepping out of one's comfort zone is a key to success for immigrant business people.
Tim Kuniskis, FCA North America executive, talks about Saturday's Roadkill Nights Powered by Dodge event at the M1 Concourse in Pontiac.
NASCAR drivers Jimmie Johnson and Dale Earnhardt Jr. help GM's Mark Reuss introduce the replacement to the Camaro SS.
Drifter Coffee mobile coffee shop can serve coffee, tea and various drinks wherever the trailer fits.
The family-owned Germack Pistachio Co. wasn't harmed during the 1967 uprising, Stephanie Germack says. It helped that their property was adjacent to the heavily guarded Stroh Brewery Co.
Hot Sam's owner Tony Stovall says some customers in 1967 wouldn't allow homeboys in the neighborhood to loot local stores.
Henry Payne goes 0-60 with the McLaren 570GT.
Keith Weston, Vehicle Integration Supervisor, Ford Motor Company Mustang Program demonstrates how a line lock works in the 2018 Mustang, it allows you to lock the front wheels and spin the back wheels to warm up tires for better traction.
The nonprofit Detroit Hives turns vacant lots into urban bee farms.
- Zero-60 seconds Viper
- Immigrant brings India to Detroit with Tribalfare store
- Roadkill Nights preview: Burning rubber in Pontiac
- Jimmie Johnson drives the Chevrolet 2018 Camaro ZL1 NASCAR Cup race car
- Drifter Coffee mobile coffee shop
- Stephanie Germack: Eastern Market business untouched in 1967
- Loyal customers protected businesses, Hot Sam's owner says
- 0-60 with the McLaren 570GT
- 2018 Mustang burnout feature demonstrated
- Detroit Hives helps guard the city's honeybees