Noah Ovshinsky

Reporter for WDET in Detroit, Michigan

Noah Ovshinsky appears in the following:

Kwame Kilpatrick Goes to Jail

Wednesday, May 26, 2010

The former Detroit mayor was sentenced yesterday to five years in prison for violating the terms of his probation. Kilpatrick only paid the city a portion of what he owed and then failed to report all of his assets during numerous court hearings. Yesterday Judge David Groner told Kilpatrick he hadn't learned anything during his probation, saying, "most compelling is that you lied to this court, continued to lie after pleading guilty to lying to the court." Noah Ovshinsky, reporter for WDET in Detroit, details the latest.


Detroit Schools Shutting Doors

Wednesday, March 17, 2010

In an ambitious five year rehabilitation program, the Detroit Public Schools' emergency financial officer announced that he will close 45 public schools throughout the city. The closures come at a time when the student population is shrinking drastically and the system's deficit is getting worse.


Detroit, Meet the 'New GM'

Thursday, July 09, 2009

In June, President Obama promised the nation a "New GM" as part of his administration's restructuring of the auto industry in the wake of its financial collapse. Now General Motors is...


Motown's Mayor: Detroit Elects David Bing

Wednesday, May 06, 2009

Detroit voters went to the polls yesterday to elect an interim mayor to finish out disgraced, ousted, and convicted Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick's term. The winner? David Bing -- former st...

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Detroit heads to the polls

Tuesday, May 05, 2009

The news is filled with stories of the economic beating Detroit, Michigan has taken lately, but the politics there aren't doing too well either. Today voters in Detroit will elect a n...