• Riding Along with a Detroit Citizens Radio Patrol Team

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  • Struggling neighborhoods watch as Detroit invests in better neighborhoods first

    Many Detroit neighborhoods need help. A lot of blocks are little more than a couple of occupied homes, a…

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  • Detroit Today…Tonight: How’s Detroit Doing with Education? [VIDEO, COMMUNITY MEETING]

    Detroit Superintendent Alycia Meriweather and Michigan Senate Education Chair Phil Pavlov was in studio with a live audience of…

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  • The Sanctuary Network

    At least eight Michigan houses of worship announced plans to form a “sanctuary network” on Tuesday. The congregations say…

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  • Tale of two cities: Despite rebound, study says Detroit short 100,000 jobs

    The conventional wisdom has been that Detroit is recovering, but there’s a major flaw in that assessment. If anything,…

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  • The ravaging of Detroit neighborhoods by tax foreclosures

    Downtown Detroit is in a revival, but neighborhoods across the city are still declining. One of the reasons is…

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  • Black in Blue

    How the riots shaped the lives and careers of two black Detroit officers.

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  • Tale Of Two Cities

    Despite rebound, study says Detroit short 100,000 jobs.

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  • How Trump can help Detroit

    The new president has been criticized by African-American and urban leaders for his broad-stroke, apocalyptic view of inner-city neighborhoods…

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  • Activists and youth from several community groups gathered Feb. 20 at Osborn High in Detroit to protest the state's plan to close up to 38 low-performing schools, 25 of which are in Detroit.

    Michigan shuts down bad schools. Leading states build them up.

    Michigan’s law that calls for the annual closure of the state’s worst schools is unique in the nation.

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