Author archive for Michigan Radio

  • Campaign to hike minimum wage to $12 turns in petitions

    “We talk about how our cities are suffering, our communities are suffering,”

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  • Take a tour of MorningSide 48224 with Detroit Public TV

    Take a tour of the MorningSide Neighborhood in Detroit.

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  • Michigan voters will decide whether to legalize recreational marijuana

    Michigan would be the first Midwestern state to pass recreational marijuana laws.

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  • Appeals court hears arguments in Iraqi deportation case

    The appeals court decision could affect some 1400 Iraqis with removal orders.

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  • Republicans eye getting in front of marijuana legalization

    A petition campaign to legalize marijuana in Michigan has cleared a bunch of hurdles.

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  • Detroit automakers have a friend in Trump, right?

    President Donald Trump’s relationship with Detroit’s auto industry is complicated.

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  • Ford’s Corktown play could be huge for Detroit’s oldest neighborhood

    This could be huge, folks. And if Bill Ford gets his way, it will be.

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  • Detroit adds police officers “from near and far”

    Of the 23 officers in this most recent class, four are African-American and one is Hispanic. Detroit is around 80%…

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  • Detroit campground reopens after ten year closure

    Scout Hollow will be the only campground available in the City of Detroit.

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  • Detroit Medical Center service workers seek new contract, decry “penny-pinching”

    Detroit Medical Center is still trying to reach a new contract with some unionized workers…

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