Author archive for Michigan Radio

  • Who is to blame for what happened to Michigan Central Station?

    Michigan Central Station opened in 1913. At 18 stories, it was the tallest train station in the world at the…

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  • Detroit school district, charter schools team up for new education commission, joint bus service

    “We haven’t tried something like this. We’re going to know a whole lot more in six months than we know…

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  • 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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