Author archive for WDET

  • Former Juvenile Lifer From Detroit Discusses the Horrors of 43 Years in Prison

    Young people are prey in prison, says David Wilson. “When you go in as young as you are, they treat…

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  • BBC Series To Explore Detroit Through Its Literary Scene

    “Who better to…untangle what’s going on in the city now than the people who live here and write here?”

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  • Warren Evans Advocates for Transit: “It’s My Obligation as a Leader” [TRANSCRIPT]

    This will never be a consensus issue. Some people will vote for it and some people will vote against it.

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  • Former Marygrove Undergraduates Find Paths to Graduation at Other Universities

    But then she went on Facebook and saw her classmates freaking out.

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  • You Are Guaranteed The Right to Public Records — But How Easy Is It Actually to Get Them?

    …how well local governments in southeast Michigan are presenting information about the Freedom of Information Act

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  • Buckle Up: 2018 Shaping Up To Be Huge Year for Michigan Politics

    he entire state House and most of the state Senate will be on ballots across the state.

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  • Michigan Governor Sets Special Elections to Replace Conyers

    Michigan to hold special elections on days already set for 2018 primary, general voting to fill seat vacated by Conyers.

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  • “People Were Scared of Him…He Owns You” Former Conyers Aide, Accuser Tells Detroit Today

    “It’s ownership. He owns you when you’re there.”

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  • You Might Not Have to Pay Your Property Taxes

    “…65,000 houses that are at some point behind in their property taxes,”

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  • Throwback Thursday: Why Don’t We Talk Much Anymore About Urban Farming?

    Detroit Today kicks off this series of conversations talking about urban farming.

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