Justice

  • Detroit police improve response times. But not all neighborhoods are equal.

    Detroit police are responding to emergency calls far faster than a few years ago.

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  • Michigan employers brace for challenges with end of DACA

    The full ramifications of the White House decision to phase out the DACA program within six months aren’t yet…

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  • Fighting for DACA in Southwest Detroit

    “It’ll affect Southwest and me because that’s our family,” said Alvarez, “That’s our community and without a community there’s…

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  • Compensation for Wrongfully Convicted Shows Lawmaking is Just the First Step

    MPRN’s Cheyna Roth and WDET’s Jake Neher talk about the messy business of implementing and testing new laws.

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  • An orange jumpsuit ahead for Ann Arbor detainee? “They will behead him in front of everyone,” his sister says

    “My sister and I, we both served this country”, she said. “This is how they repay us?”

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  • Oh, the water. Is it back on yet?

    A recent study here in Detroit linked greater health issues for those who’ve had their water shut off.

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  • The film DETROIT premieres nationwide tomorrow

    On July 24, at the Charles H. Wright Museum, crowds gathered to catch a sneak peek ofDetroit.

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  • Detained in Youngstown

    In June, Immigration and Customs Enforcement picked up over a hundred Chaldeans in metro Detroit with the intent of…

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  • He became famous defending ‘Algiers Motel’ cops. Deal with it.

    The case exposed racial wounds that perhaps still haven’t healed.

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  • Crime in Detroit neighborhoods: Expanding the Green Light initiative

    The Detroit Police Department started promoting its Green Light initiative in January of 2016. It began as a response…

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