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  • Michigan has 1.6M college dropouts. Debt forgiveness may lure them back.

    Oakland University and Henry Ford College are partnering with Wayne State’s college debt forgiveness program to try to get thousands…

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  • This Detroit master teacher doesn’t mind the tough adjustment to a new curriculum. ‘It just works.’

    Two decades of teaching have taught her a lot — including about how lessons can go wrong.

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  • Flint, MDEQ reach voluntary agreement on city’s water system

    The city of Flint has reached a deal with the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality

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  • These maps show how Michigan Republicans kept power despite blue wave

    Democrats have complained for years that the GOP-designed legislative maps put them at a disadvantage before the first yard sign…

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  • Investment brings jobs. And more jobs makes for stronger neighborhoods.

    Another Detroit neighborhood is about to see a major transformation as Ford plans to invest $783 million in a Corktown…

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  • Wobbly but upright, Obamacare still standing in Michigan

    As year six approaches, the health of the Affordable Care Act in Michigan is  stabilizing, with premiums expected to flatten…

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  • AMERICAN BLACK JOURNAL, NABJ CONVENTION COMES TO DETROIT

    The event features newsmakers in politics, journalism, media, and film.

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  • Detroit offers program to help Detroiters eliminate responsibility fees ahead of schedule

    In Detroit alone, 76,000 residents owe an average of $1,600 in responsibility fees.

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  • A MorningSide View

    Detroit journalist and podcast producer Imani Mixon joined community activist Monique Tate on a drive around their neighborhood.

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  • Getting kids to class may be harder than some lawmakers think. A new study casts doubt on how big a role educators can play.

    ““We can’t keep sticking our heads in the sand and acting like it doesn’t matter.”

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