• Develop Detroit cultivates affordable housing in the Motor City

    “We develop high quality housing for everyone,” said Sonya Mays, president and founding CEO of Develop Detroit.

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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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  • 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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  • Detroit teachers will finally get paid for their years of experience if agreement holds up with district

    “This is a major step for the district to fully recognize experience,” Superintendent Nikolai Vitti said.

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  • 8 Mile meeting shows hardening lines on regional transit

    Metro Detroit’s divisions over expanding regional transit have only hardened recently.

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  • Design team chosen for West Riverfront Park redevelopment

    New York-based landscape architect firm Michael The Van Valkenburgh Associates (MVVA) has been selected…

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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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  • Two Michigan Attorney General rivals. One day to make their pitch.

    Nessel, the first openly gay person to run for statewide office in Michigan, could claim victory.

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  • These students lost their school to a mold problem. Here’s how they’re doing in their new temporary digs

    -a bright blue banner indicates which door is for the 437 displaced children.

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  • Mike Duggan blasts Abdul El-Sayed for accusing him of ‘poisoning kids’

    him so much I got kicked out of meetings,” El-Sayed said

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