• Detroit’s ID Program Still Trying to Establish Its Identity

    “We’re trying to build a city where everybody is included, where everybody is valued…”

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  • Detroit’s true unemployment rate

    The economy is booming and the unemployment rates for the nation and Michigan are low.

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  • 2/15/18: Regional Transit Plan / LUCK, INC.

    Watch MiWeek every Thursday at 7:30 p.m. on WTVS – Detroit Public Television. 

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  • Detroit’s Little-Known Role in USA Women’s Gymnastics

    “I became successful because of a high-quality, low-cost gymnastics program.” — Wendy Hilliard

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  • Wayne County joins Welcoming Michigan reaffirms commitment to diversity; recognizes immigrants

    “When you look across all 43 communities, Wayne County is really the face of America and we are very proud…

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  • Will the new Michigan education funding study have a political path toward implementation or take a cruise to nowhere?

    Advocates who hoped that Gov. Rick Snyder would take up the cause in his last year in office now assume…

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  • As mass transit talks slow, will Wayne, Washtenaw counties go it alone?

    The scenario would be a huge blow to advocates who have lobbied for mass transit for 50 years.

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  • Detroit council isn’t a stooge for Mayor Mike Duggan, its president says

    In years past, the nine-member panel was known for its insults and sometimes raucous meetings.

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  • Months after ‘scary’ disruption, Detroit Head Start programs get new management, make room for additional kids

    The alarming news last fall set off a frantic rush to solve an urgent problem.

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  • Pollution and southwest Detroit

    There are over 150 sites in southwest Detroit releasing chemicals and particles which result in air pollution.

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