• The Duggan Strategy: Early Successes, Keepable Promises, Controlled Data

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  • Lake Erie’s Harmful Algae Blooms: Even Asian Carp won’t eat it

    The bright green color is caused by microcystin, a potentially lethal toxin.

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  • 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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  • Piecing together care for the growing number of Detroit’s senior citizens

    Detroit might not be ready for the wave of baby boomers who are aging.

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  • Piecing together care for the growing number of Detroit’s senior citizens.

    Detroit might not be ready for the wave of baby boomers who are aging.

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  • Week in review: As ‘count day’ nears, the scramble is on to lure students and teachers

    Next Wednesday is count day — the crucial day when the number of students who show up for class…

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  • DJC Partner, WDET | A Trip Through Detroit’s Poorest Neighborhoods on the Bed & Bread Truck

    The Salvation Army has done a lot to help underserved communities in cities across the country…

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  • Why residents left Detroit. And why some are coming back.

    Bridge Magazine and the Detroit Journalism Cooperative gathered Detroiters past and present to share their choices. A theme…

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  • Detroit Historical Society CEO on ‘Telling Detroit Stories and Why They Matter’

    Reflection on unrest of1967 “was really transformational…” – Bob Bury

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  • Scores of Detroit schools are empty eyesores. Here’s why it’s so hard to bring them back to life.

    “We’d like to be part of a positive story for Detroit…

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