120 results for New Michigan Media

  • 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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  • Today’s legislators don’t seem to care

    You could argue that the old-time politicians didn’t always understand what the people wanted…

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  • ‘Possible, but daunting’: Inside Nikolai Vitti’s early effort to transform Detroit’s battered public schools

    “That would be like — ‘Here — write a front page story about how inefficient this district is.’ Are you…

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  • CuriosiD: What is the History of Detroit’s Times Square?

    “There used to be a Times Square in Detroit. I know there’s still a People Mover stop, and I know…

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  • What ‘aging in place’ means in Detroit

    “When we came in everything was beautiful but it’s a terrible neighborhood,”

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  • Duggan’s first term steadied the ship. Where will he steer Detroit if re-elected?

    What I learned in an extended conversation with Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan last week might surprise you.

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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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  • Botched elections. Missing ballots. Is this any way to run a democracy?

    Michigan’s failed presidential recount last year wasn’t an aberration. It’s part of a pattern that has some concerned about the…

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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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  • Detroit court gets tough on traffic tickets. County taxpayers get stuck with tab

    A get-tough approach is sending scofflaws to jail for unpaid misdemeanor tickets.

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