Stories tagged: "detroit"


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How Republicans and Democrats Are Working Together to Save Endangered Species in Michigan

A vast majority of people are on board with a resolution to protect "our greatest assets," the state’s wildlife.

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Find Your Next Winter Outing With These 8 Michigan Day Trips

Ever wanted to learn winter rafting, ice skating, or curling? Try a new winter activity with these day trips.

The then-Chief of Detroit Police James Craig speaks with the press about the protests taking place in Detroit, Michigan, June 3,2020 - The Chief of Detroit Police James Craig later ended the curfew after protesters called for an end to the curfew.
Report Shows Craig Campaign May Have Used Taxpayer Money Illegally

James Craig’s campaign has focused heavily on reducing crime, but new reports show he may already have illegally used taxpayer funds.

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Orphan Polar and Grizzly Cub Friendship at a Michigan Zoo Will Melt Your Heart

Meet Laerke and Jebbie, the polar and grizzly cubs who are forming an unlikely friendship in Michigan.

DETROIT, MI - JUNE 27: Many cars were abandoned at this I-96 overpass of Pacific Ave. causing the freeway to become impassible where the water was over 2 feet deep due to the torrential rains of the previous day during the day on I-96 freeway in Northwest Detroit on Saturday June 26, 2021 in Detroit, MI.
Here’s How Science and Infrastructure Projects Can Help Highways Recover Faster from Flooding

With floodwaters still draining off I-94, how long the highway will be closed isn't known. But there are ways to recover from future floods faster.

Red pushpin pointing to Detroit city in more than fifty years old map
Michigan Lost an Electoral Vote. It Could Lose More than That if GOP Plans Pass.

If Republicans want to make every vote truly equal, it's time for them to support the end of the Electoral College.

A destroyed street in Detroit, Michigan, USA, 12 January 2014. Detroit, the cradle of America_s automobile industry and once the nation_s fourth-most-populous city, filed for bankruptcy in summer 2013. Since then, the city leaders strive to keep the public life alive and at the same time reduce debt. The North American International Auto Show (NAIAS) is held in Detroit from 13  to 26 January. Photo: ULI DECK/dpa | usage worldwide
7,000 Miles of Michigan Highway Could Get Repaired Thanks to Biden’s Infrastructure Plan

Fixing the “damn roads” started as a local effort from Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, but now has the backing of the president. That means cash dollars towards long term road repairs.