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  • Sep 02

    Class is Now In Session - WDET's Raw Feed

    For many September 2nd marks the first day of the 2014-2015 school year. We want you to share your pictures with us on Facebook and Instagram.

  • Sep 02

    Leaving Home: Detroit's Displaced Seniors - Detroit Today

    The displacement of seniors has grown significantly in the last two years as renewed interest in Detroit has accelerated. With that, we continue our examination of the challenges faced by Detroit's aging population.

  • Sep 02

    Flood Garbage Overwhelms Trash Collectors - Detroit Today

    Guest host Darrell Dawsey and WDET's Laura Weber-Davis speak with Crain's Detroit Business reporter Amy Haimerl about the issues raised after the flood that overwhelmed local landfills and other trash facilities.

  • Sep 01

    Detroit Gears Up For Bankruptcy Trial

    by: Quinn Klinefelter

    Detroit is gearing up for a trial this week over its plan to emerge from the nation’s largest-ever municipal bankruptcy. But questions remain about just what a post-bankrupt Detroit will look like and whether the city has done enough to pay back those who helped it until now…

  • Sep 01

    Slow Roll Bikers Create Moving Detroit Community

    by: Quinn Klinefelter

    (photo by Dawn Uhl-Zifilippo) A group based in Detroit is gaining new acclaim for putting thousands of people on two wheels. It’s called Slow Roll – a flock of bicyclists who cruise through various parts of the city in a parade that often stretches for miles.

  • Sep 01

    Greater Expectations: A Look At Common Core - Detroit Today

    An hour-long education special from American Radioworks. Just in time for back-to-school, we’ll take a look at the challenges of Common Core, and hear both sides of the argument from activists, politicians and teachers.

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