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John Auchter / Michigan Radio

Auchter's Art: Remembering when Michigan was "great"

I have something of a Wikipedia problem. In idle moments in between tasks, I tend to wander over to the website for a quick nip — the plotline of a half-watched movie here, the defining geographic features of an obscure African country there.

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Sarah Cwiek / Michigan Radio

Immigrant rights activists plan to “occupy” Detroit’s U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement headquarters this week.

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As Michigan’s population ages, the state’s new budget will fund a study looking at better ways to pay for and run long-term care systems.

When it comes to "insure" and "ensure," do you find it necessary to keep them distinct from one another?

For some people, this may not be much of an issue, since "ensure" and "insure" sound so similar. But things get trickier when it comes to writing. 

English Professor Anne Curzan says she runs into this question of distinction all the time when she's editing other people's work.


Jack Lessenberry
Michigan Radio

Former Michigan Radio political analyst Jack Lessenberry has resigned as head of Wayne State University's journalism program in the wake of sexual harassment allegations.

Daniel Howes / Detroit News

After months in the making, Ford Motor’s play for the Michigan Central Depot is official. Let the grousing begin.

It will start in the suburbs, from the generation that came of age during the urban unrest of the late 1960s, witnessed the controversies and power-shifting of the 1970s, and watched during the 1980s and ‘90s as capital and jobs fled Detroit for the suburbs.

Daniel Howes / Detroit News

After months in the making, Ford Motor’s play for the Michigan Central Depot is official. Let the grousing begin.

It will start in the suburbs, from the generation that came of age during the urban unrest of the late 1960s; witnessed the controversies and power-shifting of the 1970s; and watched during the 1980s and ‘90s as capital and jobs fled Detroit for the suburbs.

Migrant mothers held without bond in Calhoun County Jail

Jun 23, 2018

Migrant mothers separated from their children are being held without bond at the Calhoun County Jail following a raid in Sandusky, Ohio on June 5. More than 100 arrests were made in the military-style raid, and a group of about 30 women were sent to the Calhoun County Jail, which is housing detainees under a contract with Immigration and Customs Enforcement.

cford3 / Wikipedia

Leaders in Monroe County say what they thought was a negotiation with DTE Energy over a property tax reduction turned out to be anything but.

Without giving advance warning to negotiators, the utility has asked the Michigan Tax Tribunal to slash its property taxes in the county by nearly 60% over five years, because its coal-burning Monroe Power Plant and its nuclear plant, Fermi 2, have lost value.

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The Lecturers' Employee Organization at the University of Michigan has reached an agreement with the school on a new contract after bargaining since October.

The new contract came after university regents held their June meeting.The budget allowed for an agreement that includes higher pay, increased job security, and better health benefits for 1,700 lecturers employed by the university on its three campuses.

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Want to buy an abandoned psychiatric hospital in Michigan? It might only cost you one dollar.

 

At least, that was the price tag for the dilapidated site of the once-sprawling Eloise Hospital Complex located in and owned by Wayne County. The site was purchased by Southfield-based Morgan Development Thursday after about a year of discussion.

 

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