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4/19/18: 2018 Politics / President in Michigan / MSU & Engler

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Michigan GOP candidates for Governor are hurling accusations at each other, while state Democrats are hoping for a "Blue Wave" in this year's elections. The MiWeek team offers their perspectives on the Governor's race and the whether Democrats will sweep the national races. Episode 651.

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4/12/18: NAEP Reading & Math Scores / Paul Ryan Retirement / The Future of Information

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The MiWeek team offer their perspectives on several stories that make headlines this week, including NAEP results, Paul Ryan's retirement, and Flint water distribution changes. Episode 650.

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4/5/18: LUCK, Inc. / Governor Snyder Interview / Rain Gardens

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A special One Detroit report on the non-profit organization LUCK, Inc., founded by former prisoners who have turned their lives around and now help other returning citizens get on a path to productivity and success. Episode 649.

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ICYMI: The MiWeek Team Talks Michigan School Scores and Bottled Water in Flint

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There are some tough numbers when it comes to school achievement, a closer look. Plus, a debate over stopping bottled water handouts to Flint.

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Mike Duggan blasts Abdul El-Sayed for accusing him of ‘poisoning kids’

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Bad blood between Mike Duggan and his former health director, Abdul El-Sayed, explodes into the open, as Democratic governor candidate says his former boss 'poisoned kids' by ignoring health hazards of Detroit demolitions. In response, a spokesperson for Detroit’s mayor accused El-Sayed of ‘saying anything’ to get elected.

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A Great Lakes Moment from John Hartig

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As we approach the celebration of Earth Day on April 22nd, it is a good time to look back and reflect on Detroit’s proud Earth Day history.

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Detroit Today with Stephen Henderson

Bookstock 2018 Expects to Raise $2 Million for Local Literacy Projects

Detroit News columnist Neal Rubin joins Detroit Today to talk about the event, which kicks off on Sunday.

Illustrator for 'The Black Panther' Newspaper Talks Power of Art to Create Change

“Art played a part in giving an interpretation in a visual way to the social and political message that we were about," says Black Panther artist Emory Douglas.

From Nolan Finley, Editorial Page Editor of The Detroit News

Podcast: Howes on China’s auto play

Howes says Chinas apparent surrender to President Donald Trumps auto demands probably is not what it appears.

Review: Triple Nickel specializes in fresh seafood

The stylish restaurant in the high-rise in Birmingham just celebrated its third anniversary

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