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Virginia Violence / John Dingell & Detroit River

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The MiWeek team takes an in-depth look at the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia over the weekend, the fallout from President Trump's response, the protests in Michigan and across the country, and why the anger exists. Episode 616.

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8/10/17: Detroit Primary / Trump Supporters / Asian Carp

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Detroit's primary resulted in at least one surprise -- in the City Council race. The MiWeek team takes a look at the results. Plus, MiWeek plays a clip from a recent WDET-FM "Detroit Today" program where Stephen and Nolan talked about respectfully disagreeing with each other on issues and their own unlikely friendship. Episode 615.

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8/3/17: Detroit Primary / Wayne County Jail / Water Shut-offs

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Detroit's primary is next Tuesday and key races include the Mayor, City Council and City Clerk. The MiWeek team debates who will be the top vote getters. Wayne County Executive Evans says he will move ahead with negotiations on Rock Ventures' proposal to develop a new justice complex in exchange for the land where the unfinished County jail now sits. The MiWeek team discusses what this means.

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One Detroit Featured on Citylab: Fighting Gun Violence By Treating It Like a Disease

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As murder rates rise in Detroit, doctors at a local hospital are working to keep shooting victims from ending up back in the ER.

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Detroit Performs | Jessica Care Moore

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Poet and Artist Jessica Care Moore is sure to ingrain her work with the essence of Detroit as she encourages you to share the energy of her performance.

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An orange jumpsuit ahead for Ann Arbor detainee? “They will behead him in front of everyone,” his sister says

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Sarah Taymour of Ann Arbor said she’s been betrayed by the government. “My sister and I, we both served this country”, she said. “This is how they repay us?” Taymour and her sister Jowan were refugees from Iraq, had come to the United States, but returned to Iraq as civilian translators during the Iraq war. Now Immigration and Customs Enforcement wants to send their brother there.

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From Nolan Finley, Editorial Page Editor of The Detroit News

Vice: Wave of the future for news

The HBO nightly programs immersive, on-the-ground video reporting got a boost with its Charlottesville, Va., coverage

Wojo: Lions' Kenny Golladay handles the heat, and the hype

Watch Golladay work and listen to him talk, you detect more self-confidence than self-centeredness.

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