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Detroit's chief storyteller says it's time to talk to about neighborhoods that persevered

by Kai Ryssdal and Paulina Velasco Jul 24, 2017
Aaron Foley says there are "680,000 stories waiting to be told. Not all of them come from downtown."
Aaron Foley says he heard about the Detroit race riots at home, and “hardly anybody wanted to really go in depth and talk about.” Above, a group of men in Detroit construct a barricade to keep their street safe during the 1967 riots.
Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images

Republican-led Michigan grapples with uncertainty about Medicaid expansion

by Marketplace Contributor Jan 27, 2017
The state's successful program is in doubt, along with the Affordable Care Act.
Certified medical assistant Adenia Williams tests Nakeysha Douglas' blood sugar levels.
Laura Herberg

Detroit automakers respond to more Trump tariff threats

by Adam Allington Jan 3, 2017
Building abroad makes economic sense for U.S. automakers.

In Detroit, a risky alternative to mortgages

by Lewis Wallace Oct 6, 2016
With lending unavailable, home buyers have turned to an option with few protections.
A house that's for sale on a land contract in Detroit. It's common for a house to need a gut rehab.
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Detroit homeowners still struggling with foreclosure

by Marketplace Contributor Aug 2, 2016
In many cities, poor people rent — but the home ownership rate in Detroit is high.
Warren Hicks stands in front of his home in northwest Detroit.
Eilis O'Neill

Ford gets hip to attract tech workers

by Mitchell Hartman Apr 14, 2016
Ford has announced a big building and renovation spree at its professional facilities in the Detroit area.
The Ford Motor Company World Headquarters in Dearborn, Michigan.
Bill Pugliano/Getty Images

Looking for superheroes in Detroit?

by Quinn Klinefelter Mar 24, 2016
A new app shows where scenes were shot for Batman vs Superman around Detroit
Downtown Detroit at night. 
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In Michigan on primary day, a mixed recovery

by Mitchell Hartman Mar 8, 2016
While the auto-industry rescue sparked a strong turnaround, many have been left behind.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton meets with workers during a factory tour at Detroit Manufacturing Systems on March 4, 2016 in Detroit, Michigan. Voters in Michigan will go to the polls March 8 for the State's primary.
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Shinola has perfect timing in Detroit

by Kai Ryssdal Jan 21, 2016
Starting a luxury brand in a bankrupt city isn't easy.
Shinola employs 260 people at its Detroit facility. Many of them are former auto workers, police officers and hospital workers
Tommy Andres
Corner Office

Full interview: Shinola CEO Steve Bock

by Kai Ryssdal Jan 21, 2016
Why the luxury watch company decided to set up shop in Detroit