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Marketing and public relations professional Elnora Austell, left, Rev. Louise Ott of the Metro Coalition of Congregations, background, and Jayne Jackson, at right, of the Black Mother's Breastfeeding Association.

Breastfeeding on the Bus

Getting the transit authority to hear your issues.

Pro-transit demonstrator arriving at SEMCOG headquarters February 19, 2014. SEMCOG shepherded the RTA office opening. The demonstrations was a year ago. This man is NOT James Robertson. But he is one of tens of thousands who need better transit. Will history make Robertson the next Rosa Parks?

Bring RTA Chief to Your Neighborhood

Public invited to bring RTA CEO to their neighborhoods. First meeting Tuesday at 11 Mile and Woodward.

Rebecca Zhang, an intern with the City of Cincinnati and Daniel Rajaiah, the mayor's external affairs director in Southwest Detroit, January 29, 2015. They were part of an ongoing exchange of rustbelt cities trying to increase immigration.

“We Want to Be Toronto.”

Former house majority leader urging immigration

Windmills erected for DTE Energy near Bad Axe in Huron County. Utilities fought the law that forced them to look for wind and solar sources. The 2008 Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS) required companies to get 10% of their energy from renewables. Socialist Ontario and Ohio passed standards more than double Michigan's.

Earth Can’t Wait for Snyder

Gov hints at accelerated energy policy

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Transit is “Job Creator” says 71 yr old Tax Payer

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Broken Heart of Handicapped Bus Rider

Listen to her struggle

Ilitch Parking Lot Legacy

Told by angry Detroiters trying to save 2 more buildings in way of hockey arena.

God + Money in Transit Campaign

Largest transit organizing event to date


Record Black Buffalo Fish Caught

Pulled from Kalamazoo River

DNR continues tradition of women's archery

1937 photo courtesy of MSU archives

Turtle City Biologists

Plan to release oil-contaminated turtles

Detroit Needs Transportation Solutions

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