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Detroit was one of the cities hit hardest by the Great Recession. Almost overnight thousands of home loans were foreclosed. And while other cities have slowly seen an improvement in their conditions, Detroit has struggled to get back on track. But for one group, Detroit has become an unusual...

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Summer is finally here, which means many families will soon be roughing it in backyard tents and rustic cabins. After all, camping is a 15 billion dollar industry. But for those who are looking to enjoy the country in a whole new (or old) way, the Happier Camper showroom...

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Last year, the $143 million Detroit Wastewater Treatment Plant opened with the intention of converting human waste into usable fertilizer with “environmentally sound, proven technology,” according to the Great Lakes Water Authority. Instead, an analysis found that the facility exceeded the one-hour emission standards for sulfur dioxide more than...

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