Archive: Detroit Bankruptcy: One Year Later
The series “Detroit Bankruptcy: One Year Later” is presented by WDET with the partners of the Detroit Journalism Cooperative (DJC) to help audiences understand the continuing and future impacts of the city’s bankruptcy and recovery on residents, neighborhoods, city government and policymakers.
Detroit’s “grand bargain” cost political capital in Lansing, former lawmaker says.
The Great Lakes Water Authority was a product of the bankruptcy. What’s next for southeast Michigan customers?
The DIA artwork played a pivotal role in protecting pensions, galvanizing region.
A year after Detroit’s bankruptcy case was resolved, some pensioners disagree on settlements, need for their cuts.
Detroit’s recovery stalled by delinquencies, poor assessment, state laws, new report finds.
Detroit touts huge reductions in police response times as evidence the city is keeping residents safer since the days...
Bridge Magazine investigation finds emergency response times haven’t changed much.
Detroit makes it through one year post bankruptcy. What challenges remain? What’s improved?
Trash pick up, snow removal improvements seen in post-bankruptcy Detroit.