Kurt Kuban


As deer hunting season opens, a fierce debate over using bait

November 17, 2016 | Kurt Kuban

Wildlife experts concerned about the spread of chronic wasting disease face off against more than a half-million deer hunters in Michigan. Money, as well as trophies, hang in the balance.

Detroit banks on green infrastructure to rescue city from heavy rains

September 1, 2016 | Kurt Kuban

Severe storms have been a recurring disaster in basements across Detroit. The city’s drive to install rain gardens and other innovative infrastructure not only reduces flooding, but is far less expensive than adding more underground pipes

Two years later, thousands of Detroit storm victims still waiting for help

August 11, 2016 | Kurt Kuban

A Bridge investigation found government aid is long gone for Detroit homes damaged by historic floods in 2014. Many of these homes were never even visited. One reason: A federal report says the state warned FEMA that Detroit was too perilous for the agency to conduct door-to-door interviews.