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Urban Affairs

In-depth reporting on Michigan's largest city and surrounding communities, including deep dives into the big changes afoot in Detroit, its schools, neighborhoods, institutions and city hall.

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Detroiters demand solutions after massive flooding

Nearly 6 inches of rain inundated Detroit’s water and sewage systems last weekend, causing basements to flood in residential and commercial properties across the city. As residents continue to clean the debris and file insurance claims, they say quick, Band-Aid fixes are unacceptable.