Metro Detroit seniors are embracing online doctor visits using a customized tablet that makes technology less intimidating. It could prove a model for seniors increasingly dependent on telehealth to visit doctors.
Insurer filings reviewed by Bridge show most drivers will save money under a reform law set to take effect July 2. But universal savings appear exaggerated and where you live still impacts what you will pay.
Detroit students had sued the state, saying it had failed to provide a basic level of education that they argued was a basic right. After a federal appeals court agreed with the students, Whitmer and the plaintiffs have reached an agreement.
This fall, reporter Louis Aguilar of The Detroit News plainly laid out how promises of robust development around Little Caesars Arena in downtown Detroit have largely been broken. He wrote that despite a pact made with the city to revitalize the area, 147 properties around the venue remain idle, in the hands of a single developer. New jobs, new multi-use properties, and new revenue for the city remain a distant dream. It was an exhaustive piece of reporting. But this type of in-depth, local, investigative reporting was harder to find five years ago when the arena project was first proposed.