On Stateside today, a disbute between the Grand Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians and neighboring counties and cities over reservation boundaries. Plus, how poor sanitation led to a deadly 1834 cholera outbreak in Detroit.
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A federal lawsuit over reservation boundaries pits tribe against its Northern Michigan neighbors
How 1834 Detroit became the perfect breeding ground for a cholera epidemic
How do you survive drowning in the Great Lakes? Flip, float, and follow, says expert.
Documentary looks back at violent history of Detroit’s S.T.R.E.S.S. police units