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There’s a new house in a modest neighborhood of northeast Ferndale, made of shipping containers, that is listing for $450,000.

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Is Ferndale about to become like Midtown Detroit? Oh, SNAP!

Also on today’s show, we discuss the new measles case identified in Oakland County, and we speak with Dr. Nicholas Gilpin, an infectious disease specialist and chief medical officer at Beaumont Hospital in Grosse Pointe, for more about the virus. Elsewhere:

Michael Bloomberg joins Gov. Gretchen Whitmer in announcing a $10 million grant to combat the opioid epidemic in Michigan.

We run down a host of road-construction news, ranging from the I-75 reconstruction project in Oakland County to a slew of projects in Macomb County.

The Detroit News uncovers new details about the FBI investigation into Taylor Mayor Rick Sollars.

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Macomb County Public Works officials have identified two unknown substances fouling the Bear Creek drain near 11 Mile and Mound roads.

And Customs officials seized 10 pounds of meth during a search of a car traveling from Montreal to Calgary … at the Blue Water Bridge in Port Huron. More than a little bit out of the way for them.

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