This is your Daily Detroit podcast for September 11, 2018.

Our feature interview today at the end of the show is with Nina Innsted. Her True Crime podcast, “Already Gone,” hits 100 episodes this week and it’s about a murder that happened on the site of what’s now Oakland Mall. We talk about the show, what she’s learned podcasting, and more. You can find the show here.

Your Detroit headlines:

– Could Detroit Red Wings legend Stevie Yzerman be heading back to the Motor City? Maybe. Yzerman stepped down from his job as General Manager of the Tampa Bay Lighting Tuesday, a position he’s held since 2010.

– The Scott Fountain on Belle Isle is in line for a makeover.Officials on Tuesday announced that $400,000 of the money raised at the Grand Prixmere charity gala this year will be used to maintain and improve the 93-year-old fountain.

– A quick update to yesterday’s story about a deadline extension for medical marijuana businesses.

– One of Hamtramck’s legendary packzi palaces, New Palace Bakery, is getting a national nod of approval.

– The end of one Ferndale restaurant is a new beginning for Bobcat Bonnie’s. Zeke’s Rock and Roll Barbecue is closing their doors on Wednesday. The restaurant on West Nine mile opened in 2015.

– Karas Brothers and Capers Steakhouse are getting renovations

– And, we honor the fallen and the heroes of 9/11. It’s at the end of the show.

That’s your Daily Detroit podcast sharing what to know and where to go in Metro Detroit. Like the show? Be sure to subscribe wherever fine shows are found.

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