On your show recorded on July 30, 2018:

Residents of Detroit’s historic block of West Canfield Street dealt with a 30-inch water main break over the weekend. The break flooded more than a block with water up to the tops of the wheels of some cars and even took out a tree.

We have more details on the proposal to keep the Detroit Grand Prix on Belle Isle.

Crews have begun demolition of the Belle Isle beach water slide, and the Conservancy is raising money to replace it.

Ford Motor Company says it hit a self-imposed goal of lowering emissions from its car and truck plants eight years ahead of schedule.

Detroit is the nation’s second most affordable big city – but be careful about these numbers because Detroit is a unique market.

A long-time Detroit drinking institution is changing hands.

The Detroit Princess is known for cruises, like with that Alexander Zonjic flute guy. But here’s something a little different. A Cruise for Culture this weekend will put a skateboarding half-pipe on the Detroit Princess riverboat. Organized by “AsDetroitsOwn,” the top deck of the Detroit Princess will have sports, art, and live music this weekend.

And, Detroit’s historic St. Anne Parish has applied to become a minor basilica in the Catholic Church.

And our feature? At the end of the show, about the 8:52 mark, at the “office” some of the Daily Detroit contributors do a first-bite taste test of the new Little Caesars 5 Meat Pizza launched today.

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