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On today’s show:

At some point over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend, a portion of riverbank near Fort Wayne collapsed into the Detroit River. 

That riverbank is believed to contain material left over from the Manhattan Project. If you remember, that was the National effort to create the Atomic Bomb during World War 2. And, suffice it to say, that’s not good. 

Dave Battagello from the Windsor Star-who broke the story (you can read it here) joins us to talk about it. Also, give him a follow on Twitter


  • New developments in the case of the slain Detroit Police Officer Rasheen McClain. 
  • Layoffs are coming to workers at the Detroit/Hamtramck GM Plant as it retools for new, electric products. 
  • One more Kid Rock thing. 
  • The Boulevard, the largest residential project in New Center in years has finally opened its doors. 
  • The Wilcox Mill in Plymouth and the Newburgh Mill in Livonia just took a big step toward being redeveloped. 
  • This weekend is the Detroit Urban Craft Fair at the Masonic Temple! It’s always a good time. 

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