NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jan 15, 2012
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(Highland Park, Michigan: John Yang) The extreme steps being taken by cities in Michigan to stay afloat in hard economic times examined; scenes shown from Pontiac, where city buildings are for sale; details given about the general urban downsizing due to the recession. [Pontiac Mayor Leon JUKOWSKI- says everything's for sale with these buildings.] [National League of the Cities research director Chris HOENE- says 2012 will be the worst year for city revenue.] [Greater St. Matthew Baptist church Rev. David Alexander BULLOCK- talks about the lights turned off.]
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