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But the city would have to borrow more money to get its reinvestment plan going in the first couple of post-bankruptcy years, said expert witness Marti Kopacz on the stand… Read more
Police, as is usually the case with assaults against minors, are saying little about what happened to a child in Redford Monday morning.
David Whitney, Jr. had originally thought Grand Circus Park, which the building overlooks, was going to be the center of downtown Detroit’s downtown business district. He was wrong.
As trustees of Detroit’s two pension funds, the General and Police and Fire retirement systems, they influenced trustees for both to dole millions of investment capital to projects, some fraudulent,… Read more
Arlecia Phillips, a 27-year-old mother from Detroit, is distraught. She says her 12-year-old daughter, Alize Phillips, vanished from her babysitter’s house about 5 p.m. Tuesday.
The company which ships oil under Straits of Mackinac denied final approval for opening pipeline across Ontario, Canada.
- Environmental group lists Ionia County oil well in its call for end to 'Halliburton Loophole'
- Registration deadline is Friday for Michigan Works' Healthcare Career Fair
- Gentex Corp. beats market forecasts in third quarter earnings report
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- Kalamazoo County Humane Society program set for 50,000th spaying/neutering procedure
- Michigan film credits would continue under Senate-passed bill
The three are among the 75 ex-Football Bowl Subdivision players up for enshrinement, with Elliot and Lytle each appearing for the fourth straight year and Messner entering his second year… Read more
- Around the Big Ten: J.T. Barrett for Heisman and the birth of the cool factor
- Michigan State Sparty guardians wary of 'retribution and reprisals' after vandalism at U-M
- Spencer Dinwiddie, the Detroit Pistons' only 2014 draft pick, cleared to play
- Red Wings' Pavel Datsyuk feels good after season debut, just trying to get up to game pace
- Brady Hoke: Michigan's O-line had some 'deer in the headlights' looks vs. Michigan State in '13, focus must improve
- Torii Hunter likely to continue baseball career in 2015: 'I really want to play with the Tigers'
St. Cecilia’s Acoustic Cafe Series welcomes singer-songwriters and folk musicians to Royce Auditorium.
- Detroit Fall Beer Festival 2014: Nearly 700 craft beers & more than 75 Michigan breweries
- Sunday Night Funnies anniversary doubles as costume contest
- 'Carmen' and the Catwalk pairs opera with fashion, chance to mingle with cast
- Ann Arbor-area Halloween 2014: Your guide to trick-or-treat times, events, attractions and more
- Video: East Lansing's Elizabeth Webster wins $2,000 on 'Jeopardy!'
- Aquaman Jason Momoa shares Detroit vision, says he wants to be 'part of community' long-term
The Citizen Patriot is taking a look at how Jackson’s current generation of young adults, often referred to as millennials, spend their free time.
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- Little Manistee Fish Weir accessibility improvements create visitor surge