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Is Secondhand Marijuana Smoke Dangerous? Biologist Says YesAccording to a professor at the University of California, San Francisco, marijuana smoke is three times worse for the arterial walls than cigarette smoke.
Experts Believe Security Measures Help Detroit Schools Avoid Mass ShootingsSecurity experts believe high-security measures like metal detectors have made urban school districts like Detroit, Chicago, Los Angeles and New York are less prone to mass shootings. Most incidents have occurred in suburban and rural districts.
If You Bought A PlayStation 3, You May Be Entitled To A $65 RefundOwners of the original "fat" PS3 have until April 15 to submit a claim with Sony that could be worth up to $65.
Boy Scouts Revoke Badges From Child With Down Syndrome, Report SaysThe family of a Boy Scout with Down Syndrome is suing after the organization stripped their 15-year-old son of all his badges.
New Website Provides Fiscal Data on Michigan Public SchoolsYou can now easily find out the financial health of each public school in Michigan.
Guns Found After Paw Paw Teen Arrested after School ThreatAuthorities in Southwest Michigan say that guns and materials to make pipe bombs were found at the home of a 15-year-old boy who was arrested following a threat at his school in southwestern Michigan.
Big Brother 20 Casting Call [PHOTOS]Casting Producers from Big Brother visited Royal Oak this weekend, seeking the next Houseguests for this summer's season of Big Brother! CBS 62 stopped by to hang with hopefuls - take a peek!
University Of Michigan Looks To End Poverty In DetroitThe University of Michigan and the city of Detroit are working together to both end poverty in the city and boost economic mobility
Michigan’s Largest Labor Union Backs WhitmerThe UAW announced they would endorse Gretchen Whitmer for Governor in the Primary Governors race in August.
Austin Based Startup Has a Solution to Detroit’s Housing CrisisKasita manufactured homes and communities are known for high-design and high-quality while occupying small financial and geographic footprints.
Pedestrian Dies From Injuries After Being Struck By Car On GratiotThe victim was transported to an area hospital and later died from his injuries. 
Teacher Gives Lawsuit Funds To Domestic Violence PreventionYamamoto says she donated $30,000 of the $45,000 settlement to A Safe Place, an organization that addresses domestic violence.

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