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Mystery Of How The Pyramids Were Built Has Been Solved, Archaeologists SayAn expert on the pyramids now says there's evidence of a lost waterway which ferried the slabs over the impossible distance.
Michigan Supreme Court Will Hear Arguments In Golf Cart CaseThe justices want to hear more about a golfer who was accidentally struck by a cart at Farmington Hills Golf Club in 2013.
Redevelopment Expected At McLouth Steel Plant In TrentonThe City of Trenton heard from developers tonight, who are planning a development at the old McLouth Steel plant. The site would bring in over $1 million in tax revenue for the city. 
Target Is Raising Minimum Hourly Wage To $15 By End Of 2020Target Corp. is raising its minimum hourly wage for workers to $11 starting next month and then to $15 by the end of 2020.
University Of Michigan Students Protest Against RacismThe demonstrations at the Ann Arbor school began Monday morning and included people blocking roads and sitting on medians studying.
DPSCD To Have Second Straight Early Dismissal Due To Hazardous HeatAll students in the Detroit Public Schools Community District will again have a half day tomorrow due to high temperatures.
Detroit Police Dive Team Recovers Body Of 48-Year-Old ManDivers were called out on the report of a man who went overboard on a boat near Milliken State Park, next to the Renaissance Center.
Local Minister Wants Charges Pressed Against Trooper Who Tased 15-Year-Old On ATVA protest is planned outside the Manoogian Mansion in Detroit tonight over the police chase death of a 15-year-old boy.
Michigan's First Lady Holds Annual Summit Against Sexual Assault On Campuses"To all of the students here today we need you and your voices more then ever before," Sue Snyder said. "You have the opportunity to be champions for change."
Buyer Beware! Instances Of Counterfeit UM-MSU Game Tickets Reported"The Athletic Ticket Office has already seen instances of counterfeit tickets for the game," the University of Michigan said in a press release. "Fans presenting counterfeit tickets will not be admitted."
People Spend More Time On The Toilet Than Exercising, Study FindsThe survey of 2,000 British adults found that the average person spent three hours and nine minutes on "the throne" every week.
LGBT, Jewish Communities To Host Event Bridging Gap Between Both GroupsLaurie Grauer, Midwest Manager of A Wider Bridge, was kicked out of a march in Chicago this summer for carrying a Jewish Pride Flag.

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