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‘Dark Tourism’ Gaining Popularity In DetroitIt may be morbid, but it’s growing in popularity: “dark tourism” in Detroit.
Chicago Inmates Can Order Gourmet Pizza Made In JailHow can you get a fancy Italian pizza delivered right to your door for no more than $7? Get locked up.
Woman Shot In Chest By Boyfriend On Detroit's East SidePolice tell WWJ Newsradio 950 that the victim, a 19-year-old woman, was standing near the block of Strong St. and Frontenac Avenue at are 2:30 p.m. when the shooting occurred.
Detroit Teen Finds Mother Dead From Head Trauma In Her Bed
Police Investigating After Woman Killed In Motorcycle Crash In DetroitPolice are investigating a deadly motorcycle accident on Detroit's east side on Saturday evening.
Lawsuit: Michigan Teacher Downplayed Risks Of Table Saw, Student Injured HandThe Michigan appeals court won't stop a lawsuit against a teacher who is accused of downplaying the risks of a table saw at a high school in Genesee County.
Trump's Budget Would Include $77.6M For Great Lakes Maintenance ProjectsPresident Donald Trump's spending plan for 2018 includes $77.6 million for operation and maintenance of Great Lakes shipping channels and related infrastructure, including the lock system at Sault Ste. Marie.
Fire Destroys Roofing Materials Meant For Pontiac Middle SchoolInvestigators in Pontiac are trying to the determine cause of a blaze that burned millions of dollars in construction materials intended for Pontiac Middle School.
70-Year-Old Pilot Hospitalized After Crash-Landing Small Plane In Macomb CountyScary moments in Macomb County on Saturday morning as a small plane was forced to make a crash landing, sending the pilot to a local hospital.
Gregg Allman Of The Allman Brothers Band Dies At Age 69Allman died at his home in Savannah, Georgia, publicist Ken Weinstein said. A statement on the singer's website says he "passed away peacefully."
Legislation To Change Natural Resources Fund Sparks OutcryLawmakers' bid to exert more control over how the state buys and improves land for public recreation and conservation is hitting stiff resistance from Gov. Rick Snyder's administration and sparking a constitutional conflict.
Pet Fish Dumping Potential Problem For Michigan WatersPet fish and aquarium owners releasing their species into Michigan's waters have led the state Department of Natural Resources to issue warnings for owners not to do so.

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