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“People gravitate to social media because it’s a way to seem like you’re contacting people while you take no risk,” Dr. Gerald Schiener said.
State Representative David Nathan said that the Rippling Hope Project will help repair homes in northwest Detroit with the help of out-of-state volunteers.
Some citywide behavioral bans prohibit sleeping in public, begging in public, loitering, sitting or lying down in public spaces, food sharing and sleeping in vehicles, among other behaviors.
Volunteer Azhar Ali said that the food drive helps fulfill their obligation of helping the needy, especially during Ramadan, which ends on Sunday.
Through lots of sniffles and hugs, friends, family and classmates met with grief counselors to mourn the loss of April Millsap, 14, who was found murdered on Thursday.
Police and animal control officers have removed five dogs from a Michigan home where two other dogs that fatally mauled a 46-year-old jogger were being kept.
A judge has set $1 million bonds for husband and wife from northwest Ohio who are charged in the slaying of the wife’s former lover.
Detroit would transfer of 301 city-owned properties to the Michigan Land Bank in exchange for $1.4 million from the Canadian government.
The East Lansing Police Department is seeking the public’s help in locating Mikael Alexandre Frutin, who has a warrant issued for six felony counts of criminal sexual conduct.