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With Only 1 Rusty Old Plow, Highland Park Asks For Help Ahead Of SnowOfficials in struggling Highland Park are on edge as the season's first big snow approaches this weekend.
Man Busted By Undercover Cop In Jets Pizza Delivery StingPolice say the 18-year-old paid for two pizzas with counterfeit cash.
4th Suspect In West Texas Double Slaying Caught In MichiganRaymond Alvarado was located in Lansing.
Human Remains Found In Burned Out Car Behind Vacant Elementary School; 2 QuestionedInvestigators responding to a car fire at a vacant school in Oakland County made a shocking discovery -- human remains.
Michigan Matters: Autonomous CarsThis week on Michigan Matters, host Carol Cain takes a look at autonomous cars with Rod Alberts, Kirk Steudel and Laurel Champion.
Michigan Allows Self-Driving Cars On Roads Without Human DriverThe package of bills signed into law Friday comes with few specific state regulations...


Trump Praises Michigan GOP While Weighing RNC Chairman CallDonald Trump may have more than just his gratitude to offer in Michigan when he visits the state that capped his stunning presidential victory last month.
Michigan Senate OKs New Wolf-Hunting Bill After Law NixedFor the fourth time in recent years, Michigan lawmakers are moving to authorize wolf hunting.
Innocent Inmates To Get $50K For Each Year Of Wrongful Incarceration In MichiganMichigan has released more innocent prisoners than all but four states.
Judge Halts Recount, Sealing Donald Trump's Michigan WinA federal judge who ordered Michigan to begin its recount effectively ended it on Wednesday.
Divided House OKs Tougher Voter ID RequirementsDemocrats argue the proposal is unconstitutional, but Republicans say they are protecting election integrity.
Federal Judge Lifts Order Allowing Michigan's Vote Recount: Appeal In The WorksOn Wednesday evening a federal judge lifted an order allowing Michigan's vote count to continue --effectively shutting down the recount.


Meijer Offers FREE Flu Shots At Detroit LocationsThe retailer says it doesn't want local residents to fall ill over the holidays.
Delta Air Lines Upgrading Free Snacks In Economy-Fare CabinIf it's true that an army travels on its stomach, will better snacks keep passengers loyal to one airline?
Detroit Introduces City ID Card To Ease Access To ServicesIt will be recognized by many city departments and agencies as a valid form of identification.
Amazon Testing Checkout-Free Grocery Store"We are encouraged by Amazon's growing footprint in this category..."
Black Friday Deals Helped Lift US Auto Sales In November"Dealers and automakers clearly have found a way in recent years to break through the Black Friday clutter..."
Blame Wages And Turtle Doves: '12 Days Of Christmas' Now Costs $34,363It's a whimsical way of tracking inflation.


Disney And Pixar Reveal 'Cars 3' Event Details For Detroit Auto ShowThe latest installment of the “Cars” movie franchise isn’t coming to theaters until June 2017, but auto show attendees will get a sneak peek.
Kendall Jenner Strips Down To Nearly Nothing In New Advent VideoThe Love Magazine Advent calendar has been rolling out the hits for a week now.
Upcoming "I See You Awards" Recognize Low-Budget Independent FilmmakersThe "I See You Awards" recognize and reward low-budget independent filmmakers.
Irina Shayk Recreates Famous Scene From 'Ghost' In Her Underwear [VIDEO]How do you think Shayk's version measures up to the original scene?
Survivor Millennials Vs. Gen X Episode 11 Recap: Family VisitThe Family Episode on Survivor is always so sweet, though I can't help but always laugh at the way some family members gallop out of the woods.
Trenton Father And Sons Team Creates Amazing Stop-Motion Lego VideosWheeler and his sons Caleb and Elliott spent six hours creating an amazing stop-motion video assembling a Lego Yellow Submarine model.


Meijer Offers FREE Flu Shots At Detroit LocationsThe retailer says it doesn't want local residents to fall ill over the holidays.
Police, Fire Blast 'Unconscionable' Plan To Cut Health CareUnions for officers and firefighters, along with groups representing chiefs and prosecutors, spoke out against the legislation.
Trump Taps Michigan-Native Price To Lead Health And Human ServicesTom Price was born in Lansing, raised in Dearborn and studied medicine at the University of Michigan.
Recall Of Ready-To-Eat Chicken Expands To 2 Million PoundsThe problem was discovered on Nov. 14 when a food service customer complained.
Sweat It Out! Skin Patch Aims To Test Sweat For HealthThe research is a step toward wearable biosensors that could go beyond today's Fitbit-style activity monitors.
Divorce And The Split Holiday Can Pose Challenge For Parents To Be Child-CentricIt's important to share the kids and put their children's needs first says one attorney.


French Firm Navya Chooses Mcity To Test Autonomous ARMA ShuttleFrench company Navya unveiled it ARMA electric, autonomous shuttle Friday at Mcity in Ann Arbor, giving the state another feather in its cap as it competes to become the autonomous capital of the world.
Hyundai Recalls Minivans; Hoods Can Fly Open While MovingThe company says it has no reports of crashes or injuries caused by the problem.
How Will Self-Driving Vehicles Impact Michigan's Future?Detroit put the world on wheels over 100 years ago. With stiff competition from Silicon Valley, Pittsburgh, China and Japan, will the city and state also be the center of the new autonomous revolution?
Cars Without Drivers Scoot Around Nissan Plant, Towing CarsThe Japanese automaker thinks the technology will, in the long run, save costs and boost efficiency.
Ford Recalls 680,000 Cars; Seat Belts May Not Hold In CrashFord says it knows of two injuries related to the problem.
Black Friday Deals Helped Lift US Auto Sales In November"Dealers and automakers clearly have found a way in recent years to break through the Black Friday clutter..."

CBS National News

Donald Trump's Cabinet is the wealthiest in U.S. historyPresident-elect Donald Trump is building a Cabinet filled with billionaires and multimillionaires, with a combined net worth of more than $14 billion. Here's where they got their wealth.
Challenges of fast emergency plane evacuationFlying is considered the safest way to travel, but it still has problems. In October, at least two dozen people suffered minor injuries when an American Airlines plane burst into flames at Chicago's O'Hare Airport. Some passengers filed a lawsuit, claiming American Airlines was negligent in supervising and directing the evacuation. CBS News travel editor Peter Greenberg shows what passengers need to do in an emergency.
Debate over Reno cop's shooting of knife-wielding teenA school police officer in Nevada faces new questions about shooting a knife-wielding student. Cellphone video captured the moment at Hug High School in Reno. Police say the teen ignored orders to drop a pair of knives and threatened other students. But there's a debate over their use of force.
Video of accused church shooter's confession played for first timeDylann Roof's confession during FBI questioning played for first time at Charleston church shooting trial
U.S. Marines say "Gilmore Girls" offered "escapism" from warThese trained snipers may not seem like average viewers of the series, but they've been hooked since they discovered it on a military base in Iraq
Drug overdoses now kill more Americans than guns“I don’t think we’ve ever seen anything like this. Certainly not in modern times."

CBS World News

Venetians say tourists are damaging their cityVenice, Italy could be reaching a breaking point from an influx of tourists. The famed city's population has plummeted in recent year to fewer than 55,000 people. Daily visitors often outnumber the locals. Seth Doane went to Venice and learned why some see economic opportunity, and others see a city losing its soul.
Mass exodus in Aleppo as Syrians flee from attacksRussian and Syrian warplanes have resumed bombing the eastern districts of Aleppo. There had been a humanitarian pause. Debora Patta was there as a rush of families tried to escape the war zone.
Report: More than 1,000 Russian athletes tied to doping conspiracyInvestigators from the World Anti-Doping Agency are laying out massive evidence of Russian doping efforts. A new report released Friday morning implicates more than 1,000 Russian athletes in 30 sports. Jonathan Vigliotti reports.
Quiz: Who said it in 2016?These quotes are doozies! Can you match the phrase to the major public figure who said it in 2016?
Official warns N. Korea could launch nuke, but not likely control itSenior Pentagon official says threat is what "keeps me awake at night," but Kim Jong Un's missile program still has key flaw
S. Korean president impeached amid corruption scandalNation's first female leader, Park Geun-hye, accused of letting daughter of cult leader interfere in state affairs

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