Ex-Detroit Emergency Manager: Bankruptcy Only Start Of City’s Recovery The city's successful exit from the largest municipal bankruptcy in U.S. history doesn't mean Detroit's troubles are over, Kevyn Orr says. Secretary Of State Launches Upgraded Branch Office Locator The Michigan Secretary of State is using the latest in mapping technology for its branch office locator.
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Investigation Underway After 13-Year-Old Shot, Killed In Detroit Police in Detroit are investigating the shooting death of a 13-year-old on the city's east side. Trial Date Set For Ex-Detroit Tigers Pitcher Evan Reed In Sex Assault Case The 45-year-old alleged victim claims that, after meeting Reed at a Royal Oak bar, she believes she was drugged.
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