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John Kasich (photo: Jon Hewett/WWJ)

GOP Hopeful, Ohio Gov. John Kasich On Middle East: West Needs To Win ‘Battle Of Ideas’

Ohio governor and Republican presidential candidate John Kasich spoke at Lawrence Technological University Monday, touching on the economy, national security, and ISIS.

WWJ Newsradio 950–17 hours ago

Metro Detroit on the Racial Dot Map (credit: Dustin Cable)

Metro Detroit’s Segregation On Display In ‘Racial Dot Map’

The data was taken from the 2010 Census and compiled by University of Virgina’s Dustin Cable, a former demographic researcher.

CBS Detroit–18 hours ago

Amtrak Train (credit: Randy Yagi)

Train Plows Into Parked Car In Macomb Twp. Just As Deputies Arrive [VIDEO]

The car was on the railroad tracks facing southwest as a northeast bound train was approaching.

CBS Detroit–21 hours ago

Police are asking for the public's help finding this man.

Police Release Photo Of Gas Station Killer, Ask For Public’s Help

The 23-year-old victim was shot and killed while in a car with his two infant children while a woman they were with was inside the station.

CBS Detroit–22 hours ago

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Looking For A Rental In Midtown Detroit? Act Fast, Be Ready To Pay

“But most of the new product is anywhere from $1,000 to $1,500 a month, usually two bedrooms, some of the bigger units.”

CBS Detroit–22 hours ago

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Wild ‘Welcome’ Weekend At CMU Brings Bottles Thrown At Cops, 200 Tickets

Mount Pleasant Officer Jeff Browne tells The Morning Sun that partiers tossed beer bottles Friday and Saturday at police.

08/31/2015

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Gas Prices Drop Significantly In The Last Week In Metro Detroit

“It’s just a matter of time in my opinion before we see sub- $2 a gallon prices return.”

08/31/2015

District Detroit New Red Wings Arena

District Detroit, New Red Wings Arena ‘On Time’; 60 Percent Of Contracted Workforce Is From Detroit

This summer’s work included initial ground clearing, utility relocation and earth retention.

WWJ Newsradio 950–08/30/2015