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A flurry of activity for lawmakers in Lansing, passing a number of bills on their last working day of 2013.
2014 may be a good year for thousands of Detroiters looking for work… as the city rolls out a plan to help 25,000 residents find work.
Detroit’s mayor-elect is heading to Washington, D.C. for a lunch date with fellow mayors, as well as the president and vice president.
It’s the chain’s 66th store in the U.S., and the 2nd in Metro Detroit.
It’s expected to begin to fall late Friday.
FBI investigators spent the day combing an industrial area near Grinnell and Van Dyke.
An 18-year-old Sterling Heights man is accused of sexually molesting a little girl.
“At this time we have some indication that there may have been some alcohol …”
Yes, you read that correctly.
Monroe County health officials are calling it an “epidemic” — the proliferation of fatal heroin overdoses that continue to claim young lives.
Nov. 22 2013 marks the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. As the home of the limousine that President Kennedy was riding in on that fateful day in Dallas, The Henry Ford in Dearborn, Mich., holds a remembrance in his honor, where guests can view the vehicle and see other important artifacts that symbolized his time as president. (WWJ/Pat Sweeting)
The Detroit Tigers claimed the final spot in the next round of the baseball playoffs after beating the Oakland A’s.
GateKeeper, Cedar Point’s first wing roller coaster, finally takes flight.
The street lights may not work in Detroit, but that’s not stopping these homes on the city’s west side from illuminating with holiday cheer.
More than 200 precious objects made under the direction of Karl Fabergé provide a glimpse into a bygone era of Russian imperial glory in the exhibition Fabergé: The Rise and Fall, on view at the Detroit Institute of Arts through Jan. 21, 2013.