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Oh how one game can change everybody’s perception!
Last night during the Billboard Music Awards R&B artist Miguel took the stage.
Conventional wisdom says young people aren’t interested in driving. Common sense says that’s all wrong.
More than 5,000 young drivers between 15 and 20 are killed in car crashes each year in the U.S. Learn more about a program designed to reduce those numbers.
Nissan Pathfinder is number 1. Two domestics are on the Kelly Blue Book list.
“Even if you’re watching TV, you can do a little dance battle if you want to, or do jumping jacks,” says Marissa Orzame.
Game 7. Boston Garden. The Toronto Maple Leafs, who trailed in the series 3 games to 1, were leading the Bruins 4-1 with just over 9 minutes to play.
It’s Man vs. Food, Detroit style. Is he up to it? Watch and find out.
How does Cinderella handle road rage? The birthday party “Disney” princess for hire is doing good business in Metro Detroit. Amy Demoff provides some funny and interesting commentary on her fairy tale profession.
New study shows relations with suppliers are starting to show some strain
Silver Bullet Band saxophone player Alto Reed and Mark K. Lane Director of Public Relations & Special Events of Goodwill Industries of Greater Detroit records an interview at the WWJ Newsradio 950 studios.
Detroit Senator Coleman A. Young II and 2010 Michigan Republican Congressional nominee Rocky Raczkowski sample the Burger King Bacon Sundae with Charlie Langton.