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WWJ AutoBeat Reporter Jeff Gilbert checks out Jeep’s new small SUV.
Macomb County Executive Mark Hackel, the lone opponent among the region’s Big Four political leaders of the Great lakes Water Board Authority, talked about what comes next during a discussion on “Michigan Matters.”
Jonathan Pommerville lives in Brightmoor on Detroit’s nortwest side. Some say it’s one of the most dangerous neighborhoods in the city. With a cell phone camera and the volunteers of Northwest Brightmoor Renaissance he hopes to clean up his street.
Concert-goers, sports fans and festival attendees can take a few steps to improve their WiFi connectivity to share their experiences with the world on the Internet.
From how to pay for Michigan’s woeful roads, to fixing DPS, to keeping the momentum of the Motor City’s downtown going, leaders discussed key issues impacting the region.
Detroit Drone flies an aerial photography multi-rotor aircraft near a large blaze Tuesday evening.
Nearly 300,000 people die each year because they suffer cardiac arrest outside of a hospital — but knowing CPR could change those numbers.
It was a fast paced discussion about Detroit, the Grand Prix, careers and the role of women in business as three female CEOs took time out to appear on “Michigan Matters” to talk about it.
The governor says the recent introduction of House bills to cut $135 million in economic development funds to improve roads is costing jobs and investment.