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‘Michigan Matters’ Exclusive: The Clock Ticks As Wayne County’s Fate Looms The CEOs Debate The Options
With a financial crisis playing out in Wayne — Michigan’s largest county– the three political leaders running the region weighed in with thoughts on what comes next during a fast paced edition of “Michigan Matters.” […]
With so many references to previous seasons on tonight’s episode of Big Brother, I had lost count.
Squirrels, Emotions and the Outback can pretty much some yesterday’s episode of Big Brother.
Robert Sestok took over four abandoned lots along the Lodge to create City Sculpture — a home for his art.
The Sixth Sense alliance looks to be crumbling and a “Dark Moon,” alliance has formed.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton talked about what mattered most to her as a grandmother and a statesman during her visit to Detroit at a small gathering of supporters.
“Merry Frickin Christmas,” was the last words said by Audrey Middleton, the 25-year-old Digital Marketing Consultant from Villa Rica, GA during her speech to the houseguests before they voted live.
Jackie’s former teammate Jeff is out of the Big Brother house and she is now having to play the game without an ally. Jason suspects with those currently in power he’s the target this week.
With the “blindside” of backdooring Jeff for eviction, he made a last ditch effort to save himself.
Things are a changing in Detroit as Thom Connors, who runs Cobo Center, talked about during a far flung conversation on “Michigan Matters” about the convention center and its growing impact on the Motor City.
On November 11, 2013, Family Feud airs a special episode of Honey Boo Boo vs. Cake Boss.
Designers highlight the hottest trends for Spring/Summer 2013 on September 27, 2012 at The Detroit Yacht Club.
Michigan’s own Dan Gheesling was a finalist on Big Brother 14 this season. Check out some photos we snapped at the VIP live finale viewing of BB14 in Dan’s hometown of Dearborn. Congrats to Dan on playing one heck of a game!