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Detroit Filmmakers Bringing Tinseltown To Motown
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Organization Helps Michigan Families Dealing With Life-Altering Challenges
Katie Gatewood was awarded a $10,000 grant from the organization. Her six-month-old was born with an Omphalocele, a rare birth defect that exposes the organs outside the body.
Michigan Reports 10,681 New COVID-19 Cases, 69 Deaths Over The Last Week
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Gleaners' Meet Up And Eat Up Offers Free Lunch For Kids
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Dangerous Heat Wave Descends On Parts Of Midwest And South
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Jerami Grant To Be Traded To Portland By Detroit
A person with knowledge of the situation said the Detroit Pistons have agreed to trade Olympic gold medalist Jerami Grant to the Portland Trail Blazers, with the biggest part of the return being a first-round pick in 2025.
Tigers' Mize To Undergo Tommy John Surgery
Detroit Tigers right-hander Casey Mize, the top pick in the 2018 June draft, will undergo Tommy John surgery, manager A.J. Hinch announced on Friday.
Daniel Suárez Races To First Historic NASCAR Cup Series Win At Sonoma
Daniel Suárez had tears in his eyes for so many reasons Sunday after he realized a lifelong dream by crossing the finish line first at Sonoma Raceway.
Faedo Propels Tigers By Pirates 3-1
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Viking Octantis Cruise Ship Kicks Off Great Lakes Expedition, Makes Stop In Detroit
Viking's new cruise ship made a stop in Detroit on Tuesday, kicking off its expedition in the Great Lakes.
Passport Applications With 'X' Gender Marker Option To Be Available Starting April 11
U.S. citizens will have the option to select "X" when identifying their gender on U.S. passport applications starting in April and on other documents, Secretary of State Antony Blinken said Thursday.
General Motors Delivers 150 Electric Vans To FedEx
General Motors' electric delivery van subsidiary, BrightDrop, has delivered 150 vans to FedEx, the companies announced Tuesday. This comes after five of the vans were delivered to FedEx last December and it marks BrightDrop's first sizable delivery of vans.
Michigan Drivers Can Now Purchase Digital License Plates
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Hundreds Of 'Predator Priests' Named In Pennsylvania Grand Jury Report
A new grand jury report says that internal documents from six Catholic dioceses in Pennsylvania show that more than 300 "predator priests" have been credibly accused of sexually abusing more than 1,000 child victims.