This Week's Top Stories: Inside Aretha Franklin's Home, Michigan Island For Sale, and MoreHere are the top stories for the week of October 29, 2018, that you may have missed on
James Raises $3.6M, Stabenow $1.8M In Michigan Senate RaceRepublican John James of Michigan said Wednesday he raised $3.6 million in the last quarter, doubling what Democratic Sen. Debbie Stabenow took in as he seeks to gain ground in a race that she polls suggest she has led by double- igits.
Uber, Lyft Offering Free Rides To The Polls On Election DayNeed a lift to the polls on Tuesday, Nov. 6? Call an Uber for free.
Obama Backs Gillum And Ocasio-Cortez In New Endorsement WaveFormer President Barack Obama backed a slate of leading progressive Democrats in a second round of national endorsements released on Monday, a little more than five weeks ahead of the midterm elections.
Michigan Recreational Marijuana Legalization Approved for November BallotAnalysts suggest that if recreational marijuana is allowed sales in Michigan could exceed nearly $1 billion a year.
A History Of The Holidays From Thanksgiving To New Years'How many people actually know the history behind one of the most joyous seasons?
Detroit Area Economy Cools A BitThe Southeast Michigan Purchasing Managers Index for December is 50.6, down from 58.3 in November, indicating a slowdown in economic expansion.
Is November Too Soon For Santa?Thanksgiving isn't until next week but some in Metro Detroit are putting up their holiday lights, decorating the tree and visiting that jolly old elf himself.
Signatures Submitted In Effort To Recall Troy MayorA group calling for the ouster of Mayor Janice Daniels has collected nearly 9,300 signatures -- enough to put the matter on the ballot in November.
Automation Alley Welcomes 20 New Members in OctoberAutomation Alley, Michigan’s largest technology business association, announced Thursday that 20 new members joined the organization in October.
Snyder Tops Bernero In Fundraising