Police Looking For Woman Involved In Critical Hit-And-Run
Police are seeking to locate a woman involved in a critical hit-and-run that took place in Detroit. Katie Johnston reports.
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Michigan Senate Passes $4.4B In K-12 Aid After Deal Struck
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Michigan Reports 182 New COVID-19 Cases, 26 Deaths
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Michigan Domestic, Sexual Violence Policy Director Receives Champion Of Justice Award
The executive policy director for the Michigan Coalition to End Domestic and Sexual Violence has been chosen as this year's recipient of the Champion of Justice Award.
2 New Coronavirus Outbreaks Reported In Michigan Schools This Week
The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services reported there are two new coronavirus outbreaks in Michigan schools.
Michigan DNR: Great Lakes Beach Safety Is Key For State Park Visits
As the summer season approaches, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources (DNR) urges everyone to keep water and pier safety in mind.
Michigan Town To Keep Statue Of Black Child, South Soldier
Leaders in Allendale Township have voted to keep a statue of Confederate and Union Civil War soldiers with a Black child kneeling between them.
First Forecast Weather June15, 2021 (Today)
A pleasant day.
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Clouds decrease tonight.
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Karen Carter, and Other Metro Detroiters Chipped In To Help Salvation Army’s Bed and Bread Radiothon
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Look For The 2020 Great Conjunction or ‘The Christmas Star’ In The Sky Monday Evening
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Baseball Report: Phillies' Walk-Off Wins
This week's Baseball Report looks at the Phillies' walk-off streak, the Blue Jays' power surge and some of the specifics surrounding MLB's crackdown on pitchers for substance use.
Kyle Larson Unstoppable At Hendrick
Everybody knew Kyle Larson was going to win races once he started driving Rick Hendrick's cars.
Flint Native, Boxing Champ Claressa Shields Wins MMA Debut
Claressa Shields found herself pinned on her back, stuck against a cage and she absorbed so many strikes to the head that the undefeated boxer seemed on the brink of defeat in MMA.
Palmetto Championship Preview: Can Dustin Johnson Get On Track At Congaree?
The PGA Tour returns to South Carolina again, this time to face the largely unfamiliar course at Congaree Golf Club.
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Michigan Matters: Chevrolet Detroit Grand Prix Returns to Belle Isle, Detroit Tigers Great Kirk Gibson on Confronting Parkinson’s Disease
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Local Residents Trapped On Delayed Amtrak Train For More Than 12 Hours
Stuck on a train for New Year's? Not the greatest way to celebrate the holiday but that's reality for a number of passengers heading to Ann Arbor.