Michigan Matters: Election 2018: The SOS Race, ‘Boy Gov’ and Sprint to the Finish Line
With voters heading to the polls on Nov. 6 the MICHIGAN MATTERS roundtable zeroed in on several high profile races including Governor, Attorney General, Secretary of State and U.S. Senate.

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Remains Of 63 Fetuses Found At Second Detroit Funeral HomePolice removed the remains of 63 fetuses from a Detroit funeral home and regulators shuttered the business amid a widening investigation of alleged improprieties at local funeral homes. Matt Yurus reports.
More Remains Found Inside Cantrell Funeral Home In DetroitAnother disturbing discovery was made inside the former Cantrell Funeral Home on Detroit’s east side, according to reports. Matt Yurus reports.
Detroit Officers Get Probation In Chase, Fatal Crash CaseTwo Detroit police officers accused of failing to report a car chase that led to a fatal crash have been sentenced to one-year probations. Matt Yurus reports.
James Admits ‘Terrible Error’ after Swastika Shown in TV AdRepublican U.S. Senate candidate John James of Michigan said Monday he made a “terrible error” by inadvertently showing a swastika in his campaign’s first TV ad of the general election. Matt Yurus reports.
Michigan Matters: Legalizing Recreational Marijuana: a Good Idea?With Michigan voters heading to the polls, Proposal 1, which asks whether to legalize recreational marijuana for adults, will gain much attention in the next few weeks.
Eye On Detroit - Artisan CornerThe Work Skills Corporation Art program “Artisan Corner”, is an art program that provides program participants and others they serve the opportunity to express artistic skills by producing artwork, some of which will be displayed and offered for sale at Studio West, and throughout the community. Artisan Corner artists work in a variety of forms, including painting and drawing, ceramics and fiber arts which can be purchased at Studio West Gallery.

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