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This Week's Top Stories: Aretha Franklin Remembered, Parents Help Teen Escape Mayo Clinic, and More
Here are the top stories for the week of August 13, 2018 that you may have missed on CBSDetroit.com.
Detroit Residents Remember Aretha Franklin, Impact On City
To the rest of the world, she was the "Queen of Soul" — a woman whose strong and soulful voice could effortlessly jump multiple octaves whether belting out tear-jerking ballads or jump-and-shout gospel.
NYU Makes Tuition Free For Medical Students
New York University will offer a scholarship that covers tuition to every new, current and future medical student, it said Thursday.
President Trump Tells Sessions To Sue Certain Opioid Companies
President Donald Trump urged his Attorney General Jeff Sessions to sue certain pharmaceutical companies that have contributed to the opioid crisis in the United States.
Why Pancreatic Cancer Is So Deadly
Pancreatic cancer is the third-leading cause of death from cancer in the United States, after lung and colorectal cancers
13-Year-Old Saginaw Boy To Undergo Surgery After Being Shot In The Face
An 18-year-old man was arrested after a 13-year-old boy was shot in the face.
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WWE Insiders Pick SummerSlam
WWE SummerSlam card with picks and predictions, including Ronda Rousey becoming a champion in the squared circle.
Kerryon Johnson Was Raised For Opportunity He Has With Lions
Kerryon Johnson was just a kid when his older siblings hit him with elbows while playing hoops.
Mark Immelman: 'Wyndham Poses Every Question Of A Golfer'
CBS Sports' Mark Immelman breaks down the field and storylines heading into the final regular season tournament.
NFL Training Camp: What To Expect From The NY & LA Teams This Season
CBS Local TV sports anchors Steve Overmyer and Jim Hill break down the outlook for the Jets, Giants, Rams and Chargers this season.
Detroit's poshest residential rentals, revealed
This just in: the priciest listing in today's Detroit rental market is going for $37,499/month — a mind-numbing 1,026 percent above the median average for 3-bedroom rentals countrywide.
From Paçzki To Pierogi: Troy's Top 3 Stops For Polish Provisions
Craving schnitzel, kielbasa or pierogi? The very best versions of these classic Polish dishes in the Troy area are within your grasp.
The 5 Best Breakfast And Brunch Spots In Troy
Looking for a mouthwatering breakfast and brunch meal near you?
Vital Vinyl: Explore The 3 Best Record Shops In Detroit
Shopping for vinyl? Whether you're a longtime LP lover or just discovering that warm, crackly sound, Motown's record shops may have just what you need.
New Food Court Detroit Shipping Company Now Open In Midtown
A new food court has opened its doors in the neighborhood. The newcomer to Midtown, called Detroit Shipping Company.
Birmingham's Top 5 Bakeries To Visit Now
Craving some freshly baked goods in Birmingham? You're in luck: Hoodline has crunched the numbers to determine the top bakeries in the city, offering everything from savory loafs of bread to sweet cupcakes.
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Best Beach Vacations On The Atlantic
A look at five of the best beach vacations with widest range of things to do and places to stay along the Atlantic Coast.
Treat Mom To A B&B Fit For A Queen
Treat your mother to a B&B fit for a queen this Mother's Day.
Sergio Marchionne, who saved Fiat and Chrysler, has died
ergio Marchionne, a charismatic and demanding CEO who engineered two long-shot corporate turnarounds to save carmakers Fiat and Chrysler from near-certain failure, died Wednesday. He was 66.
Ford Recalls 550K Vehicles That Can Roll Away Unexpectedly
Ford is recalling about 550,000 cars and SUVs in North America to fix a gearshift problem that could cause the vehicles to roll away unexpectedly.
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Eye On Detroit Vista Maria Foster Care
Chief Forecaster Karen Carter visits the Vista Maria Foster Care Program. Each year, there are over 12,000 foster children in Michigan, with nearly half of those children residing in the metro Detroit area. Children in foster care are no different from our own children. They need caring adults who will love, nurture, protect and inspire them to fulfill their dreams. Each foster child needs a family that is ready to commit to their success so that each child can grow and become self-sufficient.
Eye On Detroit Habitat For Humanity of Huron Valley Veterans
Habitat For Humanity of Huron Valley, Owens Corning and Neighborhood Roofing teaming up to install a new roof on a Korean War Veterans home in Saline.
Eye On Detroit - Bags To Butterflies
The mission of Bags To Butterflies is to help reduce recidivism within our community by providing female returning citizens with transitional employment and training as well as connecting them with resources, support and a caring network that will help empower them to redefine their life's purpose.
Eye On Detroit - NABJ Conference
Lisa Germani recaps the NABJ Conference in Detroit.
Eye On Detroit - Challenge The Wind Youth Sailing Program
Challenge The Wind Youth Sailing Program is a two-week course for preteens and teens taught by experienced US Sailing certified instructors and volunteers with years of sailing experience. They use US Sailing Organization’s standard curriculum and teach every participant to sail. Participants also learn the value of our rich local marine environment.
Eye On Detroit - Habitat For Humanity Huron Valley
Volunteers from Lowes and Habitat For Humanity Huron Valley making improvements in the Sugerbrook community in Ypsilanti.