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A longtime drug policy reform advocate in Ann Arbor is worried people smoking marijuana in city parks at night could be shot during an upcoming deer cull. “People smoke weed… Read more
An Art Deco enthusiast group will host two guided tours of Detroit’s crumbling Packard Plant. Banned from the tour according to the event page is “Alcohol, open toed-shoes, lawn equipment,… Read more
Two juvenile females got into a fight at the Ypsilanti High School Homecoming football game against Lincoln High School at Eastern Michigan University, police say.
The restaurant’s dining area closed this week for renovations that will update the look and feel of the Italian eatery.
GRAND HAVEN, MI – How long do you keep looking for your lost dog? Do you give up hope after a couple of weeks? A couple of months?
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles confirmed Tuesday it has received strike notification from the UAW.
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- Harmony Hall debuts with more beer taps, housemade sausage
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The Golden Eagles will welcome in Madonna, who is receiving votes in the national poll, on Wednesday and then host No. 6 Northwestern Ohio on Saturday.
- Cornerstone women's soccer hosts Lourdes in annual Night of Nets match
- MSU coach Mark Dantonio says change can be good, even on the offensive line
- Hastings picked over Jackson to replace Charlotte in Interstate-8 Athletic Conference
- Mark Dantonio: "You can't promise people that you're going to win"
- Jim Harbaugh talks helmet stickers, cell phone policy and student-athletes as employees
- First look: Central Michigan travels to face rival Western Michigan
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. — Jay Leno says it’s been easy to lure Francis Ford Coppola, Laurence Fishburne and other famous folks to his new car-centric TV show. All he has… Read more
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