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Published January 25, 2018

METRO DETROIT — Local auto dealerships expect customers to be the biggest winners after the North American Car, Utility and Truck of the Year Awards respectively named the Honda Accord, Volvo XC60 and Lincoln Navigator as winners recently.

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Published January 15, 2018

DETROIT — The North American International Auto Show kicked off in Detroit Jan. 14 with its press preview days, unveiling several new vehicles of all shapes and sizes.

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Published January 11, 2018

Your guide to this weekend's events

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Published December 27, 2017

DETROIT — The revamped gallery of Japanese art at the Detroit Institute of Arts manages to bridge the past with the present in a way that honors historical artifacts while engaging modern audiences.

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Published December 21, 2017

METRO DETROIT — Ashley Osborne didn’t expect that her son, Griffin Galligan, almost 2, would get to pick out a toy when she took him for a follow-up visit with a specialist at Detroit Medical Center Children’s Hospital of Michigan-Troy Dec. 18.

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Published December 21, 2017

For many metro Detroit residents, the chaos of the holidays is often followed by a little downtime before heading back to work or school. 

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Published December 19, 2017

DETROIT — Even if you’re not religious, you might want to go to “Church” this holiday season. Through Jan. 15, the Detroit Institute of Arts is offering a single admission price to see two major special exhibitions: “Church: A Painter’s Pilgrimage” and “Monet: Framing Life.” The Monet exhibition will remain on view through March 4 at the DIA.

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Published December 8, 2017

METRO DETROIT — U.S. Rep. Sander Levin will leave Congress after 35 years in 2018, a decision he announced Dec. 2 in a statement to his constituents.


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Published December 5, 2017

CLINTON TOWNSHIP — Roseanna Schnepper, of Clinton Township, grew up watching her dad, Donald Butler, work on cars — both as a hobby and as part of the family business, Butler’s Collision in Roseville. 

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Published November 29, 2017

In the midst of the holiday hustle and bustle, having a pre-lit artificial Christmas tree on hand is certainly a timesaver, but the look and smell of a real tree — and the experience of cutting it down yourself — can be a fun and memorable adventure.

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Published November 28, 2017

Each year, the Grosse Pointe Santa Claus Parade makes its way down Kercheval Avenue as spectators eagerly await the arrival of Santa — and when the parade VIP finally makes his appearance, he arrives in style on a custom-made sleigh with high-flying reindeer leading the way.

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Published November 27, 2017

If you’re on the couch icing a black eye and swollen feet after a fervent day of snagging deals on Black Friday, you’re not alone.

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Published October 12, 2017

METRO DETROIT — Charles B. “Chuck” Rizzo, and his father, Charles P. Rizzo — the two former waste hauler kingpins in Macomb County — have reached plea deals in their corruption cases.

According to U.S District Court records, the pair is scheduled to appear before District Judge Robert H. Cleland Nov. 9 in Port Huron.

Ariel Glasner, attorney for the elder Rizzo, and Chuck Rizzo’s attorney, Thomas Green, could not immediately be reached for comment.

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Published June 21, 2017

METRO DETROIT — Vacation season has arrived, and the suitcases have finally been packed after a long winter. 

But before you walk out that door, is your largest investment as secure as your travel schedule? 

Lt. Eric Reincke, of the Clinton Township Police Department, said that one of law enforcement’s biggest concerns during the vacation season is breaking and entering. 

“There’s a pattern, and people take advantage of that,” he said.  

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Published June 15, 2017

Leaders of metro Detroit’s Chaldean and Arab communities are among those speaking out against the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency’s apprehension of dozens of people around June 11 for possible deportation.

According to local Chaldean and Arab-American advocates, the ICE raids took place in Dearborn, Sterling Heights and Warren. Sterling Heights Police Lt. David Sarvello confirmed the recent presence of ICE agents in Sterling Heights.

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Published May 30, 2017

Following a deadly attack at concert in Manchester, England, May 22, local law enforcement officials are asking residents to stay alert during summer celebrations.

Police recently identified British-born suicide bomber Salman Abedi, 22, as the person responsible for killing at least 22 people and injuring 59 during an Ariana Grande concert at Manchester Arena. Those among the killed and injured are children, police said.

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Published March 9, 2017

Due to the severity of the power outages in metro Detroit, many communities are opening shelters where residents without power can go to warm up.


Warren Mayor Jim Fouts announced that the city would operate an emergency shelter, set to open at 6 p.m. March 9 inside of the Warren Community Center at 5460 Arden, south of 14 Mile Road and west of Mound.

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Published March 3, 2017

The Knights of Columbus No. 4188
870 N. Main St., Clawson

The Knights of Columbus will host all-you-can-eat fish dinners from 4:30 to 7 p.m. every Friday during Lent. The cost is $9 for adults, $8 for seniors and $4 for children. All proceeds will benefit the South Oakland Autism Society. For more information, call (248) 588-3547.

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