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Biden slams Trump in Michigan on virus, offshoring
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New data predicts 300,000 U.S. deaths by Dec
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Health experts warn U.S. cities of 'trouble ahead'
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Suspect Arrested In Case Of Murdered Michigan Pro Poker Player
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Big Sean says new album 'Detroit 2' is a salute to his city's 'undeniable soul,' with aim to inspireBig Sean's long-awaited album, reworked during the pandemic, pays tribute to Detroit with guests such as Eminem, Stevie Wonder and Dave Chappelle.
What gambling looks like in a pandemicCasinos in Detroit opened again in August, but they're operating at 15% capacity, and revenues have dropped precipitously.
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Detroit honors virus victims with public memorialThe city turned an island park into an extraordinary memorial garden Monday as cars packed with families slowly passed hundreds of photos of Detroit residents who died from COVID-19. (Aug. 31)
Detroit displays faces of COVID-19 victims in public memorialThe photos line a bridge where on Monday, 15 funeral processions will be driving past to pay tribute to the 1,500 who died.
Michigan pays tribute to coronavirus victimsThere was a powerful sight in Detroit over the weekend where more than 900 faces of those killed by COVID-19 were displayed on billboards for a citywide public memorial. This comes as other states..
Deceptive robocalls try to frighten Detroit residents about voting by mail.The calls suggest that voting-by-mail exposes personal information, a lie, in what officials said was an apparent effort to suppress vote
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20-Year-Old Woman Declared Dead Found Alive At Funeral HomeA young woman who was declared dead after 30 minutes of CPR from paramedics was actually found to be very much alive ... she started breathing again at a Detroit funeral home!!! This eerie incident..
Detroit police arrest 42 people as protesters, authorities clash after weeks of calmProtesters have been assembling and marching through Detroit since shortly after George Floyd's death on May 25.
Detroit Firefighter Sivad Johnson Dies Trying to Save Girls From DrowningSgt. Sivad Johnson, 49, a 26-year veteran of the Detroit Fire Department, dived in to rescue the girls, who were later safely brought ashore.
Dozens rally to put a halt to evictions in DetroitDozens rally outside a Detroit courthouse calling for an extension of the city's recently expired eviction moratorium. (Aug. 17)
2020 elections: I never got an absentee ballot for my primary. I still don't know why.Voting is a privilege, but also a right. So it's a problem that absentee ballots were never mailed to hundreds of Detroit voters who applied online.
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A beloved lesbian baker in Detroit got a homophobic cake order. Here's why she made it anyway.April Anderson, a Detroit pastry chef with national cred, was taken aback by a recent cake order that came into her Good Cakes and Bakes bakery.
Lions QB Matthew Stafford: Selling house 'has nothing to do with' wanting out of DetroitMatthew Stafford has two seasons left on his contract beyond 2020 and said Tuesday he wants to remain in Detroit "as long as I can."
Three Detroit casinos reopening after months awayDetroit's three casinos are reopening at limited capacity after nearly five months of being closed due to the coronavirus (Aug. 6)
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Rashida Tlaib Beat Her Primary Opponent by 900 Votes in 2018. How Will the Rematch Go?The Michigan Democrat is facing a rematch against a challenger who says she hasn’t done enough for her district in Detroit.
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Detroit suburb mourns 13 nuns lost to coronavirusThe mayor of Livonia, Michigan, says the Detroit suburb is mourning the loss of 13 nuns who have died of COVID-19 complications. (July 24)
Fan-free ballgames no relief for Motor City miseryBars and restaurants in Detroit are desperately hoping people come watch ballgames in establishments as packed as possible with social distancing guidelines (July 24)
Remembering the Detroit riots, the heroism of Willie Horton, a missing mother, a tank outside the windowIt was July 1967 in Detroit. I was 7. Our home was roughly a mile from the epicenter of one of the worst civil disturbances in our nation's history
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Detroit police officer charged with felony assault for firing rubber bullets at journalistsIf convicted, 32-year-old corporal Daniel Debono could be sentenced to up to four years in prison.
Felony Charges for Detroit Officer Accused of Shooting 3 Journalists With Rubber Pellets“They were a threat to no one,” the Wayne County prosecutor said. “There are simply no explicable reasons why the alleged actions of this officer were taken.”
Detroit fast-food workers walk off job in protestWorkers walk off the job at a Detroit McDonald's and are met in the street by dozens of cheering, sign-toting supporters. (July 20)
Race Takes Center Stage as Rashida Tlaib Faces Primary ChallengeSome of Detroit’s most prominent Black leaders are backing a challenger to Ms. Tlaib, a Palestinian-American who has gained celebrity status since winning her seat in 2018.
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Manuel 'Matty' Moroun, controversial bridge owner and trucking magnate, dies at 93Manuel 'Matty' Moroun was a Detroit native who took his father's small cartage business and built it into a trucking and real estate empire.
Eminem slams Drew Brees, people who refuse to wear masks in new Kid Cudi songDetroit rapper Eminem takes no prisoners on timely new song "The Adventures of Moon Man and Slim Shady" with Kid Cudi.
Amazon driver in Detroit quits job on Twitter, leaves package-filled van with keys in the ignition. Here's why he did it.The former driver's tweets and video are in stark contrast to the feel-good worker-vignettes that Amazon has been airing as TV commercials.
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A wife gets answers from a nurse who saw her husband die at Detroit hospital during coronavirus pandemicThe pain of not knowing what happened to her husband after she dropped him off at a Detroit Hospital, torments Denise Chandler. A former nurse helps.
He was arrested because of a computer error. Now he wants to fix the system.When Detroit cops called Robert Williams, he thought it was a prank. But he had been misidentified by controversial facial recognition technology.
Music Director Fired From Catholic Parish Days Before Supreme Court L.G.B.T.Q. RulingTerry Gonda, a music director at her parish near Detroit, was told she would be fired because she is married to a woman. Days later came the Supreme Court ruling on L.G.B.T.Q. workplace rights.
Detroit hosts celebratory Juneteenth gatheringHundreds gather in Detroit to celebrate Juneteenth and call for racial justice in the city and beyond. (June 19)
Alan Hurwitz, Teacher Who Turned to Bank Heists, Dies at 79Once a respected educator in Detroit, he developed a crack addiction and robbed 18 banks in three months, earning the name the “Zombie Bandit.” He died of Covid-19.
I was a police chief stopped by my own officer. After Floyd, we need change at all levels.At 14, the more I screamed, the more the police beat me. That day, I promised myself I would become a Detroit police officer and change the force.