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- Hearing Postponed For Dad Of 9-Year-Old Driver
A judge has agreed to postpone until next month a key court hearing for a Detroit-area man accused of having his 9-year-old daughter drive him to a convenience store in the middle of the night …
- Royal Oak ‘Party Bus’ Ordinance Approved
A proposed ordinance to curb noise and disorderly activity by passengers on chartered party buses and in limousines was approved in Royal Oak.
- FBI To Probe Wayne County Severance Deal
The FBI is investigating a $200,000 severance deal given to former Wayne County development director Turkia Mullins …
- Chrysler To Invest $165M At Sterling Hts. Assembly
Chrysler announced Tuesday that it will invest $165 million to add a new one million square-foot body shop to its Sterling Heights Assembly Plant …
- Amazon sued in Seattle over revealing actress' age
An actress is suing Amazon.com in federal court in Seattle for more than $1 million for revealing her age on its Internet Movie Database website and refusing to remove the reference when asked.The …
- Michigan man dressed as Batman ordered not to wear costume
This Wednesday, May 11, 2011, photo provided by the Petoskey, Mich., Department of Public Safety shows Mark Williams dressed as Batman, at the Emmet County jail in Petoskey, Mich. Williams, 32, was …
- Ex-Marine from Michigan missing since last year
A northern Michigan couple haven't seen or heard from their oldest son since he went missing last summer after a visit home.Noah Pippin is a 1998 Suttons Bay High School graduate and a former …
- New poll indicates opposition to proposed 2nd Detroit River bridge
A poll commissioned by a group aligned with the owners of the Ambassador Bridge and released this morning found strong opposition to the proposed new, government-owned crossing between Detroit and …
- Macomb County prosecutors to fight parole of man convicted of murder
Macomb County prosecutors plan to argue today why a Fraser man should not be paroled from prison on a second-degree murder conviction in a racially-charged fight in 1990 in which a Detroit man was killed.
- Jewish feminist writer E.M. Broner dies at 83
E.M. Broner, a pioneering Jewish feminist writer, and former professor at Wayne State University, has died in New York City. She was 83.
- Missing snake’s owner hopes Hudini stages reappearing act
Talk about living up to your name. Hudini, a 5-foot-long boa constrictor, was last seen June 6, napping in a slightly opened backpack on a 90-degree day at Addison Oaks County Park. Her owner, Wisconsin transplant Richard Baumgardt, fell asleep, and the next morning, Hudini was gone. Baumgardt said she most likely got hungry.
- On anniversary of Michigan’s 1st Amber Alert, mother reflects on daughter it saved
A mother’s nightmare began in 2003, when Carol Ryan discovered that her 14-year-old daughter had vanished from her bedroom in the family’s home in Jones, in southwestern Michigan.
- First Class Stamps Increasing by One Cent Next Year
First class stamps will be 45 cents beginning Jan. 22.
- McTV? McDonald’s To Launch In-Restaurant Television Channel
Network will include original content and local news and entertainment features, according to the Los Angeles Times.
- Police: Man Said He Had ‘Two Pizzas to Drink’ Before Driving Into Ditch
Kentucky man arrested on drug charges over the weekend.
- Flu Shot Clinics Ramp Up
DETROIT, Mich. (My TV20 News at 10) — Wayne County Health Department is now offering flu shots clinics in cities such as Wayne, Taylor and Detroit.
- ESD Brings Back Concept For Clean Economic Slate In Michigan
The Engineering Society of Detroit Tuesday presented its ideas for fixing health care in Michigan. Essentially they involve going back to the drawing board — not just on health care, but on state government itself.
- Detroit Cannabis Cup Attracts 3,000 Marijuana Fans
Organizers of a 2-day medical-marijuana convention say 3,000 people attended the event in Detroit’s Eastern Market.
- MEGA OK’s Incentives For $29.3M In New Investments
The Michigan Economic Growth Authority Tuesday approved tax incentives for four projects expected to generate $29.3 million in new investment and up to 796 direct jobs.
- Beaumont Research Gets More Than $2 Million In NIH Research Grants
The Beaumont Research Institute has earned two research grants to investigate urinary incontinence in older women and therapy for overactive bladder from National Institutes of Health, a part of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
- Azure Dynamics Announces New European Dealerships
Azure Dynamics Corp. Monday announced Frod dealer representation for the sales and service of its Ford Transit Connect Electric in Belgium, the Netherlands and Sweden.
- Pay Anywhere Enhances Mobile Payment System For Apple, Android
North American Bancard is further enhancing the services of Pay Anywhere, its “no compromise” mobile payment system, with the latest version of the Pay Anywhere app for Apple iOS and Google Android.
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