Detroit

Kwame Kilpatrick
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Ex-Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick is continuing efforts to get his public corruption sentence tossed aside.

Consumer's energy
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Construction of a new Consumers Energy wind turbine project is taking place.

Person with food items
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Matthew Daniels and Meghana Shrivastava are monsoon birds who call Detroit their summer home.

Downtown Detroit photo
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Summer jobs are being provided for 8,127 teens and young adults this year through the Grow Detroit's Young Talent Program.

Police in northern Ohio say a body that washed up on the Lake Erie shoreline in 1989 has been identified decades later as a man from suburban Detroit, and they’re trying to locate his relatives.

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A Detroit-area couple is getting another opportunity to challenge a church over what it did with more than $41,000 in donations.

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The Michigan appeals court says in a ruling released Wednesday that a man who was mistakenly told that he would receive a $2.7 million severance can’t collect the windfall.

City of Flint water tower
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The Latest on the lead-tainted water crisis in Flint, Michigan (all times local):

A worker has died after falling 75 feet (23 meters) at the Little Caesars Arena worksite north of downtown Detroit.

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A Michigan lawmaker is defending a Facebook post where he noted he could be carrying a handgun while visiting Detroit.

View of the Flint river
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Flint has extended its water contract with the Great Lakes Water Authority to September as the impoverished Michigan city struggles to recover from a lead-tainted water crisis.

A remnant of U.S. military supply route linking Ohio and Michigan during the War of 1812 will be preserved under a new public-private partnership.

Cars on freeway
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Southeast Michigan is becoming a leader in developing “connected” roads and traffic signals that will “talk” directly to the next generation of cars.

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A federal judge in Detroit will consider whether to put a temporary national halt on the deportation of Iraqi nationals recently rounded up by U.S. authorities.

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Jennifer Carr knows she’s not the profile of a typical college student. The Detroit-area woman is 37 and has battled alcohol and heroin addiction. She’s also been homeless in the past and even now is categorized as someone who is precariously housed.

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