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  1. Pedestrian killed by train in Royal Oak

    A pedestrian died Monday in Royal Oak after being struck by an Amtrak train in an apparent suicide attempt, police said.

    • 11:42 PM, Sep. 14, 2014

    Steeple repairs complete, Detroit's St. Josaphat reopens for worship

    St. Josaphat Catholic Church welcomed back parishioners to its first Sunday service since a storm ravaged its iconic 200-foot steeple 10 months ago.

    • 11:48 PM, Sep. 11, 2014

    Metro Detroiters join nation on 9/11 in vow to never forget

    Ceremonies and exhibits across Michigan marked Thursday's anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, offering a chance to remember those who died and honor the sacrifices of first responders.

  2. Immigrants: Michigan computer glitch is stopping Medicaid

    Detroit A lawsuit has been filed on behalf of potentially thousands of immigrants who have been rejected for full Medicaid coverage in Michigan because of computer problems.

  3. Windsor hospital rules out Ebola in patient who arrived from west Africa

    The Windsor Region Hospital on Monday began treating a patient with Ebola-like symptoms but ruled out the severe, often fatal disease by the end of the day.

  4. 1 killed, 3 critical after wrong-way freeway crash

    An 81-year-old Grand Rapids woman was killed and three other people critically injured in a wrong-way crash on Interstate 96 in Ottawa County.

  5. Detroit reports low-level security breach in online database

    Detroit City officials announced Thursday that a department database recently was the target of a low-level security breach.

    • 10:43 PM, Sep. 3, 2014

    Labor Day tornadoes damage some northern lower Michigan trails

    Some of the state's trails in northern lower Michigan may be blocked, dangerous or closed following severe weather earlier this week, Department of Natural Resources officials said Wednesday.

  6. Low-cost carriers could lift Detroit Metro airport

    Romulus Passenger traffic has been flat at Detroit Metropolitan Airport for several years, but at least 10 new nonstop routes offered by low-cost airlines with more possibly headed for the skies could break that trend.

    • 11:38 PM, Sep. 1, 2014

    Students give nutritious school lunches low grades

    Healthier lunches full of leafy greens and whole grains will again be on menus in districts across Michigan when school opens Tuesday. But school officials say it's a tough balancing act.

    • 12:01 AM, Sep. 3, 2014

    Territorial passengers threatening flight safety

    New York Squeezed into tighter and tighter spaces, airline passengers appear to be rebelling, taking their frustrations out on other fliers.

  7. Expected witnesses in Detroit's bankruptcy trial

    Here is the list of 'will call' witnesses lawyers are expected to testify in the bankruptcy trial that begins Tuesday.

    • 8:42 AM, Aug. 29, 2014

    Detroit welcomes national Muslim convention

    In Detroit for the first time, the Islamic Society of North America's 51st annual convention features sessions on topics such as using culture to transmit the religion's values between generations.

    • 6:14 PM, Aug. 26, 2014

    Federal officials tour flood-damaged Metro Detroit area from Aug. 11 storm

    Warren FEMA representatives are in town for three days traveling to the hardest hit areas as local officials try to find help for homeowners struggling in the aftermath of the Aug. 11 flash floods when up to 6 inches of rain soaked parts of the region.

    • 8:05 PM, Aug. 25, 2014

    Dempsey: Military will act if Islamic State threatens U.S.

    Aboard a U.S. Military Aircraft Gen. Martin Dempsey says that once he determines the Islamic State militants in Iraq have become a direct threat to the U.S. homeland, he will recommend the ...

  8. $20M partnership formed with UM to study coastal estuaries

    Ann Arbor The University of Michigan Water Center is forming a five-year partnership with a federal agency to oversee scientific research dealing with ecologically ...

  9. Conviction reinstated for Detroit-area man in case linked to perjury

    Detroit A federal court Monday reinstated the drug conviction of a Detroit-area man whose case made headlines because of extraordinary misconduct involving a judge, ...

    • 11:19 PM, Aug. 17, 2014

    Man drowns in Lake St. Clair Metropark

    A man in his early 20s drowned Sunday while swimming in Lake St. Clair, officials said.

    • 10:50 AM, Aug. 14, 2014

    Costs to recover stalled vehicles after Metro Detroit flooding stagger motorists

    Detroit After coping with frightening floodwaters that stalled their cars Monday during the heaviest one-day rainfall in 90 years, motorists are now being pummeled by ...

  10. Bay City residents make blankets for immigrant children

    Bay City Volunteers in central Michigan are rallying to provide blankets and other supplies to unaccompanied children who crossed into the U.S. at the Mexican border.

    • 6:26 PM, Aug. 11, 2014

    Storm victims may settle close Hawaii Senate race

    Hilo, Hawaii The storm-beaten seaside communities on Hawaii's Big Island are fighting to restore electricity and running water and likely deciding who will hold the ...

  11. Michigan lawmakers look to pass pro-wolf hunt bill

    Lansing Michigan lawmakers on Wednesday are expected to pass a law to keep intact the state's power to allow wolf hunts, overriding two referendums on the ...

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