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Macomb County employee information leaked

Macomb county has warned its employees that their personal information may have been compromised.

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Bob Bashara trial continues Monday

We expect to hear more about the murder itself and forensic evidence collected at the crime scene after the explosive testimony that was given last week from one of Bashara's mistresses.

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Groups to discuss water shutoffs with UN experts

Advocacy groups will discuss Detroit water shutoffs with United Nations human rights experts visiting the city to observe the impact on low-income residents.

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Snyder, Schauer spar over fairness of tax rewrite

Democrat Mark Schauer is centering his populist message against Republican Gov. Rick Snyder around a 3-year-old tax overhaul that lowered the burden on business but raised it on individuals.

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Was Oakland University student victim of 'knockout game?'

The Oakland University Police Department is investigating after a female student was assaulted at the campus on her way to a parking lot.

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Safety concerns mounting for Wurlitzer building residents

A play is scheduled for Saturday night inside the 1515 Broadway Cafe, but it's what has happened outside that has been a comedy of errors.

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City announces street closures for Free Press Marathon

Several streets will be closed over the weekend in Detroit for the Detroit Free Press/Talmer Bank Marathon.

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I-94 reopens after raw sewage spill near Southfield Fwy.

All lanes of westbound I-94 have reopened near Southfield Freeway after only one lane was open Saturday morning because of a raw sewage spill.

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Popular haunted house joins anti-bullying campaign

Find out how a metro Detroit haunted house is hoping to help scare away bullies.

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CDC tells Liberian man in Oak Park to 'self-monitor'

He does not have any symptoms of the Ebola virus.

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Chief: Fight on Facebook led to 3-year-old's deadly shooting

The chief said the shooter and his getaway driver both are in custody.

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Snyder: State is coordinating Ebola preparedness

Gov. Rick Snyder has named two health officials to lead the state's efforts against the threat of Ebola.

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