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1 person killed in Genoa Twp. road rage

One person was killed and another is in police custody.

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Do you need a bodyguard to get gas?

The Defenders hit the streets to show you how to keep your family safe at gas pumps.

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Van Buren Twp landfill meeting

Van Buren Twp. meeting on landfill turns heated

There has been a lot of heated debate lately over fracking and drilling operations cropping up in metro Detroit. The disposal of waste from those operations had some residents in Van Buren Township fired up Tuesday evening.

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Forecast: Gorgeous Wednesday ahead

Skies will clear tonight, and you’ll definitely notice a sharp drop in the humidity.

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Boy injured during dirt bike accident wasn't with father

Police say the man who was driving a motorcycle when a 5-year-old boy was thrown from the bike was not the victim's father.

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Robert Davis guilty plea

Activist pleads guilty to federal crimes

Robert Davis' decision to plead guilty to theft or bribery and fraud and false statements charges came in a court filing Tuesday, where he is asking a U.S. district court judge to keep a union job.

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Detroit Public Schools to auction old police cars

The Detroit school district is auctioning off 18 surplus and obsolete police cars.

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Minimum 17-year sentence sought in porch shooting

Prosecutors are recommending at least 17 years in prison for a Detroit-area man who killed an unarmed woman on his porch, while his lawyer is urging a judge to go as low as six years.

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Detroit Zoo hosts Senior Day on Wednesday

Wednesday is Senior Day at the Detroit Zoo.

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Salt prices

Experts concerned about shipments of rock salt

As kids head back to school after a short summer vacation, another Michigan winter is quickly approaching.

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Deal sells Compuware for $2.5 billion

Detroit's Compuware Corporation is now on track to be sold to a private equity investment firm for $2.5 billion.

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Uniquely Detroit: Rockabilly's roots

Before there was Motown, there was a country-inspired music movement in Detroit.

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