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Man killed, teen injured in shooting in Detroit

The Detroit Police Department is investigating a deadly shooting in the 14000 block of Robson on Detroit west side.

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Man dies trying to hold up armored car

One person is dead after a shooting involving an armored truck guard at a bank in Clinton Township.

74-year-old restaurant owner attacked

74-year-old restaurant owner attacked

"Blindsided and ambushed" can only begin to explain what a 74-year-old man went through while routinely closing up shop Tuesday night.

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Islamic Society convention coming to Cobo

This weekend, about 20,000 people are going to be at Detroit's Cobo Center for the annual Islamic Society of North America Convention.



Woman gets prison for causing fatal crash

A woman police say intentionally crashed her car, causing the death of the other driver, gave a tearful apology Thursday before being sentenced to prison.

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Woman killed, 3 others hurt in shooting

Detroit police say an 18-year-old woman was killed and three others hurt in a shooting late Wednesday night on the city's east side.

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Ronald Ilitch arraigned on drug charge

A son of Detroit Tigers and Red Wings owner Mike Ilitch has been arraigned after allegedly being caught with cocaine.

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Volunteers needed to help flooding victims

The state is looking for volunteers to help Southeast Michigan residents clean up damaged homes after the Aug. 11 torrential rain and flooding.

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Detroit gets $275M in financing

Detroit Emergency Manager Kevyn Orr announced Thursday that the city had secured a $275 million Chapter 9 Exit Financing Bond Facility commitment from Barclays Capital Inc.

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Detroit wants to revamp rec center

Mayor Mike Duggan says the city is looking for proposals on what to build at the site of the vacant and dilapidated Brewster Wheeler recreation center.

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DTE Energy: 18K customers without power

DTE Energy is reporting 18,000 customers are still without power from storms that moved through metro Detroit on Tuesday.

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Man, woman accused of torturing boy

Authorities say a man and his mother used plumber's tape to keep an 11-year-old boy restrained for several hours at a time at a home in southwestern Michigan.

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