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Money Management 101: Financial Advice For College Students

A recent study showed that many American teenagers are not learning the basic lessons of money management...

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Gardeners transform site of former Detroit school

A blighted neighborhood once stripped by scrappers has been beautified thanks to some dedicated gardeners.

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Same-sex couples fight for recognition; hearing set for...

While locals wait for a federal appeals court to decide the fate of Michigan's gay marriage ban, a different debate will play out in downtown Detroit Thursday.

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Hundreds voice frustrations over oil drilling at meeting

There were so many people so incredibly upset about an oil well blooming up overnight in an upscale Shelby Township neighborhood that a town hall meeting on the issue had to be moved to a large banquet center.

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Search continues Thursday at Belleville Lake for teen boy

Divers will continue searching for a 17-year-old boy Thursday morning at Belleville Lake.

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April Millsap's grandfather seeks closure

Since her death, the entire town of Armada has been covered in pink ribbons, April's favorite color.

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NWS confirms tornado touched down in Macomb County

The National Weather Service has confirmed a tornado touched down on Place Road between 29 Mile and 30 Mile roads in Lenox Township.

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Missing boater's body found in St. Clair River

Brady Morton, of Fenton, was reported missing Sunday afternoon by friends who were participating in the boating event with him.

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Special trash pickup at center of Millsap murder...

What led detectives to the landfill is in itself concerning.

Wednesday PM forecast Detroit

More storms in forecast, plus important lesson on tornados

As you’ve probably heard by now, sirens started going off around 2:10 p.m. Wednesday. There were no tornado warnings in effect.

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Madison Heights stops illegal trash dumping

Police and city code enforcement officials have stopped the illegal dumping of garbage in Madison Heights that began on Aug. 15, but not before 2,000 to 3,000 tons of garbage had already been left.

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M-1 Rail ahead of schedule

Century-old artifacts unearthed Wednesday are reminding Detroiters what once was, and (hopefully) will be again.

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Ruth has the facts about flood insurance

Tonight at 11 p.m. - Ruth to the Rescue gets the information you need to understand what's covered and what's not.