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5 Michigan Kmarts to close in December

The stores will begin their liquidation sales on September 28.

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Teen in custody in connection to football field vandalism

Daniel Rinckey is accused of being involved in a group who used fertilizer to kill grass on the school football field, leaving an image of male genitalia.

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Mom charged in football field vandalism

Julie Baumgartner faces charges including malicious destruction of property and contributing to the delinquency of a minor.

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Rains flood Big House, delays game

Saturday night's relentless rain caused a delay of 2 hours, 24 minute at the Big House in Ann Arbor. The stadium was evacuated because of lightning and heavy rain flooded parts of the field.

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Utah waits out delay, beats Michigan 26-10

For the red-clad Utah fans who showed up at Michigan Stadium, this was a unique opportunity.

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'Missing' teen appears in court

Bedford Township resident Hayley Turner was charged in court Friday with filing a false police report.

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Help us hold virtual debates for statewide races

Tweet us, using the #4debates hashtag, with policy questions for Snyder, Schauer, Land, or Peters.

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Partly sunny, cool breezes Thursday

Northeast winds today will bring slightly cooler conditions all day, especially on the east side.

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Teen admits arson over arranged marriage

A Michigan teenager has admitted she set a fire in her house while her parents were sleeping because she didn't want to get engaged in an arranged marriage.

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Couple meets first responders they call their 'heroes'

An Ypsilanti woman meets and thanks the 911 dispatcher and paramedic who helped save her life on Aug. 13.

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Will Snyder, Schauer have TV debate?

In a race where the polls are becoming ever closer, there is still not one single debate scheduled between Gov. Rick Snyder and Mark Schauer, and by the time Election Day hits, there may not be one.

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Sun will help cooler temps feel nice

The cool pool of air will be gently replaced by a nice mild warm up.

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Wayne County News

  • Detroit official says water plan is working

    Tens of thousands of Detroit residents with overdue water bills have signed up for a payment plan and kept their service since August, but hundreds are still being cut off each day, a city official testified Tuesday.

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Oakland County News

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