Court rules Turkia Mullin not owed lifetime benefits

Turkia Mullin's luxury, platinum perks package sparked public outrage and was the beginning of the end of Wayne County Executive Bob Ficano’s political career, but Friday the Michigan Court of Appeals says she is not owed lifetime medical benefits…

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4 arrested after robbery spree in west Detroit

On Friday, a crime spree began at West 6 Mile Road and Log Cabin Road, where a 68-year-old man was assaulted outside of his apartment.

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County wants sheriff to reimburse it for mayoral campaign

Benny Napoleon put in a lot of hours and miles before returning to his day job at Wayne County Sheriff.

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Boy, 7, dies malnourished, bruised; mom, boyfriend arrested

The mother and stepfather of a 7-year-old Detroit boy who died Thursday are in custody on suspicion of child abuse.

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After 1st Ebola case in NYC, 3 quarantined

Heath officials have repeatedly given assurances that the disease is spread only by direct contact with bodily fluids such as saliva, blood, vomit and feces, and that the dried virus survives on surfaces for only a matter of hours.

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Doctor who tests positive for Ebola in NYC has Detroit...

Local 4 has confirmed the doctor attended and graduated from Wayne State University School of Medicine and Grosse Pointe North High School.

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Residents fed up with illegal dumping in Brightmoor...

Neighbors in the Brightmoor community are taking it upon themselves to catch people illegally dumping trash. They said they have too much pride in their neighborhood to let it keep happening.

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Man gives furniture to families coming out of homelessness

Mike S. is a 53-year-old Detroit business man. Twenty-five years ago his life was out of control. Homeless and addicted to drugs he sought shelter in a local YMCA.

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Man charged with murder in 3-year-old girl's shooting

A 23-year-old Detroit man has been charged with first-degree murder in connection with a shooting that killed a 3-year-old girl and injured three of her family members.

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FBI: Remain vigilant at US-Canada border

Canada has reached out to U.S. law enforcement with a name of a suspect and have asked for FBI assistance in tracking.

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Expert: Detroit bankruptcy plan feasible

A financial expert appointed to advise Detroit's bankruptcy judge says the city's plan to return to solvency is feasible.

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Detroit firefighter stable after fall

A Detroit firefighter is in stable condition after he fell from an aerial bucket Wednesday morning while battling a fire at the old Fisher Body plant.

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  • Court rules Turkia Mullin not owed lifetime benefits

    Turkia Mullin's luxury, platinum perks package sparked public outrage and was the beginning of the end of Wayne County Executive Bob Ficano’s political career, but Friday the Michigan Court of Appeals says she is not owed lifetime medical benefits courtesy of Wayne County taxpayers.

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