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Rumors of Snyder running for president continue to grow

Pour more fuel on the fire when it comes to rumors of Gov. Rick Snyder running for president. Snyder said at the beginning of the year he wants to travel the country to tout the Michigan comeback story.

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Huckabee: 2016 announcement coming May 5

After teasing reporters earlier Friday that he was set to reveal his presidential ambitions for 2016, former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee went on Fox News to instead say that he will announce his plans in his home state next month.

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2 Detroit leaders push for new homeschooling requirements

Two Detroit leaders want new requirements for homeschoolers in the state after the deaths of two children were discovered years after they were pulled out of the public school system.

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Fight continues over gay marriage ban

He’s the hired gun being brought in to argue in favor of upholding Michigan’s ban on gay marriage, but for John Bursch, this case isn’t about the definition of marriage, it's about upholding Michigan’s Constitution.

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Wayne Co. Executive holds State of the County community...

Wayne County Executive Warren Evans is flipping the script when it comes to informing his residents on the state of their county. Instead of just holding the traditional State of the County address, he is taking his message straight to the community.

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Flashpoint: Religious freedom acts, Art X Detroit

This week's edition of Flashpoint takes a look at how religious freedom acts may affect Michigan, the upcoming Proposal 1 and Art X Detroit.

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Flashpoint: Detroit schools, 'The Choice Is Ours'

This week's edition of Flashpoint started with a look at the publication 'The Choice Is Ours' and the state of Detroit Public Schools.

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Snyder would veto religious objection bill

Gov. Rick Snyder warned Thursday that he would veto religious objections legislation unless lawmakers also send him a bill extending anti-discrimination protections to gays.

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Odds of winning the presidency?

Like most high-profile events, there are odds placed on who will win the 2012 presidential election. Find out what the odds are saying about the 2012 election.

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5 closest U.S. presidential elections

Here are five of the closest presidential races in U.S. history since 1840 as compiled by Yahoo!.

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Best memes of the 2012 election

From "binders full of women" to Clint Eastwood's empty chair, here are some of the best memes of the 2012 election.

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About Devin Scillian

  • Devin Scillian

    In addition to anchoring Local 4 News at 5 p.m., 6 p.m. and 11 p.m., Devin Scillian is also the host of "Flashpoint," Local 4's weekly community hot topic program which airs Sundays at 10 a.m.

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