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CHELSEA, Mich. (AP) — Authorities say two children are recovering from injuries after falling at least 15 feet from a Ferris wheel at a community fair in southeastern Michigan.
Our/Detroit Vodka The tasting room for Our/Detroit Vodka is now open to the public, serving mixed drinks made with local ingredients in addition to selling their vodka by the bottle. Our/Detroit hosted an opening party last weekend, in a...
Detroit is a dichotomy. The city’s innovative spirit that brought us the assembly line and the modern auto industry lives on in wildly successful new enterprises like Quicken Loans. Yet Detroit’s much-publicized poverty has spawned a depressed yet resilient culture that continues to struggle to pull itself out of the gutter.
In Detroit, thousands of people have had their water turned off in the last few months after not paying their bills. For the water department, it's a way to get delinquent customers to settle their tabs. For residents and activists, it's a serious issue when the city's poorest, including children, are made to live without running water in their home. A group of United Nations experts called it ...
ROYAL OAK, Mich. (AP) — Now that Charlotte Ponce has her ear, she's looking to accessorize.
Michigan recently passed three new statutes specifically addressing squatting and trespassing. They will take effect on September 24, 2014. Here is what it means: 1. HB 5069/PA 223 amends the revised judicature...
BROOKLYN, Mich. (AP) — Jeff Gordon raced to his third NASCAR Sprint Cup victory of the year, holding off Kevin Harvick on Sunday for his first win at Michigan International Speedway since 2001.
It wouldn't solve everything, but becoming a solar power hub could give a new spark to the area.
Ford has teamed up with utility DTE Energy to build the largest solar array in its home state of Michigan to power Ford World HeadquartersThe post Ford To Build Michigan’s Largest Solar Array appeared first on Gas 2.
(Reuters) - Near-record rainfall has caused massive flooding in the Detroit area that is blamed for at least one death and has made roads impassable, swamped vehicles and flooded basements, officials said.