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Tlaib, politicians join call for evacuation of southwest Detroit

Detroit — U.S. Rep. Rashida Tlaib and a coalition of Detroit-area politicians are asking city officials to evacuate residents of southwest Detroit who live near the site of an underground event that displaced gas and water lines as well as damaged buildings last week. The politicians said it is unclear...
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Speeding car crashes into - and through house on Detroit's east side

DETROIT (FOX 2) - A speeding car crashed into a house at Chalmers and Scripps, on Detroit's east side at about 6 p.m. Friday. The car went through the house, dangling out the back, mangled. Police say the driver was hospitalized but is expected to recover. Luckily no one was injured inside the home, which is located at the dead-end of Chalmers.
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Starkman: Covid not responsible for ER debacles at Beaumont RO and Troy

Eric Starkman of Los Angeles is a former Detroit News business reporter who blogs at Starkman Approved. Beaumont Health CEO John Fox has no shame. He’s even willing to exploit the public’s fear of Covid to distract from his own mismanagement. And that has resulted in the emergency rooms of Beaumont Royal Oak and Troy becoming so overwhelmed they are unprepared to handle unexpected catastrophes required of them as regional trauma centers.
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47-year-old Warren man dead after crashing into bridge pillar on I94

DETROIT, Mich. - The Michigan State Police say they are investigating a single-car crash that left one person dead. According to authorities, troopers were dispatched to eastbound I94 around 3:00 am Saturday. When they arrived on the scene, Troopers said they saw a box truck in the median that had...
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$3.7M landmark Bloomfield Township castle is dripping with lavish touches

We have seen this castle before — five years back when the longtime owners put it up for sale after coddling it for four decades. Built near the end of the 1920s, the castle is now 93 years old — and not to be confused with the 30-year-old "Game of Thrones"-like castle in Rochester that was recently in the news. This castle had been the trophy home of a successful developer who lost it after the 1929 stock market crash.
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