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Kwame Kilpatrick to take lead role as preacher at historic Detroit church: report
(WWJ) A free man since early this year, it appears that Kwame Kilpatrick is up for another high-profile and influential leadership role in Detroit. The city's disgraced former mayor, who has been preaching at this Historic Little Rock Baptist Church in Detroit in recent months, may be taking the pulpit on a more permanent basis. Read more
Kwame goes from ripping off the citizens of Detroit to Reverend Kwame. He’ll be on tour with Creflo Dollar and Peter Popoff and his miracle spring water real soon.
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I knew that this was going to happen, you see, he needed a gig to make money pronto to pay off his restitution that he still owes to the city of Detroit. Those Westside Pastor knew how to get him in, after all, he greased thair hands and churches with whatever they wanted and being from the Westside himself, they are hoping for many followers, 💵💵💵.
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Hundreds of Afghan refugees expected to be resettled in Grand Rapids, Detroit through Samaritas
According to Samaritas's federal partners, the refugees could be here as soon as next week. Read more
another whitmer ignorant idea. she just keeps bringing in more and more foreigners. how about they go live with her
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It’s sad that we can’t even take care of our own home, but we will take in strangers and leave our citizens who been here in michigan homeless and without resources. No, I will not donate to thier funding. We need to take care of out Veterans, homeless, and the children here first, sorry not sorry, no excuses….
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Gov. Whitmer Leads Roundtable Discussion with Small Business Owners
DETROIT, Mich. — Today, joined by business leaders and public officials in Detroit, Governor Gretchen Whitmer laid out her $2.1 billion proposal to grow Michigan’s middle class, support small businesses, and invest in communities by tackling several underlying issues. As Michigan’s economic jumpstart continues, Governor Whitmer’s proposals will tackle underlying issues faced by families, communities, and small businesses and take advantage of the historic influx in federal resources to deliver meaningful change that makes a real difference in people’s lives. Read more
Detroit Man Charged After 5-Year-Old Son Shoots Himself
Prosecutor Kym Worthy has charged a Detroit man in connection to the non-fatal shooting of his five-year-old son. Katie Johnston reports. Read more