The medical examiner's office will work to ID the remains found on Detroit's west side.
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Michigan State Police say they want to keep state capital accessible to the public
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Dr. Craig Spencer, 33, graduated from Wayne State's School of Medicine in 2008
Duggan's spokesman John Roach confirmed the two had a sit-down interview today.
Police are awaiting autopsy results on a 7-year-old Detroit boy who weighed only 27 pounds at the time of his death.
Martin Mayhew praised coach Jim Caldwell but said players will control how far the team goes this year.
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Justin Abdelkader jumped ahead of his defender and fired a shot that went in off a goal post.
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Albino and exotic, all-white deer have been legal to hunt in Michigan since 2008.
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A Doctors Without Borders physician who recently returned to the city after treating Ebola patients in West Africa has tested positive for the virus
The city of Detroit is hoping to sell off garbage trucks, buses, other surplus vehicles and machine shop equipment to help pay down its debt.
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Wayne Disposal Inc. earlier halted radioactive drilling wastes as governor's panel reviews
More than 92,000 Michigan residents have received FEMA aid.
The guys driving the bus took over late, and got the Detroit Red Wings to their destination.
A 63-foot blue spruce from the Upper Peninsula has been chosen as this year's state Christmas tree.
Michigan Department of Education says those on the at-risk list must still address academics
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About half of polled, likely voters still undecided less than a month before the election