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President Donald Trump posted a letter Thursday evening from retired Marine and lawyer John Dowd about the recent protests. In the letter is referred to... [Read More]
Victims of senseless violence are more than just statistics. They're someone's child, sibling and loved ones. RELATED: DPD release photo of person of interest in... [Read More]
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"There's a risk for staying status quo – for people being murdered for being black," Casey said. "Now is the time. This is different. I... [Read More]
Buildings in the city of Detroit lit up in purple Thursday evening in honor of George Floyd and other victims of violence and police brutality. [Read More]
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Michigan State athletes can begin returning to campus June 15 in preparation for voluntary workouts. Football, basketball and volleyball players will be the first to... [Read More]
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Dozens of people in Westland symbolized the final moments of George Floyd's life by lying down in the middle of the road in protest. [Read More]
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Relatives of 75-year-old Norman Bledsoe tell 7 Action News that they have a lawyer and intend to file a lawsuit against the Westwood Nursing Center... [Read More]
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Central Michigan says it has received a waiver from the NCAA regarding the minimum Division I sports sponsorship requirements. [Read More]
The bill is named after Emmett Till, a 14-year-old African American who was brutally murdered in 1955. [Read More]
Shelby Township's chief of police is on paid administrative leave while officials investigate whether he authored tweets that promoted police brutality. [Read More]
On the seventh day of local protests in Detroit, marchers were joined by some key figures in the city. [Read More]
Detroit City Football Club and the National Independent Soccer Association announced Thursday plans for the fall 2020 season. [Read More]
Michigan's Attorney General is calling for change in the wake of George Floyd's death. [Read More]
State leaders, law enforcement, and local clergy led a peace march several miles down Woodward Thursday, alongside hundreds of community member. [Read More]
We're celebrating athletes whose senior seasons have abruptly ended.WXYZ Senior Salutes: We are asking for your senior year sports stories for our Brad Galli and... [Read More]
As we are seeing the COVID-19 numbers going down and businesses opening up, job seekers are ready to get back to work and employers are... [Read More]
The Michigan Supreme Court has rejected to expedite hearing a Republican-led lawsuit challenging Gov. Whitmer's emergency powers. [Read More]
There are now 5,595 deaths and 58,241 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Michigan, the state announced Thursday. [Read More]
Alaska Republican Sen. Lisa Murkowski says she's "struggling" over whether she can support President Donald Trump given his handling of the virus and race crises... [Read More]
New Jersey has become the first state in the nation to incorporate climate change education across its K-12 learning standards. [Read More]
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