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“I have my life back,” Evan Reed says after sexual assault charges against him were dismissed.
If you’re an early morning riser – and even if you’re not – set the alarm to see one of skywatchers' "11 must-see events for 2014."
More than a week after Detroit’s historic floods, questions are still piling up – along with flood-damaged items on street curbs.
Also, zoo researchers hope to learn more about how to help “smiling” turtles survive in the wild by studying their personalities.
Blanding’s turtles can live to be 60 years old – if hatchlings can survive raccoons in the wild.
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Oakland County has escaped the virus transmitted by mosquitoes until this year.
Jena David, reported dead in Detroit’s 2014 Floods, calls her rescuer, Dustin Rowen, an “angel.” Read why that might not be hyperbole.
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Also, the Dearborn City Council wants “a cooling off period” before issuing any new hookah cafe permits.
Southeast Michigan police officers, firefighters, military members and veterans urged to enter bank's Home of the Brave Singing Contest.
The “By Any Means Necessary” civil rights group is passing out fliers at the scene of a police-involved shooting in Detroit.
The story of her death is a myth, but the true story of Jena David’s rescue in the Floods of 2014 is a dramatic story of heroics.
There are just a few hours left to nominate the coach or mentor who made a difference in your life to win a prize package from Patch.
Also, is bleh the new hip? It depends, Movoto says. Has climate change made big weather events more likely in the future?
“We are dragging our lives to the curb with tears in our eyes,” says flood-weary woman who says pickers deliver a nettlesome indignity.
If you live near Woodward Avenue, it’s either time to disappear to the U.P. for the weekend or step into a gearhead Wayback Machine.
Also, police officials are asking for cool heads to prevail after fears Ferguson, MO, racial unrest could spill over to Detroit.
Across southeast Michigan, local governments plead for federal help, arguing communities can’t weather cleanup costs alone.
Also, the girlfriend to singer Mary J. Blige's dad will stand trial, and a Michigan Supreme Court ruling could cost the state billions.