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Michigan State board accepts Engler resignation


Facebook shuts hundreds of Russia-linked pages, accounts


Evers supports legalization of recreational marijuana


Michigan unemployment rate rises to 4.0 percent in December


Senate GOP's top priority is cutting auto insurance premiums


Michigan AG puts supervisor over Flint water probe


Craft beer taps squeezed as shutdown delays new releases


Michigan lawmakers seek new designation for water pollutants


Netflix raising prices for 58M US subscribers as costs rise


Latest: Complaint: Suspect chose Jayme when saw her on bus


Michigan to issue February food aid benefits early


Broadway legend Carol Channing has died at age 97


FDA resuming some food inspections halted by shutdown


Suspect dead, officer injured in Duluth shootout


AAA: Michigan gas prices rise 6 cents to $2.15 per gallon


Congress to face same question: When will the shutdown end?


Trump's weekend: New Russia questions, shutdown irritants


Report: Mental health, police-involved shootings linked


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Cook who says she was fired for speaking Spanish fights back

“My son is happy I’m doing all of this because he hopes it doesn’t happen to anyone else,” Francisca Pérez said.

Chicago officers acquitted of attempted cover-up in Laquan McDonald killing

Cook County Judge Domenica Stephenson rendered her verdict a day before the sentencing of Jason Van Dyke, who shot McDonald.

When guns are around, more kids die by suicide

“The availability of firearms is contributing to an increase in the actual number of suicides," one researcher said.

Lawsuits over alleged abuse Ohio State doctor headed toward mediation

The lawsuits are by scores of men who say the late Dr. Richard Strauss sexually abused them, mostly in the 1980s and 90's.

Rep. Tulsi Gabbard apologizes for past anti-LGBTQ views

The Hawaii Democrat and 2020 presidential hopeful released a video saying her “past positions” on gay rights are “at odds” with her current values.