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Groups like “Together For One Royal Oak" are fighting against hate like the spray painted swastikas and "white power" signs Sunday.
Researchers say fertility rates fell 12 percent and fetal deaths climbed 58 percent during the time the Flint's water was tainted with lead.
Nick Lyon is accused of failing to alert the public in a timely manner about a Legionnaires' outbreak in the Flint area in 2014-15.
Here's how to kick off the start of the Jewish high holidays.
Lincoln Treated for Biliary Atresia at the Children’s Hospital of Michigan
"A reduction in federal subsidies for health insurance is likely to result in more people being uninsured," an industry consultant said.
A fatal accident took the life of a Madison Heights man Tuesday.
Joe Tuccini's bachelor party was all about Hawaiian shirts, mustaches and celebrating one of the greatest TV shows of all time. (OK, we're biased.) But, he and his buddies got kicked out of a Tigers game.