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The coalition did not hold back after SCOTUS effectively overturned Roe v. Wade on Friday:

The Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that Maine can't exclude religious schools from a program that offers tuition for private education in towns that don’t have public schools. There is, however, a catch:

At least it's not the broccoli cheddar soup! But in all seriousness, those with wheat allergies will want to beware:

Over the past year, the Consumer Price Index has shot up by nearly 9% and average national gas prices are now nearing $5 per gallon, making even getting to work an expensive proposition for some:

Honoring a hero: celebrated WWII Tuskegee Airman, Detroit native dies at 100 years old

WEATHER: Saturday night's @accuweather  forecast: • Warm and more humid overnight with a couple of thunderstorms crossing the area. • A morning shower or thunderstorm; otherwise, less humid Sunday with some sun. • Mostly sunny and nice Monday.

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“In the midst of a campaign, it’s kind of tough to draw a line. I just put it in terms I thought people would understand,” Herrod said:

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Them: You can't have all four seasons in one week. Metro Detroit: Hold my Faygo.

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“Strongest, bravest, most epic human”: One of the survivors of Oxford High School shooting makes major strides in her recovery via @WWJ950 

An #AmberAlert  is still active in southwest Michigan for three children who were abducted by their father. Police are searching for a 2009 maroon Chevy Traverse, license plate-DWH9204

Not a mink nor a beaver, but a river otter!

#BREAKING: Reports of active shooter at Oakland County's Oxford High School; Massive police presence on scene

Gunfire Erupts At Coney Island In Detroit's Midtown After Woman Refuses Man's Request For Phone Number

FBI joins search for teen who went missing at MSU; family offering $5,000 reward

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