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Low-profile tires fail on tough winter roads
A COUGAR IN THE UPPER PENINSULA. A LOT OF DRIVERS ARE WISHING THEY DIDN'T OPT FOR LOW PROFILE TIRES.
Commission Split on Farmers Market Booths; Attempts Compromise
After an emotionally-charged public discussion and debate, the fate of the Royal Oak Farmers Market's permanent booths was voted on and came down to a split decision Monday.
Searching for Michigan's Best Doughnut: How to nominate your favorites
Michigan's Best Doughnut: John Gonzalez enjoys a paczek on March 1 at the Paczki Run in Hamtramck with Kristi Schons of Lake Orion and Danielle Meyka-Blanchard of Howell.
Central Michigan Life
SGA committee to conduct internal investigation on budget
A committee has been created to investigate the Student Government Association's budget after a formal request for review was submitted by members of the House and Senate.
Michigan medical marijuana bill would let landlords prohibit patient use on private property
Michigan landlords could prohibit the use, possession or cultivation of medical marijuana on private property under a new proposal up for debate this week in the Legislature.
Funded levels of GM's U.S. pension plans improved in 2013
A General Motors Co. Buick Verano vehicle is driven off the production line at company's assembly plant in Lake Orion, Mich.
Observer & Eccentric
Johnny Ginopolis will be honored with Award for Altruism Saturday
Nonetheless, Ginopolis, who with his brother, Pete, owns Ginopolis Bar B-Q Smokehouse in Farmington Hills, will be honored Saturday night as the 2014 Recipient of the Riley Award for Altruism by the Farmington/Farmington Hills Foundation for Youth and Families.