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Akers missed his fifth field goal of the season wide right from 31 yards in last week's 40-10 win... Local philanthropist to give $5 million to Judge Rosen's plan to shield DIA art and save pensions, hoping to inspire wave of giving A. Paul Schaap was a chemistry professor at Wayne State University in the early 1980s when he developed a molecule to ... (more)
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Could you have a romantic liaison with someone of opposite political beliefs to you?
County Executive Mark Hackel took attendees of the third annual State of the County Address through Macomb's many highs of 2013 Wednesday night.
COMPUTER SYSTEM TO GET THE GAS PUMPS WORKING, AND THEN WERE ABLE TO DISPENSE THE GAS.
New Rochelle, NY, December 4, 2013-Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., publishers announced the publication of the World Stem Cell Report 2013, a special supplement to the peer-reviewed journal Stem Cells and Development .
The Mitten State rounds out the Project on Student Debt's top ten list of states with the highest student debt levels for the graduating class of 2012.
Police, firefighters and other municipal workers can no longer count on a financially secure retirement based on a city-sponsored pension.
SEVERAL MONTHS AGO , one of my former students came to see me because she was very upset; not with me - she performed brilliantly in my classes and got top grades.
Interim Wayne State University Law School Dean Jocelyn Benson will not run for Congress, according to a Capitol Hill source.
Interim Wayne State University law school dean Jocelyn Benson said Tuesday she will not run for Congress in Michigan's 11th district.
Here are six potential scenarios to watch for in U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Steven Rhodes' ruling today on whether the city of Detroit is eligible for Chapter 9 bankruptcy.
Former New Canaan Nancy Bolanis has published "Willow-Mia Pig, 1 in 100 Million," a children's book inspired by the rescue of a piglet in Massachusetts.
The Bath Library Center continues to move forward, with Anne Purosky hired to manage it starting Dec. 1. Purosky, who will work 30 hours a week, has a master's degree in library and information science from Wayne State University.
Q&A with Judge Damon J. Keith: Judge Damon J. Keith discusses his his life and new book.