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  • New jobs program in Detroit connects employees with employers

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  • Video released in alleged racial incident at Blufin Sushi

  • George W. Bush, Ken Holland, Mitch Albom and more honor Mike Ilitch at ceremony

  • Dan Gilbert proposal for Hudson site would build tallest building in Detroit

  • Golfing in Michigan in February: Mark Wahlberg's doing it, too

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  • Trump administration ends transgender bathroom guidance

  • Rochester Hills man finally answers unknown caller, learns he won $1M lottery

  • 7 Earth-size worlds found orbiting star; could hold life

  • Booby trapped trail reopens after runner's foot impaled on nail

  • Flint teen warns others after mysterious shirt was wrapped around her wiper blade

  • Mom shares heartbreaking photo of 10-year-old son fighting cancer

Hall of Shame

  • Hall of Shame: Sports wear CEO strikes out

  • From Fashion to Fascism - Local photographer scares models

  • Child rape victim terrified her attacker is back on the street

  • Michael Skupin sentenced to 1-4 years in prison

  • Child rape victim says she was never told her tormentor was paroled after 23 years

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  • Detroit Beats Cleveland State 91-83 Behind Jenkins, Hogan

  • Oakland Rips Through Youngstown State 101-72

  • WATCH: SVG & Drummond Talk Trade Deadline & Much More

  • SportsWorks: Dan Miller, Sean Baligian & John Niyo

Chapter 10

  • Wrap up 2016 by laughing at us! Our best miscues and mistakes

  • They ran for office, now they just run

  • Touring Detroit's progress, shortcomings from the seat of a pedal pub

  • Where government fails, ARISE prevails

  • No Payne, No Gain

  • Hipsters vs. Hippie: when generations collide

Let it Rip

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  • Let It Rip: President Trump scolds the media; The U.S. without immigrants

  • Open carry in Dearborn; a jail fail soccer deal?

  • Let It Rip Weekend: Should celebs express political views? And is football too dangerous for kids?

  • Temporary travel ban; Gorsuch for SCOTUS

  • Let It Rip: Should state close DPS schools on priority list

NAIAS

  • Detroit artist's work on display with Cars 3 exhibit at auto show

  • The Rock takes the cover off the all new Ford Mustang - by giving it away

  • NAIAS Car of the Year: Chevrolet Bolt EV

  • NAIAS Truck of the Year: Honda Ridgeline

  • NAIAS Utility Vehicle of the Year: Chrysler Pacifica

  • Top picks for Millennials at the auto show

What's hot

  • Golfing in Michigan in February: Mark Wahlberg's doing it, too

  • 'Fixer Upper' stars consider leaving Waco

  • Rochester Hills man finally answers unknown caller, learns he won $1M lottery

  • 7 Earth-size worlds found orbiting star; could hold life

  • Flint teen warns others after mysterious shirt was wrapped around her wiper blade

  • Walmart cashier pays for family's groceries

Fox 2 Mornings

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