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    Federal troops ride on a fire engine to protect the firefighters from snipers during the riots in Detroit, Michigan, July 27, 1967. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
    Federal troops ride on a fire engine to protect the firefighters from snipers during the riots in Detroit, Michigan, July 27, 1967. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
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Summer of '67

  • July 23, 1967

  • War is declared on Detroit - July 1967

  • Black or white - all businesses targeted by Detroit rioters in 67

  • 'When you have nothing, you can't lose anything'

  • The epicenter of the Detroit Riots: 12th and Taylor

  • Tigers in '67: a season put on hold

National News

  • President Donald Trump to make statement from White House on health care

  • Unemployed dad with face tattoo makes viral plea for work, rejects 45 offers

  • Driver charged in smuggling-related deaths of 10 immigrants

  • Recall issued for Bush's Baked Beans for defective cans

  • Mexicans, Guatemalans were in packed truck outside San Antonio Walmart, officials say; 9 dead

  • Texas man ordered to pay $65G in child support for kid who isn't his

Hall of Shame

  • Copycat contractor has criminal past, imitates Bloomfield business

  • Hall of Shame: Estate company only adds to grief, say victims

  • Businessman Robert Shumake comes to court - but not alone

  • Hall of Shame: Robert Shumake - big shot busted

  • Problem Solvers: The case of the no-show judge

  • Hall of Shame: Sports wear CEO strikes out

More Local News

  • Historical marker unveiled in remembrance of Detroit Riots

  • Elderly woman struck by car on Michigan Avenue

  • Family of Riot's youngest victim speaks on 50th anniversary

  • Mexicans, Guatemalans were in packed truck outside San Antonio Walmart, officials say; 9 dead

  • Detroiters reflect on Summer of '67 unrest

  • Troy police search for driver in road rage incident

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  • Tabasco releases hottest ever 'Scorpion Sauce' for limited time

  • Senior couple's engagement photos are proof that it's never too late to find love

Let it Rip

  • 50th anniversary of the 1967 Detroit rebellion

  • Let it Rip Weekend: "White Boy Rick" Wershe granted parole

  • The push to legalize pot in MI; Kid Rock for Senate

  • North Korea tension; personal data to stop voter fraud

  • Let It Rip Weekend: State senator social media post & Trump travel ban

  • The fireworks shootings and Detroit's violent label

Sports

  • SportsWorks: Dan Miller, Bob Wojnowski & Jamie Samuelsen

  • Iglesias, Boyd lead Tigers over Twins 9-6

  • Gibson starts strong, Twins hold on to beat Tigers, 6-5

  • Martinez goes deep twice, Tigers top Twins 6-3

  • Royals rout Tigers 16-4, set season highs for runs and hits

  • OJ Simpson granted parole

Fox 2 Mornings

  • New Billy Joel biography documents musical impact

  • 'Detroit' castmates volunteer at Gleaners, celebrate city's birthday

  • Free ice cream giveaway celebrating Detroit's 316th birthday

  • Jim Brady's Detroit offering half priced burgers every Monday

  • 'Detroit' actors hope 'realness' of the film educates, sparks conversation

  • Summer water safety

Chapter 10

  • The Detroit Cougars - celebrated in Belfast, forgotten in Motown

  • Dream Deferred: Detroit 1967 play tells stories from city's tumultuous time

  • Try Golf & Tennis for Free Day in Detroit is April 23

  • How Coleman Young got Joe Louis Arena built, and kept the Red Wings in Detroit

  • From Detroit's East Side to the Desert: The unlikely journey of Jalen Smereck

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

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