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Detroit, Michigan is located in Wayne County. Zip codes in Detroit, MI include 48275, 48201, and 48214. The median home price in Detroit is $12,500 which is roughly $39/per square foot. More Detroit information.

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3 hrs ago | The Detroit News

Detroit city councilman arraigned on drunken driving charges

Southfield -- A Detroit city councilman is facing potential jail time on charges tied to a June arrest over suspicion he was driving drunk.

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3 hrs ago | CBS Local

Fund To Help Struggling Detroit Water Customers, Flood Cleanup

Detroit residents with unpaid water bills and others looking at an expensive cleanup from recent flooding will get some help from $2 million contributed by the Michigan Health Endowment Fund.

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7 hrs ago | MLive.com

Pope Francis sends Detroit archbishop condolence letter on death of Cardinal Szoka

Pope Francis on Thursday sent a letter offering condolences to Detroit Archbishop Allen Vigneron after the death of Cardinal Edmund Casimir Szoka.

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9 hrs ago | Examiner.com

Young puppy killed during armed robbery in Detroit

According to Tuesday's publication of the Detroit Free Press , a $2,500 reward has been offered by the Michigan Humane Society for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the individuals responsible for a vicious attack which left a young puppy dead in Detroit, Mich., earlier this week.

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10 hrs ago | ClickOnDetroit

Three Detroiters arrested in Ferguson protests

NBC News reports Missouri Highway Patrol Capt. Ron Johnson said early Friday that three of those arrested were from Detroit and the rest from the St. Louis area.

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14 hrs ago | CBS Local

Police Search Detroit's West Side For Suspected Robbers Who Shot At Officers

Detroit police have surrounded a west side neighborhood Friday morning in search of three robbery suspects who apparently fired shots at officers.

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16 hrs ago | Detroit Free Press

Wave of flood lawsuits may hit metro Detroit next

Destroyed property from the August 11 flood sits on the curb on Edward Avenue as it rains in Madison Heights, MI on August 19, 2014.

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Thu Aug 21, 2014

Detroit News

Big Sean makes big impression on Detroit schoolkids

Detroit rapper Big Sean has certainly played to bigger audiences, but he's never appeared before a more important one than on Thursday morning.

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The Detroit News

Detroit, Grosse Pointe Park reach deal to remove farmers market barricade

A farmers market is usually a welcome addition to most Metro Detroit communities.

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Metro Times

There's still time to fight hunger in metro Detroit this summer

As we announced earlier this summer in our Side Dish column, Gleaners Community Food Bank of Southeastern Michigan teamed up with the Charter One Foundation for this year's annual Hunger-Free Summer campaign.

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MLive.com

Even working 15-hour days, Metro Detroit garbage haulers struggle to clear flood debris

A week after massive floods hit Metro Detroit, garbage crews are working 15-hour days to haul away water-damaged debris lining residential streets.

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CBS Local

Flood Assistance Available For Metro Detroit Veterans

The Michigan Veterans Affairs Agency is reminding veterans in metro Detroit that assistance is available for those who have emergency needs related to last week's flooding.

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Detroit Free Press

Coming to terms with gentrification in Detroit

Graffiti still scars the windows of an unrenovated building on Capitol Park. Residents were given one month to vacate earlier this year.

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Wed Aug 20, 2014

The Detroit News

Metro Detroit to get $750K to repair roads, bridges damaged by flooding

The U.S. Department of Transportation gave $750,000 in emergency relief money Wednesday to Michigan to help pay for repairing Metro Detroit roads and bridges damaged Aug. 11 by rain and flooding.

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Detroit Free Press

Packard owner settles land disputes, expects to fire up cranes next month

The Packard Plant ruins on Detroit's east side could soon be buzzing with construction cranes as the plant's Spanish-born owner launches the opening phase of his ambitious redevelopment project.

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Detroit News

HopCat plans festivities for upcoming Midtown Detroit opening

HopCat's Midtown location is set to open on Nov. 15 with live music and a record-breaking tap take over.

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MLive.com

Batman v. Superman in Detroit: Downriver city confirms Zack Snyder will likely shoot there...

Downriver appears ready to be part of the "Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice" filming that's been happening all over Metro Detroit this summer.

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Detroit Free Press

Ex-Bishop Foley High teacher accused of sex with student waives hearing

A former teacher at a Detroit-area high school charged with having sex with a 15-year-old student has waived her right to a probable-cause hearing.

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Detroit Free Press

Six arrested in shooting incident in Harper Woods

A group of people arrested in connection with a shooting incident in Harper Woods on Saturday night now faces charges.

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Battle Creek Enquirer

Frustrations rise over festering flood debris on metro Detroit curbs

Richard Moffett, 56 of Detroit and Demetrius Gill, 24 of Warren help carry out. to the growing pile of trash, a water damaged bookcase from the basement of Cheryl Woods home on Faust in Detroit on Tuesday, August 19, 2014.

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