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Thu04242014

Gov.Snyder Speaks at DAC: Picketers March

Against a backdrop of picketers, Gov. Rick Snyder stood alone on the stage -- save for a single chair -- at the Michigan Chronicle’s Pancakes and Politics breakfast at the Detroit Athletic Club on Thursday morning to address a receptive crowd of city and state officials, corporate leaders, entrepreneurs and educators. Snyder spoke frankly about a w

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David Whitney Building, Historic Detroit Skyscraper, Poised To Begin Redevelopment

 

Lovers of Detroit architecture, mark Thursday on your calendars. That's the day when members of Whitney Partners LLC, accompanied by Gov. Rick Snyder, will kick off the reconstruction of the city's historic David Whitney building.

The structure, completed in 1915, was designed by architect Daniel Burnham, who helped build Chicago's Montauk

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Dionne Warwick, down to $1,000 cash, files for bankruptcy

Los Angeles (CNN) -- Dionne Warwick, one of the most recognizable pop voices of 1960s, filed for bankruptcy last week citing more than $10 million in tax debt dating back to 1991.

Warwick, 72, made hits out of many Burt Bacharach and Hal David songs and won five Grammys in a 50-year career is down. But the singer is down her last $1,000 in cash and

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Mom to teenage son accused in baby shooting: 'I love you'

Brunswick, Georgia (CNN) -- Two teenage boys accused of shooting a baby in Brunswick, Georgia, made their first appearance in court on Monday, but they offered nothing in the way of explaining the strange and tragic case.

A 15-year-old, who is not being identified because of his age, and 17-year-old De'Marquise Elkins were charged with murder last

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