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Thunderstorms on Monday left much of the metropolitan Detroit suburb of Warren, Mich., under water. Multiple cities in the area have declared a state of emergency.
Theodore Wafer was found guilty in a Detroit court on all counts for the death of unarmed teenager Renisha McBride.
In 1932, Democrat John Dingell Sr. won a House seat; his son, John Jr., won that seat in 1955; in 2014, John Jr.’s wife is running for it.
I spilled ranch dressing all over my lips.
If she’s the best, she’s from the Midwest.
Theodore Wafer, 55, is charged with the murder of 19-year-old Renisha McBride in a Detroit suburb.
The 18-year-old pregnant woman was found strangled in the trunk of the suspect’s car a day after her boyfriend’s beheaded body was discovered in a park. The suspect fatally shot himself while fleeing the police.
Murdering fireflies to make face paint.
Because the best part of a sandwich is the middle.
With a trial court ruling on hold, Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder says that the same-sex couples who married over the weekend have legal marriages but that the state will not recognize them currently.
After District Court Judge Bernard Friedman found Michigan’s ban on same-sex couples’ marriage unconstitutional on March 21, dozens of couples flocked to local Courthouses to get married. Update — March 22, 5:20 p.m. ET: A federal appeals court put weddings on hold while it reviews the state’s request to stop same-sex marriages.
“[R]egardless of whoever finds favor in the eyes of the most recent majority, the guarantee of equal protection must prevail,” Judge Bernard Friedman writes in ruling that allows same-sex couples to marry. Update: After a day of same-sex weddings, a federal appeals court put weddings on hold until at least Wednesday.
No, we don’t go cow tipping.
After college, as my friends left Michigan for better opportunities, I was determined to help fix this broken, chaotic city by building my own home in the middle of it. I was 23 years old.
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A stunning photo of a Lake Michigan lighthouse in St. Joseph, Michigan getting passed around the internet today was taken a year ago.
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Theodore Wafer will stand trial for the fatal shooting of Renisha McBride on his front porch. He says he thought his home was being broken into when he accidentally discharged his shotgun.
Testimony was heard to decide if Theodore Wafer will face trial for shooting Renisha McBride through a locked screen door after she was banging on his door in early morning hours.
Why do you have gloves on? It’s 40 degrees out.
On Tuesday Detroit became the largest American city ever to qualify for bankruptcy.
Mostly being able to use your hands as maps.
The Greatest State There Is.
Theodore P. Wafer, 54, faces charges of second-degree murder and manslaughter in the death of 19-year-old Renisha McBride.
“I’m in the middle,” U.S. District Judge Bernard Friedman said. Updated.
Between now and the end of October, advocates for marriage equality hope to make significant advances — involving lawsuits or lawmakers in at least seven states. Here’s what you need to know.