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Browns Tackle Thomas Injured, Misses First Play As Pro

October 22, 2017
Browns Tackle Thomas Injured, Misses First Play As Pro

By Tom Withers CLEVELAND (AP) — The Browns’ iron man was forced from the field. Joe Thomas, who has been the one thing Cleveland could count on during a decade of losing, missed the first play of his 11-year NFL career on Sunday with an injured left triceps. The offensive tackle had been on the [...]

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Michigan’s First Lady Holds Annual Summit Against Sexual Assault On Campuses

September 25, 2017
Michigan’s First Lady Holds Annual Summit Against Sexual Assault On Campuses

YPSILANTI (WWJ) — Michigan’s First Lady Sue Snyder headlined another statewide summit on sexual assault today — this time at Eastern Michigan University. As part of her third annual statewide summit on sexual assault on campus, Michigan First Lady Sue Snyder said there needs to be an additional focus beyond supporting victims, specifically the need for [...]

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White Sox Pound Tigers, Win First Season Series Since 2008

September 17, 2017
White Sox Pound Tigers, Win First Season Series Since 2008

By Noah Trister DETROIT (AP) — Matt Davidson and Nicky Delmonico homered, Tim Anderson had four hits and the Chicago White Sox beat Detroit 10-4 on Saturday night, winning the season series with the Tigers for the first time since 2008. The White Sox have won 10 of 18 against Detroit this year. The teams [...]

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Lions Make Mess Of First Quarter Of Season [VIDEO]

September 10, 2017
Lions Make Mess Of First Quarter Of Season [VIDEO]

By: Will Burchfield @burchie_kid Defense excluded, the first quarter of the Lions’ season couldn’t have gone much worse. Matthew Stafford was intercepted on his first throw as the highest-paid player in the NFL. Cardinals cornerback Justin Bethel took it back 82 yards for a touchdown. Stafford was targeting Golden Tate on a crossing pattern, but [...]

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Giants WR Beckham Hurts Leg In First Half Against Browns

August 22, 2017
Giants WR Beckham Hurts Leg In First Half Against Browns

By Tom Withers CLEVELAND (AP) — The New York Giants’ exhibition season has gotten serious. Star wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. hurt his left leg during Monday night’s game against Cleveland when he took a legal-but-questionable hit on the knee from Browns cornerback Briean Boddy-Calhoun. Beckham, one of the NFL’s best players, caught an 18-yard [...]

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American Girl’s First Native Hawaiian Doll Set To Go On Sale

August 20, 2017
American Girl’s First Native Hawaiian Doll Set To Go On Sale

HONOLULU (AP) — American Girl has made its first Native Hawaiian doll. The doll’s name is Nanea Mitchell and she goes on sale Monday. The doll is 18 inches (46 centimeters) tall and is priced at $ 115. Her character grows up during World War II. Her wardrobe includes 1940s-era outfits, hula attire and many [...]

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First Look At The Ice In Little Caesars Arena [PHOTO]

August 17, 2017
First Look At The Ice In Little Caesars Arena [PHOTO]

By: Evan Jankens @kingofthekc Olympia Entertainment announced Wednesday the activities surrounding the opening of Little Caesars Arena. Thursday we got our first look at the ice inside of LCA. The Detroit Red Wings tweeted out the following photos, giving fans a taste of what to expect. First ice at @LCA_Detroit. #LGRW pic.twitter.com/QSSJP4JeFf — Detroit Red [...]

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Detroit’s Black Slate Endorses First White Candidate In Organization History

August 2, 2017
Detroit’s Black Slate Endorses First White Candidate In Organization History

DETROIT (WWJ) – The influential Detroit-based organization Black Slate announcing the endorsement of a white candidate for mayor for the first time in its history and it’s causing some push-back from supporters of some black candidates. The Black Slate, which helped elect Mayor Coleman Young back in 1973, is throwing support behind incumbent Mayor Mike [...]

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Boyd Shines In First Start As A Dad, With Mom Unusually In Crowd

July 30, 2017
Boyd Shines In First Start As A Dad, With Mom Unusually In Crowd

By: Will Burchfield @burchie_kid Early Thursday morning, just a few minutes before 3:00, Matthew Boyd drove his wife Ashley to the hospital. She would soon give birth to their first child, a healthy girl named Meira. Early Saturday evening, just a few minutes after 6:00, Boyd took the mound at Comerica Park. He would soon [...]

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Detroit Is The First Stop On NAACP’s Listening Tour To Plan Future

July 23, 2017
Detroit Is The First Stop On NAACP’s Listening Tour To Plan Future

By Jesse J. Holland, Associated Press DETROIT (AP) – The NAACP announced on Saturday it would embark on a nationwide listening tour to talk to its local members and help figure out what the future of the nation’s oldest civil rights organization should be. The announcement came at the beginning of its 108th national convention [...]

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