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Detroit City Council voted Tuesday to support plans by the Detroit Pistons to move downtown, but cautioned it wasn’t an endorsement of the complex deal that involves millions in tax breaks and promises of jobs for city residents.

Council gives ‘symbolic’ support for Pistons’ move
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yesterday at 23:00. Facebook
Alden Ehrenreich has taken control of the Millennium Falcon.

Shooting gets underway for Han Solo ‘Star Wars’ film
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yesterday at 22:35. Facebook
It seems like every year the Detroit Lions talk about the importance of a balanced offense only to have its ground game fall short of holding up its end of the bargain.

Size, speed at RB available for Lions in free agency
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yesterday at 22:00. Facebook
Michigan Congressional Democrats are calling on Republican Gov. Rick Snyder to halt plans to close up to 38 of the state’s worst performing schools by this summer, arguing for additional community dialogue before any closures.

Congressional Dems to Snyder: Stop school closures
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yesterday at 21:25. Facebook
A reward for information leading to a conviction in the fatal shooting of an Oakland County jogger has jumped to $12,500, Crime Stoppers of Michigan announced Tuesday afternoon.

Reward for fatal jogger shooting jumps to $12,500
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yesterday at 21:01. Facebook
The Los Angeles Lakers fired general manager Mitch Kupchak on Tuesday and put Magic Johnson in charge of basketball operations in a major shake-up of the struggling franchise’s front office.

Lakers fire Kupchak, put Magic in charge of hoops ops
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Many residents who testified in the nearly filled committee room said they worry that the new utility meters hurt their health and invade their privacy because they have no say in whether the company can install the particular kind of meter at their home unless they pay extra fees.

Michigan ‘smart meter’ hearing elicits health fears
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yesterday at 19:40. Facebook
More than two miles of track. More than 160 engines and 1,000 train cars. More than 13,000 pounds of plaster, with another half-ton coming. This is the Chi-Town Union Station, America’s largest O-scale model railroad:
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yesterday at 19:20. Facebook
It’s everywhere, the trade rumors and speculation of what might occur March 1, right on Brendan Smith’s phone.

Red Wings’ Smith can’t avoid swirling trade rumors
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yesterday at 17:50. Facebook
A man in his 20s, wanted by the U.S. Marshals Service and the Michigan Department of Corrections for sex crimes, was shot Tuesday morning on Detroit's west side after allegedly ramming a law enforcement vehicle, authorities said.

Suspect shot by U.S. Marshal
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yesterday at 17:45. Facebook
The Trump administration said it will try to deport almost all undocumented immigrants caught in the U.S., hire thousands more border patrol and immigration agents and begin building a wall along the Mexican border, enacting an immigration crackdown the president ordered on Jan. 25.

U.S. to expand pool of people targeted for deportation
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yesterday at 17:07. Facebook
The Russell Industrial Center is being closed, President Trump faces a government shutdown, on top of everything else, and Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan prepares for his State of the City address. Here's what we're following today:

News@noon: Healthy hippo; Duggan's State of the City
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yesterday at 16:40. Facebook
President Donald Trump on Tuesday denounced recent threats against Jewish community centers as “horrible” and “painful.” He said they are a “very sad reminder of the work that still must be done to root out hate and prejudice and evil.”

White House slams ‘hatred’ after Jewish center threats
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yesterday at 16:04. Facebook
Organizers want face time with their members of Congress to discuss the Trump administration’s plans to repeal the Affordable Care Act and the Republican president’s controversial ban on travelers and refugees, among other topics.

GOP lawmaker town halls face liberal discontent
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yesterday at 15:33. Facebook
The owners of a Chinese restaurant in Novi have closed the business, a year after five immigrants who were employees died in a house fire.

Restaurant closes a year after 5 workers die in fire
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yesterday at 15:02. Facebook
Russian wild boars have been described as Asian carp with legs, 200-pound marauders that dig up lawns, decimate crops, spread disease and kill livestock.

Hog farmers snort at Michigan’s boar ban
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Detroit officials on Monday ordered that the Russell Industrial Center close following a city inspection that claimed ordinance violations and other issues at the sprawling complex seen as a bustling artist hotspot amid urban decay.

Detroit’s Russell Industrial Center ordered closed
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yesterday at 12:45. Facebook
Sitting in his spacious corner office on the second floor of the Gibson-Nagurski Football Complex, Fleck talked about how his life has changed, taking over a program during a time of tension and recruiting, among other topics, in a one-on-one interview with The Detroit News.

Fleck’s goal: Elevate Gophers to ‘Minnesota elite’
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President Donald Trump complains regularly about what he calls “fake news.” What’s got some statisticians worried, though, is the risk of doctored economic data coming from the administration itself.

Number crunchers worried Trump will fudge economic data