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$13M verdict against Detroit for crash

Posted: 12/18/2008 - Lawyers say a jury in Detroit has awarded $13 million to a child who suffered brain damage when he was struck by a city-owned car on Easter Sunday 2005.

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Michigan lawmakers huddle on smoking-ban legislation

Posted: 12/17/2008 - Michigan lawmakers huddled to see if they can compromise on a smoking ban in bars, restaurants and other work places but differences remain with the clock ticking toward year's end.

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No charges in Pinckney explicit photos case

Posted: 12/15/2008 - The Livingston County prosecutor says he won't file charges against students who distributed explicit cell phone pictures of a 14-year-old girl.

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Doctor and two others charged in painkiller scam

Posted: 12/15/2008 - Federal authorities in Detroit say three people, including a doctor and a pharmacist, were at the center of a painkiller scam in which people were paid $220 to undergo phony health exams.

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Michigan bill passed to cut down on illegal bottle redemption

Posted: 12/16/2008 - For thirty years, Michigan residents have paid 10 cents extra per bottle or can and redeemed the money in exchange for the bottle or can. The state boasts an impressive recycling record, but the deposit reward system also pays millions to out-of-state bottles.

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Foreign cars vandalized in Detroit suburb

Updated: 12/16/2008 - Lt. Robert Harabedian says the man punctured both passenger-side tires on a Toyota, a Volkswagen, a Honda, a Mazda and a Hyundai and wrote "Buy USA" on each car in marker.

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Court: Judge can preside over Meijer case

Posted: 12/13/2008 - A Benzie County judge has ruled another judge may continue overseeing a dispute between Acme Township officials and retail giant Meijer Inc.

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GM to cut 250,000 vehicles from 1Q production

Posted: 12/13/2008 - General Motors plans to cut 250,000 vehicles from its first-quarter production schedule by temporarily closing 21 factories across North America.

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UAW chief happy that Treasury may save industry

Posted: 12/13/2008 - United Auto Workers President Ron Gettelfinger says Republican senators who derailed a compromise bailout bill want workers and retirees to take on the whole cost of restructuring the U.S. auto industry.

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