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3 bronze plaques stolen from St. Johns Marsh

Posted: 02/04/2008 - The Times Herald of Port Huron says the theft was discovered January 24 by Ralph Kandt, a leader of the conservation effort who helped install the markers on the field stone memorial. It's suspected the thieves wanted the metal for scrap.

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24 Michigan colleges launch jobs portal

Posted: 02/01/2008 - The Michigan Higher Education Recruitment Consortium has gathered more than 1,200 job postings at 24 state colleges and universities in a new online portal.

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Schools close as Michigan readies for up to 13 inches of snow

Posted: 02/01/2008 - At least 30 schools in southeastern Michigan canceled Friday's classes in anticipation of the storm, which was pushing in from the west. Light snow was beginning to fall by 1 a.m. in wide areas of the state.

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Jackson schools suspend boy, 11, in bus attack on girl, 10

Posted: 02/01/2008 - District transportation director Craig Frazier says officials reviewed a tape of Tuesday's incident, which happened after the bus left Dibble Elementary School. He says officials then gave the boy a 15-day suspension.

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U-M honors security officer for finding stolen signs

Posted: 02/01/2008 - The university says the guard spotted an electric sign in the window of an off-campus apartment. University spokeswoman Diane Brown says the sign was stolen from a dorm cafe in 2005.

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Federal judge sides with "Honk for Peace" activists

Updated: 05/13/2013 - U.S. District Judge Denise Page Hood ruled Thursday that the city of Ferndale must stop its practice of arresting peace protesters who encourage passing motorists to honk in support, and of ticketing motorists who honk.

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Man charged with setting sister's house on fire

Posted: 02/01/2008 - Police say the 39-year-old Crews used gasoline and diesel fuel to start the Wednesday fire at the home of his 41-year-old sister, Dawn Crews. Neither Dawn Crews nor her two children were inside the house at the time.

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Schembechler might get own official day in Michigan

Posted: 01/31/2008 - A state House committee on Thursday approved a bill that would designate the date of the University of Michigan's first home football game each season Bo Schembechler Day.

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Granholm says Detroit mayor's TV apology was "agonizing"

Posted: 01/31/2008 - Kilpatrick on Wednesday night apologized to his wife, children and Detroit residents for events surfacing from a text messaging sex scandal. Granholm says she appreciated hearing Kilpatrick talk about how the work of the city will go on.

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Detroit mayor back in office after pleading for forgiveness

Posted: 01/31/2008 - In last night's emotional but carefully worded televised speech, Kilpatrick avoided direct mention of racy text messages that appear to contradict his sworn denials of an affair with Chief of Staff Christine Beatty.

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Tougher ID rules on citizenship taking effect at U.S. border

Posted: 01/31/2008 - A federal official says new rules for the types of identification U.S. or Canadian citizens must present to cross into the country shouldn't cause significant delays and won't be strictly enforced at first.

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DNA hit leads to man's trial in 1983 rape-slaying

Posted: 01/30/2008 - Thanks to advances in DNA testing, an imprisoned sex offender is on trial in Ann Arbor in the May 23rd, 1983, rape-slaying of an Eastern Michigan University student.

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