Michigan Muslims to advocate at Capitol, hear top officials

Bill to create mental health hotline advances in Michigan

U.S. announces charges against WikiLeaks' founder Julian Assange

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Person shot, wounded by SWAT team serving warrant in Indiana

Sears to set to open first batch of smaller stores

New Jersey stops training police dogs to sniff out weed

Police identify skull of 2014 Craigslist killing victim

Michigan officials planning controlled fires this spring

Panel: Discipline case against Indiana AG should proceed

Conor McGregor announces retirement on social media

Trump talks to GM CEO about Ohio plant closure

Severe weather week aims to prep Hoosiers for severe storms

Changes proposed to bail system that jails poor defendants

Ethiopian Airlines says analysis of flight recorders begins

Indiana troopers have ticketed 200-plus over left lane law

Trump signed Bibles. Heresy? Many religious leaders say no

Michigan man gets celebratory telegram 50 years after graduating

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Diver who helped save Thai soccer team is rescued from Tennessee cave

The man, Josh Bratchley, was retrieved safely by Edd Sorenson, another famous rescue diver, who said Bratchley's expertise likely saved his life.

Man who brought gas cans into St. Patrick's Cathedral purchased one-way ticket to Italy

Marc Lamparello, 37, of New Jersey, was charged Thursday with attempted arson, reckless endangerment and trespassing.

Partner of Minneapolis officer who killed woman says he feared ambush

"With the thump and being startled, I went straight to, 'This could be an ambush,'" Officer Matthew Harrity testified in the trial of Mohamed Noor.

Man charged after carrying gas cans into New York’s St. Patrick’s Cathedral

A PhD candidate and adjunct professor from New Jersey has been charged with attempted arson, reckless endangerment and trespassing after trying to bring gasoline and lighter fluid into New York City’s St. Patrick’s Cathedral.

Older Americans given measles vaccine as children may need another dose

A Detroit man says he recently got the measles, even though he thought he'd been properly vaccinated as a child. He’s now urging people age 62 and younger to check the CDC advice to make sure they are fully immunized.