National
  • Mar 02

    Suh Set To Test Free Agency?

    by: Quinn Klinefelter

    The Detroit Lions are allowing the team’s top defensive player to test the open market in search of a new contract. Team officials say they will not use the so-called "franchise tag" on Ndamukong Suh.


  • Feb 25

    Lincoln Park Model Mother Aims at Ms. America Title

    by: Quinn Klinefelter

    This week WDET is examining the downriver community of Lincoln Park. The city has one export in particular that is set to make waves nationally – a beauty pageant contestant who’s earned the title Ms. Michigan. (photo by Dawn Uhl-Zifilippo)


  • Feb 20

    Dangerous Cold Grips Metro Detroit, Midwest

    by: Quinn Klinefelter

    Record cold temperatures are freezing portions of the nation’s mid-section. It’s the frostiest weather some states have felt in more than a century.


  • Feb 19

    White House Says GOP Schools Plan Will Hurt Detroit

    by: Quinn Klinefelter

    Congress is weighing changes to the No Child Left Behind Act, as officials debate renewing the legislation that provides federal funding for elementary and high schools.


  • Feb 12

    Michigan GOP US House Members Split On Pipeline Vote

    by: Quinn Klinefelter

    Some Metro Detroit Republican members of Congress are praising the US House for authorizing the construction of a controversial oil pipeline.


  • Feb 05

    Jeb Bush Strikes A Presidential Pose In Detroit

    by: Quinn Klinefelter

    Former Florida Governor and potential presidential candidate Jeb Bush says Democratic policies are limiting the nation’s economic growth and holding-back middle-class American families. Bush delivered the remarks during a speech before the Detroit Economic Club.


  • Feb 04

    Rosa Parks Exhibit Opens at the Library of Congress

    by: Adrienne Roberts

    February 4, 2015 marks what would be Rosa Parks’ 102nd birthday. The Library of Congress in Washington D.C. is celebrating her legacy by opening up a collection of her manuscripts and photographs to researchers.


  • Feb 04

    2015 Looking Good For Auto Sales So Far

    by: Pat Batcheller

    GM, Toyota, Ford, Nissan, FCA, and Honda all saw sales increases in what is usually a slow month.


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