National
  • Oct 13

    Big Political Guns Are Targeting Michigan's Campaign Trail

    by: Quinn Klinefelter

    (photo by Dawn Uhl-Zifilippo) Some high-profile political figures -- with possible presidential aspirations for 2016 -- hit the campaign trail for candidates in Michigan this week.


  • Oct 06

    Running On Empty: States Fight For Road Salt

    by: Quinn Klinefelter

    States across the nation preparing for the coming winter season – including Michigan -- are finding a severe shortage of road salt.


  • Oct 06

    Buffalo Bills Give Detroit Lions The Boot

    by: Quinn Klinefelter
    The Detroit Lions were one kick away from a likely victory. Instead it was the Buffalo Bills that gave the Lions the boot
    

  • Oct 06

    Tigers An Early Out In AL Playoffs

    by: Quinn Klinefelter

    (photo by Dawn Uhl-Zifilippo) The Detroit Tigers season has come to a close after being swept by the Baltimore Orioles in the division round of the American League playoffs.


  • Oct 02

    Tigers Open Playoff Run, Hope Team Can Close Games

    by: Quinn Klinefelter

    The Detroit Tigers launch their bid for a World Series championship with Game One of the team’s playoff match-up against the Baltimore Orioles. (photo by Dawn Uhl-Zifilippo)


  • Oct 02

    Enterovirus Infects 25 In Michigan

    by: Pat Batcheller

    One patient, an infant, developed lower extremity paralysis. There's no vaccine, but common-sense prevention steps will help stop it from spreading.


  • Sep 30

    Government Leaders Urge US Government to Fund New Customs Plaza

    by: J. Carlisle Larsen

    All this week WDET is examining the new bridge which will serve as an important trade crossing between Windsor and Detroit. The New International Trade Crossing is moving ahead—on the Canadian side at least. But the U.S. still hasn’t allocated funds for a crucial aspect of the bridge: the Customs Plaza on the Detroit side. WDET’s J. Carlisle Larsen has this report.


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