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Doug Anderson, a high-flying forward from the University of Detroit Mercy, capped his college career on Thursday night by easily winning the dunk contest at McCamish Pavilion in Atlanta to begin Final Four weekend festivities. The 6-foot-6 senior from...
Michael J. Roarty, a retired marketing executive who helped build Anheuser-Busch beer brands into international powerhouses, died at a hospital in a St. Louis suburb Saturday, a day after suffering a heart attack. He was 84. Roarty had been...
Jerome Horwitz, a medical researcher at Wayne State University in Detroit, had spent more than a decade developing a drug he hoped would work against cancer. But the compound failed to help the lab mice he tested it on, so in 1970 he "dumped it on the...
Rep. Thaddeus McCotter joins the GOP race on July 4th weekend -- patriotic, yes, media-savvy, maybe notTop of the TicketThaddeus McCotter Republican of Michigan announces his campaign for president, but the national media is otherwise engaged....
Sports Legend Revealed: The Philadelphia Warriors drafted Wilt Chamberlain while he was still in high schoolThe Fabulous ForumBASKETBALL LEGEND: The Philadelphia Warriors drafted Wilt Chamberlain while he was still in high school. STATUS: Effectively True, Technically False. In 1971, the United States Supreme Court heard the case of Haywood v. National Basketball Association,...
Gus Cifelli NFL, college football star Gus Cifelli, 84, a tackle who played on three national championship teams at Notre Dame and helped the Detroit Lions to the 1952 National Football League title, died of natural causes March 26 at William Beaumont...
Detroit Free PressDick Vitale got emotional Thursday as he talked about the disease that will bring him together tonight with Tom Izzo, Adreian Payne and a 7-year-old from St. Johns who is battling it. "This is my life," said Vitale, 73, the longtime ESPN college...
Niles Daily Star, Mich.Gov. Rick Snyder on Thursday appointed Arthur Cotter, of St. Joseph, to the 5th District Court in Berrien County. The appointment fills the vacancy created by the resignation of Judge Angela M. Pasula, who was elected to the circuit court. "Arthur...
South Bend TribuneArt Cotter’s days as Berrien County prosecutor are numbered, following Gov. Rick Snyder’s appointment of Cotter to a county judge post. Snyder notified Cotter of his appointment Thursday. The county prosecutor the last 6½ years, Cotter will...
Oakland University is the latest school to change conferences, announcing Tuesday that it will move from the Summit League to replace Loyola in the Horizon League. Oakland, which is located in southeast Michigan, will officially join the Horizon...
SOUTHFIELD — Size and physicality are two nice qualities to have for any defenseman in hockey. Those two qualities are what Petoskey senior Nick Trombley hopes to bring to the Lawrence Technological University men’s hockey roster this fall....
The American College of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons will announce Dr. Charles Hasse of Irvine as its new president at the group's annual scientific conference in Scottsdale, Ariz., next week. Hasse, a surgeon at Hoag Hospital and director of the...
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