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    American Heart Association to Host Two Walks in Southeast Michigan
    It is time to take control of your health and get walking. The southeast Michigan American Heart Association is set to host the Washtenaw County…
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    Wayne State President and Mayor Duggan to hold summit on health equity in Detroit
    Wayne State University, in partnership with the City of Detroit, will host the inaugural Mayor’s Summit on Health Equity on May 2-3 on Wayne State’s…
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    Chapman Jewelry and Gifts: Four generations strong
    For the record, the Chapman men didn’t just up and decide to open a jewelry store one day. Chapman Jewelry and Gifts, now located at…
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    Save trees while you pay your bills
    The easiest way you can help protect our environment is to sign up for eBill Paperless Billing from DTE Energy. You see, DTE has planted…

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    NATIONAL NEWS

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    Senators Introduce Reworked Criminal Justice Reform Bill, But Does It Go Far Enough?
    The effort to overhaul the criminal justice system has received a major boost from a group of senators on both sides of the aisle. On Thursday, Republicans and Democrats announced the details of a reworked criminal justice reform bill that previously stalled last November. Some of the legislation remains unchanged, such as giving judges the discretion to give lesser […]
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    John Boehner Rips Ted Cruz, Calls Him “Lucifer In The Flesh”
    Former House Speaker John Boehner is no fan of Texas Senator Ted Cruz. Boehner blasted Cruz during a forum at Stanford University in California Wednesday night, likening him to the devil. Audio recorded at the event captured the former Speaker of the House answering a question about Cruz, calling the GOP presidential hopeful “Lucifer in the flesh.” Boehner also […]

    BUSINESS

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    Steps to help you improve your financial life
    April is National Financial Literacy Month – a reminder to us all as this month closes that, whether you support yourself or an entire family,…
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    23rd Annual Women’s Power Breakfast provides nutritious meals for hungry students
    Gerry Brisson, Andra Rush, Nancy Schlichting and Faye Nelson Imagine over hearing a child tell another student he hasn’t had a meal since yesterday’s lunch.…

    LIFESTYLE

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    FAB OR FUG: Ezekiel Elliott Ready For The Dallas Heat In Crop Top Style
    Ohio State running back Ezekiel Elliott exuded eclectic style.
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    Black Women Beware: Are Our Hair Products Killing Us?
    By 2017, the Black hair care industry is estimated to reach $500 billion - are we fueling an industry that is killing black women?

    ENTERTAINMENT

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    The Must-See Moments From Day 1 Of Beyonce’s Formation World Tour
    Yesterday was a great day for the BeyHive.
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    Beyonce Gets A Beautiful Pre-Concert Kiss From Her Daughter Blue Ivy
    Beyonce's family life is better than ever.

    SPORTS

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    Super Bowl or bust: Gov. Deal going extra mile to attract big games to Atlanta
    ATLANTA — Fresh off the nationally-embarrassing “religious freedom bill” debacle that threatened to derail Atlanta as one of the nation’s premiere destinations for corporations, movies…
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    UGA head coach not pleased with Ludacris contract involving condoms and alcohol
    The Georgia Bulldogs football head coach was not happy that The University of Georgia agreed to pay performer Ludacris $65,000 and provide candy, condoms and…

    PRAISE CONNECT

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    Clergy and churches launch new DRIVE initiative
    Over 50 congregations were represented at the Commitment Ceremony of the Detroit Regional Interfaith Voice for Equity (DRIVE) on Sunday afternoon, Jan. 31. Five hundred and fifty…
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    When faith meets action: Detroit pastors join together for massive donation to Flint
     The Bible says that faith without works is dead. Last week, a large group of Detroit pastors, led by Bishop Edgar Vann of Second Ebenezer…

    BLOG TALK

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    Jared Fogle Writes Creepy Letter From Prison, Downplays His Crimes
    Despite currently serving a 16-year prison sentence, former Subway spokesperson Jared Fogle is trying to downplay his sex crimes against children.
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    Black Man Subjected To Roadside Cavity Search In Broad Daylight
    The officers refused to believe Elijah Pontoon was not hiding any drugs on him and subjected him to a cavity search in broad daylight. A female officer searched Pontoon's girlfriend, Lakey Hicks, exposing her breasts.

    ACHIEVE

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    Osborn High School ‘Oprep’ robotics team takes lead
      Osborn College Preparatory Academy, a Detroit Public School located on Detroit’s east side under the leadership of Principal Senta Ray- Conley, robotics team, “The Knight Riders,” ranked…
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    Former Black college presidents launch education search firm
                  Four former Black College presidents announced today the launch of TM2 Education Search, which provides retained search and…

    LIVING WELL

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    ‘Project Formation’ Brings Free Personalized Boot Camp Training To Brooklyn
    Get in shape without spending your coins.
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    NAMI Mental Health Advocacy
    The word “advocate” has been tossed around quite a bit under the Capitol Dome over the years. So much so, I sometimes expect to see…

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