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During World War II Turing worked at the secret Bletchley Park code-breaking center, where he helped crack Nazi Germany’s secret codes

Michigan’s national runner-up baseball team will open the 2020 season by participating in the MLB4 tournament Feb. 14-16 in Scottsdale, Arizona.

More than 8,200 teens and young adults are starting work this summer under the Grow Detroit’s Young Talent program

Greetings, Friends! Last Friday, I was fortunate to spend the day in Kalamazoo attending the Big Provincial Gathering (BPG) along with a few hundred other Episcopalians from our Province V! As a re…

A local English teacher is exploring the etymology of popular slang in a podcast called "Words In The Middle"

This weekend marked the first time the recovering IndyCar star drove a car since his violent crash in August at Pocono Raceway.

Ross Perot was a heroic figure around the world and GM's 1984 purchase of Electronic Data Systems was part of his legacy, although not his most successful moment.

The Japanese premium brand's sexiest car is about to go topless. Lexus says it's coming "in the near future," but judging by the prototype, it looks set to arrive very, very soon.

While the number of light trucks rose slightly last month, the number of unsold cars fell to its lowest point since November 2011.

The 2014 NTT IndyCar Series champion is still fifth in the standings despite so many mishaps.

The 2017 IndyCar Series champion hit the wall inside the top five with four laps remaining on the Streets of Toronto.

The final streetcar on Detroit's original Woodward Avenue line ran on April 8, 1956. To commemorate the ghosts of transit past, here's a nostalgic look back at the history of Detroit's streetcar system. Be sure to check out our piece on what Detroit's learned (or hasn't learned) in the 60 years since streetcars were an everyday occurrence
This slideshow would have been impossible to make without the kind forbearance of the Walter P. Reuther Library at Wayne State University. You can see these…

A 13-year-old boy drowned in Lake Michigan this weekend after drifting from the shore of a South Haven beach.

Gordon Beckham has more home runs and RBIs at Kauffman Stadium than at any ballpark he hasn’t called home. Still, for all the good-natured ribbing he has taken from teammates for not being a big power hitter this season, his drive over the Tigers’ bullpen beyond the

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A group of several hundred nurses at Beaumont Hospital of Royal Oak are opposing attempts by other nurses to unionize the hospital.

More than 450 cyclists competed for a share of $40,000 in prizes at the third annual Detroit Cycling Championship

Detroit Tigers try to avoid sweep against Kansas City Royals at Kauffman Stadium