Taco Bell is preparing to open Michigan’s first Cantina location, which serves alcohol.
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Free Press sports writers Dave Birkett and Carlos Monarrez share their thoughts after the Lions’ 30-28 exhibition loss to the Patriots on Friday, Aug. 25, 2017, at Ford Field.
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Taxi drivers and taxi companies in Detroit have been trying to compete against Uber and Lyft.
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Free Press columnist and author Mitch Albom is to appear on Oprah Winfrey’s “SuperSoul Sunday” on OWN about the 20th anniversary of the publishing of his best-selling memoir, “Tuesdays with Morrie,” and the lessons that still resonate.
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Detroiters D’Marco Craft and Michaele Jackson are suing the city of Detroit and two 5th precinct officers, claiming they were maced and beat up for no justifiable reason at an east side gas station in May.
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WTSP Meteorologist Bobby Deskins says Hurricane Harvey is not letting up as it heads toward the Texas coast.
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The Massachusetts woman who won the massive $758.7 million Powerball jackpot has quit her job at the hospital where she worked for three decades and says she wants to relax. (Aug. 24)
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Twitter debated the winners of the fight between New York Yankees catcher Austin Romine and Detroit Tigers slugger Miguel Cabrera during their Aug. 24 afternoon game.
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Desmond Ricks and his daughter Akilah Cobb discuss the impact of a wrongful incarceration on their lives. Ricks spent 25-years in prison for a murder he did not commit before being exonerated in June 2017.
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Michigan State named seniors Brian Allen and Chris Frey as captains, the first time Mark Dantonio has had just two Spartan captains.
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A look at the better hats from the MLB Players Weekend, Aug. 25-27, 2017. Video by Ryan Ford/DFP
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The Detroit Free Press/Chemical Bank Marathon will happen in downtown Detroit on Oct. 14-15.
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A business that serves as a restaurant, market and juice bar offering tastes of East Africa has been awarded $50,000 in a contest to reward entrepreneurs in Detroit.
Baobob Fare on Friday won the 2017 Comerica Hatch Detroit Contest . It comes with the prize money from Comerica Bank as well as $200,000 in pro bono services, including branding and design, social media advertising, architectural renderings and legal guidance.
Baobob Fare beat about 160 entrepreneurs in the contest. Owners are Burundi natives Nadia Nijimbere and Hamissi Mamba, who aim to help fill a gap relating to African fare and culture.
The contest started in 2011. Hatch Detroit is a Michigan nonprofit designed to support independent, retail businesses in Detroit and the enclaves of Highland Park and Hamtramck.
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