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Coronavirus in Michigan: 26 new deaths reported Tuesday
Detroit added 91 new cases and four new deaths, and the rest of the county added 19 new cases and no new deaths on Tuesday.
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Suburban Detroit woman injured in home explosion
A woman who had just returned to her suburban Detroit home after two weeks away was injured when an explosion rocked the residence as she was turning on appliances, officials said. The explosion and subsequent fire could have been caused by a gas leak, the fire chief said.
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Suspect in custody for allegedly shooting another man on Detroit's west side
A 47-year-old man is accused of shooting another man early Tuesday on the city's west side, police said. Officials said the shooter went to the area to pick up a friend when a 46-year-old man allegedly approached and grabbed him. The man produced a gun and shot the victim.
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Detroit Three have new competitor in electric pickup war
Lordstown CEO Steve Burns says the Endurance will be the first to hit the all-electric pickup market. He plans to dominate the market segment even though he is taking on Ford Motor Co. and General Motors, which both plan to offer all-electric pickups in the future and which currently sell the No. 1 and No. 2 best-selling pickups in the nation, respectively.
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