Detroit Free Press Michigan House GOP struggles to find support for income tax cut 2017-02-23T07:32:33.000000Z House plan would have cut state's 4.25% income tax to 3.9% over four years, but reduction was defeated on a 52-55 vote. How can Detroit honor Joe Louis? Hmm, let's see 2017-02-23T04:42:10.000000Z It seems like a little thing, but little things are the ones that fall through the cracks. Sterling Heights to allow new mosque to be built, settles lawsuits 2017-02-23T04:14:59.000000Z Sterling Heights reaches agreement with the Dept. of Justice and mosque Gearhead gals get under the hood, and show off, too 2017-02-23T03:52:58.000000Z More women than ever are participating in Autorama — and other car shows — as their achievements are recognized. Wednesday tied a record for heat; enjoy it through Friday 2017-02-23T01:55:13.000000Z Metro Detroiters saw a record-tying high of 65 today, but heavy thunderstorms could sweep through Friday Kalamazoo shooting victim Abigail Kopf seeks return to normalcy 2017-02-23T01:48:15.000000Z "They had their memorial event but we didn't want to be there," Abigail's father, Gene Kopf, said Wednesday. Trump move may renew transgender student debate 2017-02-23T00:59:52.000000Z The Obama administration last year issued guidance urging schools to protect the rights of transgender students Embattled Michigan jobless agency reassigns 21 managers 2017-02-23T00:51:04.000000Z Leaders at the embattled Unemployment Insurance Agency announced they are reassigning close to two dozen managers Man charged in Lansing pot dispensary break-in — again 2017-02-23T00:16:08.000000Z For the second time in three weeks, Ahmad Rashad Ross has been charged with breaking into a medical marijuana dispensary. Attorney for Blufin Sushi challenges racism allegations 2017-02-23T00:15:04.000000Z Attorney David Draper played a video footage for reporters that shows no physical assault took place.