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2014 College Football Countdown: Michigan Wolverines

Jim Brandstatter, the voice of Michigan Wolverines Football, joined the Mitch Evans Experience to talk about the upcoming football season in Ann Arbor. Jim discusses the Maize and Blue’s chances to win the Big Ten, the hot seat of Brady Hoke, as well as the quarterback battle between Devin Gardner and Shane Morris among other topics. 7 more words

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2014 College Football Countdown: UNC Tar Heels and Duke Blue Devils

WTVD-TV sports director Mark Armstrong previews the 2014 football seasons for the North Carolina Tar Heels and Duke Blue Devils with Mitch Evans. Mark talks about the academic scandal at UNC, outlook for the football team in Larry Fedora’s third season as head coach, Duke’s chances at repeating their success from a surprising 2013 season, and how many wins he expects for the Wake Forest Demon Deacons and NC State Wolfpack. 7 more words

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Police Take 2 Men Into Custody On Drug Charges, Possible Questioning In Case Of Murdered Teen

WALES TWP., Mich. (WWJ) – Police took a registered sex offender and his son into custody in St. Clair County as the search goes on for the killer of 14-year-old April Millsap of Armada. 435 more words

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Diamond Diary: Indians 2, Mariners 0; Corey Kluber Notches First Career CG Shutout

CLEVELAND (92.3 The Fan) – Corey Kluber tossed his first career complete game shutout – limiting Seattle to three hits – as the Cleveland Indians bested Felix Hernandez and the Mariners, 2-0. 930 more words

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Search On For Suspect Who Allegedly Pulled Gun On Man In Midtown Subway Station

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Police on Wednesday were asking the public for help in finding a suspect who allegedly pulled a gun and tried to fire at a man in a Midtown East subway station, but ran off when the gun did not discharge. 140 more words

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Con Edison Launches Program To Combat Copper Theft

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — Con Edison has launched a program aimed at deterring copper wire thefts and protecting its equipment.

The utility is spraying identifying markings on copper and equipment that’s invisible to the naked eye but visible with a ultraviolet light. 292 more words

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