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The white smoke appeared on Wednesday, signaling the conclave had chosen Argentinian Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio to be the new head of the Catholic Church.
The Michigan senator won his first seat in 1978.
Patch Ad Manager Susanne Spruit has earned the PROPS award from the company.
Two Fenton residents have died after experiencing flu-like symptoms this month.
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People from all over have been talking about the I-96 shooter on social media after an incident Monday morning near I-96 and US 23.
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The single family home has 3,512 square feet.
The legislation strengthens penalties for first- and second-degree child abuse, creating additional penalties for additional offenses of child abuse.
Mitt Romney, Herman Cain and Newt Gingrich will remain in Michigan Thursday.
Local brewery appears at Michigan Brewers' Guild event in Detroit's Eastern Market.
Here is a roundup of the region's news for Friday, April 22.
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