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Justin Rogers of The Detroit News answers readers questions in his weekly Lions mailbag.
Carney's perseveres as neighborhood bar as the Flats changes (photos)
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DeShone Kizer on LeBron James saying Deshaun Watson should be the Browns' QB: 'That has nothing to do with me'
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Free agent Carlos Santana expected to reject $17.4 million qualifying offer from Cleveland Indians
Boston and Seattle have shown interest in former Indians first baseman turned free agent Carlos Santana.
Children’s Trust still advocating for kids, 15 years after inception
The Children’s Trust runs more than 200 programs to better the lives of children from birth on. Amigos for Kids helping to prevent child abuse.
Health, wealth, housing disparities evident in Cuyahoga County Council districts, report shows
Disparities among the haves and have-nots in Cuyahoga County are shown in stark detail in profiles of Council's 11 districts.
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