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In a much-watched case, a Michigan agency has approved Nestlé's plan to boost the amount of water it takes from the state. The request attracted a record number of public comments — with 80,945 against and 75 in favor.

Updated at 1:52 a.m. ET Saturday

The suspect in the fatal shooting of two people at Central Michigan University is now in custody, the school said early Saturday.

Nineteen-year-old James Eric Davis Jr. was "seen and reported by an individual on a train passing through the north end of campus shortly after midnight. Law enforcement personnel responded and arrested the suspect without incident," the university said.

While on holiday in Rome five years ago, Devon Akmon, director of the Arab American National Museum in Dearborn, Mich., took a food tour in a neighborhood known for its culinary traditions. He walked around for hours, tasting samples and hearing the personal stories of shop owners. That experience sparked the idea of establishing walking food tours in metro Detroit, home to the largest concentrated Arab community in the United States.

When Stephen Bosio of Pasadena, Calif., fed his 9-month-old son a pasty, the act felt, by his assessment, more important than it should have.

"Teddy is a fifth generation pasty-eating man," Stephen told me.

Ohio and the Global Clean Energy Race

Apr 27, 2011

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid returned on Monday from from a week-long visit to China, after meeting with high-ranking Chinese officials. Reid came back impressed by advances China was making with clean energy. He stated... “China isn’t investing so heavily in clean energy just because it’s good for the environment - it’s doing so because it’s good for the economyâ€? (AFP).

Detroit's Urban Flight Crisis

Apr 26, 2010

The crisis of Detroit, Michigan: issues of downsizing, urban planning, and neighborhood and community development, with Detroit News Business/Economy reporter Louis Aguilar and “Data Driven Detroitâ€? director Kurt Metzger.

OSU-Michigan ticket prices soaring

Nov 14, 2006

MATT COLAHAN IS BUSIER THAN NORMAL THIS WEEK. MUCH BUSIER. HE'S THE MANAGER OF TICKETS GALORE IN DUBLIN, A BROKER THAT SPECIALIZES IN THE RESALE OF OHIO STATE FOOTBALL TICKETS. HE SAYS THE SUCCESS OF BOTH OSU AND MICHIGAN THIS YEAR HAS MADE THE DEMAND FOR TICKETS GREATER THAN HE'S SEEN IN HIS FIFTEEN YEARS AT THE BUSINESS. BUT HE SAYS THE PRICE OF AN AVERAGE TICKET IS LOWER THAN YOU MIGHT THINK.