Tom Brady retires, insisting this time it's for good

Detroit News at noon: Bernie Sanders, Zika and snow

The Detroit News

Today is Thursday, February 25, 2016, and it's snowing. Some areas in northern Oakland County reported as much as a foot of snowfall. Maybe you're dealing with power outages. Maybe your kids are home from school today (lucky; there are no snow days in a newsroom). Maybe you drove to work through the snow and now you are wondering how much longer you are going to have to deal with this. Well, we've got all the up-to-date information you want about this winter storm.

Adam Zetouna, 6, of West Bloomfied, rolls up the head of a snowman with his siblings, Megan, 13, Gabriel, 11, and Noah 2, in front of their West Bloomfield home.

There's plenty more happening in and around Detroit. Here's your roundup:

Where gunfire happens most in Detroit

Zika virus in Michigan

The political machine moves into Michigan

  • Bernie Sanders is headed to Flint today for a campaign event with the city's residents. The Democratic presidential candidate is following in competitor Hillary Clinton's footsteps and will highlight the water crisis. Get the details here

Democratic presidential candidate, Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt. speaks in Columbia, S.C. At first blush, many Americans like the idea of “Medicare for all,” the government-run health system that’s a rallying cry for Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders. But mention some of the trade-offs, from higher taxes to giving up employer coverage, and supports starts to shrivel.

A new parking garage may be coming downtown

Happening in sports

And then there was one

The lighter side

Does the SS stand for Super Sport, or Super Sleeper?  Is it a future NASCAR Hall-of-Famer?

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