News@noon: A Tuesday for Trump; a Harbaugh for Tigers

The Detroit News

Today is March 2, 2016, and it was a rough morning out there on the roads. Even worse, the snow isn't done with us yet. Before you up and move to Florida or some other (warmer) place, check out the news you should know.

Detroit history on the auction block

A Super Tuesday for Trump, Clinton

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks at a campaign rally in Baton Rouge, La. Eyebrows shot up when Sarah Palin used a salty acronym, WTF, to mock the policies of President Barack Obama in 2011. How quaint. Five years later, Trump has blown right past acronyms in a profanity-laced campaign for the Republican nomination that has seen multiple candidates hurl insults and disparaging remarks at one another and their critics.

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks at a rally during a campaign event on Super Tuesday in Miami on March 1, 2016. Clinton had a big night in the South, with wins in Georgia, Virginia, Texas, Alabama, Arkansas and Tennessee.

Residents locked in to Flint water

Faint warning signs in Kalamazoo killings 

Happening in sports:

Jim Harbaugh

Farmington Schools on the chopping block

The lighter side 

Ground personnel help International Space Station (ISS) crew member Scott Kelly of the U.S. to get off the Soyuz TMA-18M space capsule after landing near the town of Dzhezkazgan, Kazakhstan, March 2, 2016.

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