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If you can't get to path of totality in one of the 14 U.S. states that will see the 2017 total solar eclipse on Aug. 21, there's no need to despair. Michiganders should still be able to view the sun e
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An Oakland County foot and ankle surgeon Dr. Anthony Weinert gave free shoes and socks to homeless veterans at Detroit's Emmanuel House Friday.             
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