TCTI: Too Crazy To Ignore
Dave Ross

Standing by with the heroin antidote

The death of actor Philip Seymour Hoffman from an overdose of heroin and prescription is a reminder that a drug we used to think of as "old school," is back.

If you were going to get Alzheimer's disease, would you want to know?

There's a breakthrough in the effort to figure out Alzheimer's disease.

The new Republican frontrunner

Is 32 months too far away to start talking about the 2016 presidential race? Too bad, because the new Republican frontrunner said some surprising things over the weekend.

PSAs and police are taking on pot in Colorado

Recreational pot may be legal now in Colorado, but the law also stays it has to be policed just like alcohol, which means special training for cops and new ads.

DUI technology in development could keep future drunk drivers off the road

It's a perennial problem. How do you keep drunks off the road? We've tried all sorts of things: We arrest them when we see them, we call 911, and there are ignition interlock devices for those who have already offended.

City Attorney for Grand Rapids on being 'willfully annoying'

- It's soon expected to be OK to be willfully annoying in Grand Rapids

Terry Nealey votes to keep a group of tax preferences, here's why

Rep. Terry Nealey is the top Republican on the State House Finance committee.

The SAT has a problem

Do you know your SAT score? I do. Even though it's been about 45 years since I took it. That's how important the SAT has been.

PPlanters: A solution for public urination, in private

One company has come up with an imaginative solution to create on-street relief stations that don't look like relief stations. The PPlanter actually looks more like a penalty box, with bamboo growing outside it.

Has Vladimir Putin stepped in it this time?

It is fashionable for U.S. politicians to flatter Vladimir Putin. But according to one global analyst the clever, invincible Vladimir Putin has stepped in it this time.

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