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Detroit Free Press
160 W Fort St
Detroit, MI 48226 Directions
Kelly Stafford, wife of Matthew Stafford, was diagnosed with an acoustic neuroma after complaining of dizziness earlier in 2019
Officials say Macomb County is one of only two counties in Michigan without a dedicated source of funding for 911 services.
Tigers Miguel Cabrera ordered to give same perks to his 2 kids with mistress as those he provides his 3 children with his wife.
Elements of the case are consistent with a Free Press investigation that found women prison employees in Michigan face widespread sexual discrimination
Spoiler alert The second episode of Thrones Season 8 wasnt as bombastic or violent as many others, but it might just be one of the greatest of all time.
The Detroit News
160 W Fort St
Detroit, MI 48226 Directions
Proponents in state House and Senate say it would benefit developers and homeowners.
Officials OK with getting backfill from site owned by man in Kilpatrick-era case
State hopes to spur new research on chronic wasting disease, which could ravage MIchigans herd and possibly people
Issues of school funding, operating millage renewals and a marijuana initiative will be decided next month by voters in four Oakland Co. communities.
Northern Mich. village of Kalkaska marketing 10 acres for use in burgeoning marijuana industry.
550 W Lafayette Blvd
Detroit, MI 48226 Directions
Two people were shot Sunday night near Birwood Avenue and Norfolk Street on Detroits west side.Both victims were rushed to a hospital. Their conditions are not known at this time.Police are investigating.No other information is available at this time.
A person who was a passenger on a motorcycle was killed in a crash early Monday morning near Peter Hunt Street and Gratiot Avenue in Detroit.Police said the motorcycle was struck by a minivan. The driver of the motorcycle fled on foot after the crash.The cause of the crash is under investigation.
An increasing number of headlines indicate people are discovering they are being watched or spied on and had no idea until its too late.Now, some apps are able to essentially detect signals from spy devices, giving you a better chance to protect your privacy.The app called Hidden Camera Detector claims it locates potential targets that could be a spy camera, these include pinhole and other small lens cameras.The app uses your iphone camera and flash to scan a specific area to identify potential spy cameras.It even allows you to save images with GPS information.The app is $4.99 in iOS.The app called Dontspy uses your smartphones magnetometer, which is built in for its compass function.When used with the app, the magnetometer supposedly picks up the electromagnetic field put out by devices like microphones, many types of cameras, and other types of so-called bugs.The app is $1.99 for iOS.Android users have the app Detectify. Its another app that uses your smartphones built-in magnetometer to find potential spy bugs. The interface is simple, and easy-to-use.You just scan an area with your smartphone.Detectify also says it can detect infrared spy cams.The app is free for android.
Its stopping traffic. We were coming back from our bike ride and we wondered what all the people were stopping for, said Sheila Lloyd. Its leaving people in awe, First time, I ever seen one, and what a wonderful sight. Its just beautiful, said Lloyd. Its something, no one has seen before, especially up close and personal, To be so close, its just really wonderful to see that, said Lloyd. Were talking about the one of a kind Albino Deer. Its tucked deep into the Kensington Metro Park. Russell Rheaume was one of the first ones to capture the rare, all white deer.I snapped a whole bunch of pictures and I got everybody but him, except on one, Rheaume said. I was so lucky to get him.To see an Albino deer, its such a rare occurrence, its just pretty awesome, said Lloyd. The numbers vary when it comes to just how rare it is to see an Albino Deer, but according to Pure Michigan, your chances of seeing one in the wild are about 1 in 30,000. According to the Michigan Department of Natural Resources, it was illegal to hunt the Albino Deer, but that law changed in 2008, thats because hunters claim it is difficult to determine if a deer is all white, Albino or Pie Bald from a distance.
Monday will be the 49th Earth Day, an event celebrated in 193 countries worldwide, currently coordinated by the Earth Day Network.Earth Days origins start with Wisconsin Sen. Gaylord Nelson, who was inspired to organize the event after the Jan. 28, 1969 Santa Barbara oil spill. More than three million gallons of oil spilled into the Santa Barbara Channel in the Pacific Ocean, killing more than 10,000 animals. Nelson enlisted Stanford University graduate Denis Hayes to assist in coordinating and organizing the event.The first Earth Day was held April 22, 1970. The New York Times estimated the gather in in New York City had crowds of 20,000 people and more than 100,000 over the course of the day. Since New York City was home of most television networks and several large publications, coverage of Earth Day was spread nationally.Across the country, approximately 2,000 colleges and universities and approximately 10,000 schools participated in the first Earth Day, according to the Environmental Protection Agency. The first Earth Day was said to bring 20 million Americans together, pressuring the United States to prioritize environmental issues. My primary objective in planning Earth Day was to show the political leadership of the nation that there was broad and deep support for the environmental movement, Nelson said in 1980. While I was confident that a nationwide peaceful demonstration of concern would be impressive, I was not quite prepared for the overwhelming response that occurred on that day.The first Earth Days success didnt take President Richard Nixon by surprise, having representatives around the country at events. On July 9, 1970, Nixon proposed consolidating the environmental responsibilities of the U.S. government into one agency, the EPA.In the nearly 50 years since its inception, Earth Day continues to influence the environment on both local and international scales.In 1995, Nelson was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom in recognition of his environmental work. He passed away in 2005 at the age of 89.
26905 W 11 Mile Rd
Southfield, MI 48033 Directions
Michigan lawmakers are intervening in a long-running legal dispute over unlicensed medical marijuana shops, pushing to enact a firm deadline by which the businesses must close or risk their ability to get a license.
Michigan is launching a pilot program to aid farmers and processors interested in growing industrial hemp during the 2019 planting season.
Visitors to Michigans Warren Dunes State Park may see intermittent closures through the spring and summer as two renovation projects get underway at the area along the eastern shore of Lake Michigan.
The RBC Heritage comes to you live from Harbour Town Golf Links in Hilton Head Island, South Carolina.
A court says a Detroit-area man must pay his former wife $50,000 under the terms of their Islamic marriage certificate.
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